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Topic: Ecumenism

Vote for women bishops does not create ‘new reality’ for ecumenism, says Vatican official

Father Anthony Currer says it is significant that change has been implemented by the Church of England

Christian unity will grow step by step, says Pope Francis

The Pope says unity will come through ‘walking together’, not as a miracle

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Pope says Christians must work together to challenge secularism

Pope Francis calls for focus on essentials of Christianity during audience with Lutherans

Cheerful news for a Friday: Catholic-Anglican relations are actually in good shape

ARCIC may have failed, but on the great moral issues of the day Catholics and Anglicans are on the same side

Archbishop of Canterbury meets Pope Francis for the first time

Pope Francis says Catholics and Anglicans must work together to defend marriage

Archbishop Longley reminds us of our commitment to ecumenism. But ecumenism today has to be very different from that of the post-Conciliar years

And John Henry Newman, contrary to the supposition of many, was hardly an ecumenist as we understand the word

Dr Rowan Williams: joint prayer and contemplation are key to evangelising the world

Dr Williams tells Pope and synod that evangelisation is ‘overflow’ of disciple’s journey to Christ

Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor: ‘I thought of being called Benedict if elected pope’

Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor tells Luke Coppen about his hopes for unity and the joy of choosing a pope

Cardinal: disestablishment would benefit the Church of England

Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor celebrates his 80th birthday today