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Peter Kreeft writes that Catholics can discover a ‘personal relationship with Jesus Christ’ from engaging in dialogue with Protestants

Frank, uncompromising and at times brutally honest, the debate shows an alternative way forward for ecumenical dialogue

Pope says Anglicans and Catholics must be ‘always more liberated from our respective prejudices from the past’

When my host invited me to help teach the next class, I didn’t realise what I was getting myself into

The Pope told a delegation of Lutherans that this was a matter of ‘sincere contrition’ for Christians today

The author says theological differences make ecumenical dialogue hard – but not hopeless

Liturgy and ecumenism go hand in hand, as Vatican II’s documents demonstrate

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Female ordination and sexuality are surface issues. The root of the problem lies in different views on Scripture and tradition

Archbishop Justin Welby was speaking during a discussion on ecumenism in Assisi