Olivier Messiaen, a formidable figure in 20th-century modernist music, was a devout Roman Catholic.
The Rev. Tony Currer: ARCIC will look at “how far we’ll be using the tool of ‘receptive ecumenism.’”
Review by Amy Real Coultas • The practice of sharing spiritual fellowship through the exchange of letters has deep roots in Christian tradition.
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald • Callan Slipper: “Deliberately choose to love one another. That deliberate choice makes the difference.”
“Hope sprang from real ecumenical activity … and the sheer hard work and organising by local people.”
The Rt. Rev. Clarence C. Pope, second Bishop of Fort Worth, died late Jan. 8 in Baton Rouge. His death prompted sympathetic notes from the Rt. Rev. Jack L. Iker, Pope’s successor in Fort Worth, and the Diocese of Louisiana.