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Deacons Presiding at the Altar?

“Grant that all those who do confess thy holy Name may agree in the truth of thy holy Word, and live in unity and...

A Step Toward Full Communion with the United Methodist Church

The Methodists have approved the deal, but there's more to do on the Episcopal side.

Rome & Canterbury

This January I participated in a unique pilgrimage and summit, “Growing Together,” sponsored by the International Anglican-Roman Catholic Commission for Unity and Mission (IARCCUM)....

Working on Anglican-Orthodox Unity in the Shadow of War

We thought it would be an auspicious time to visit the Holy Land. On October 3rd, my wife, Shannon, and I traveled to Jerusalem...

Unity’s Fire

This past summer, I joined my 14-year-old son, Isaac, in a hot, dusty field outside Georgetown, Texas. He was competing at part of the...

Receptive Ecumenism as Kenosis?

By Neil Dhingra If Christians are called to unity (John 17:21), presumably churches should be able to learn from one another. Can churches learn from...

An Old Proposal For a New Way Forward

An Ecumenical Priesthood The Spirit of God and the Structure of the Church By Karl Rahner Translated with a critical introduction by Jakob Karl Rinderknecht Fortress, pp. 100,...

Building Upon the One Foundation

Jesus and the Church The Foundation of the Church in the New Testament and Modern Theology By Paul Avis T&T Clark. pp. 235 + xiv, $40.95 Reconciling Theology By...

A Tale of Two Ecclesiologies

By John Bauerschmidt The connection between ecumenism and ecclesiology is fairly straightforward: when we consider the question of the unity of the Church, we are...

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