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Deadline Approaches for Christian Unity in Rome

In January 2025, The Living Church will partner with Nashotah House and the Anglican Communion Office to lead a course in Rome: “Christian Unity in Rome: Anglican Ecclessiology and Ecumenism.”

Registration closes June 30.

With the Eternal City as the backdrop, this course will focus on the history and development of Anglican ecclesiology as an ecumenical enterprise, and will primarily take place at the Anglican Centre in Rome and the Centro Pro Unione. Participants will share in the Daily Office and Mass and engage in events around Rome in observance of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, as well as the following:

  • Worship at St. Paul’s within the Walls, an Episcopal parish in Rome
  • Tour the Colosseum, the Sistine Chapel, the Vatican Museums, and St. Peter’s Basilica with a world-renowned art historian
  • Worship with the ecumenical community of Sant’Egidio
  • Tour the Scavi, the burial site of St. Peter underneath the famed basilica that stands at the heart of the Vatican
  • Visit the excavations under Santa Maria in Via Lata, where St. Paul was held under house arrest
  • Optional day trip to Assisi

Plans for additional events are underway.

There are two ways to engage in this course. You can participate as a student for credit, or as a pilgrim. Pilgrims are not required to complete coursework, and they are primarily observers during class discussions. Students are required to complete coursework, including a final paper, for academic credit. You do not have to be enrolled in a degree program at Nashotah House to attend as a student.

Find more information and register here.

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