Anglican-Catholic theological talks resumed
Catholic World News - May 30, 2011
A new round of talks between Catholic and Anglican theologians concluded its first session in Italy last week.
The first session of the new Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission, dubbed ARCIC II, was chaired by Anglican Archbishop David Moxon of New Zealand with Catholic Archbishop Bernard Longley of Birmingham, England.
The 18 participating theologians, following a program set up by Pope Benedict and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams, are charged with exploring how the two faiths can understand the “commitment to the common goal of the restoration of complete communion in faith and sacramental life” in practice today.
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