An Anglican priest and focolarino explains how the Focolare’s spirituality of unity can help ecumenical dialogue.
The final proceedings from a commission of Orthodox and Catholics give reason for hope, said Cardinal Walter Kasper, president of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity.
Bishops, friends of the Focolare Movement, from 18 different Christian churches and 19 countries, came together in Prague last September for their annual meeting.
On the passing of YMCA vice-president, Helmut Nicklas, Chiara Lubich shares her experience of working with Helmut, calling his a decisive role in brining together evangelical communities in and for Europe.
This year Reverend Diane Kessler winds up her 32-year tenure as executive director of the Massachusetts Council of Churches. Despite her crowded schedule, she answered our questions.
Close to 250 movements gather for Together for Europe, an ecumenical event in Stuttgart, Germany.
Next month’s Together for Europe 2007 is the second edition of a huge ecumenical event in Germany that will be followed around the world. This time, Orthodox Christians are enjoying a more active role.
A Canadian ecumenist, directly involved in Mennonite-Catholic dialogue, shares his views
Comments by Bishop Richard Sklba, auxiliary bishop of Milwaukee, who attended the World Council of Churches’ Assembly
Among the guests of other faiths, Anant Rambachan, a Hindu scholar from Trinidad and professor of religion, philosophy and Asian studies at St. Olaf College, Minnesota, addressed the World Council of Churches Assembly.