Website On Religion - Topic: Christianity -- Ecumenism - 16 results
This site offers the text of the Declaration and related materials
A Vatican II statement from 1964.
"Interchurch families (where the partners belong to different denominations - often a Roman Catholic and a Christian of another communion) are increasingly found all over the world. We lend support to each other, share information, and discuss how to live the often painful and confusing situations arising out of the divisions in the churches."
"Bossey's mission is the training of new ecumenical leaders, both clergy and lay, for service in parishes, classrooms and ecumenical centres around the world. Bossey shapes ecumenical thought through intercultural and interconfessional encounter and study in residential programmes which are nourished by ecumenical spirituality and a worship life which draws on the diversity of Christian liturgical traditions."
"Bridgefolk is a movement of sacramentally-minded Mennonites and peace-minded Roman Catholics who come together to celebrate each other's traditions, explore each other's practices, and honor each other's contribution to the mission of Christ's Church. Together we seek better ways to embody a commitment to both traditions. We seek to make Anabaptist-Mennonite practices of discipleship, peaceableness, and lay participation more accessible to Roman Catholics, and to bring the spiritual, liturgical, and sacramental practices of the Catholic tradition to Anabaptists."