ARCIC III, Walking Together on the Way: Learning to Be the Church—Local, Regional, Universal

ARCIC III is convinced that, just as a return to the sources of tradition in Scripture, liturgy, and the Patristic and Scholastic periods (ressourcement) has been renewing both Anglican and Roman Catholic theology since the middle of the last century, so critical self-examination through the prism of ecumenical dialogue and receptive learning can deepen the renewal and participation of the Church in the Trinitarian communion of God.

A pilgrimage to Canterbury and Rome, personal and ecumenical

It is my belief that as we enter more fully into relationship, in common ministry, old difficulties will be seen in a new light and be given a different and more hopeful context for resolution. My time on pilgrimage has given me a renewed vision and a new energy for the task that lies ahead.

Growing in faith, unity, and mission?

With unclear lines of authority, can Anglicans and Roman Catholics share in the mission of the Word and kingdom of God in their respective contexts?