- Jan 25, 2020
A remarkable joint retreat this week hosted by the pope and the Archbishop of Canterbury proves that relations between the two churches are alive and well.
Over 50 Anglican and Catholic bishops gathered in Leicester to examine opportunities of closer collaboration at a regional and national level. The biennial conference of the Catholic bishops of England and Wales and the Church of England took place Jan. 16-17.
The Anglican Church’s representative to the Holy See has resigned following an allegation of sexual misconduct.
Members of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission expressed excitement about a fresh approach to ecumenism outlined in a statement that has taken seven years to produce.
The Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission published its first document in 13 years on how both institutions can learn from each other in the exercise of ecclesial authority locally, regionally and globally.
A new document driven by a fresh approach taken by the official Anglican-Roman Catholic dialogue commission reflects a major development in ecumenism where difference is not cause for suspicion or reproach, but is used as an enriching opportunity for mutual listening, learning and conversion.