US Catholic-Reformed dialogue turns to authority, episcopacy
CWN - February 05, 2013
Following the signing of an agreement on the mutual recognition of baptism, participants in the Catholic-Reformed dialogue in the United States have begun to discuss the Church’s mission and identity.
“Topics that will be addressed include unity and diversity in the church, and the origins and current interpretations of ministry and ordination, and the nature and role of authority and the episcopacy,” the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops said in a press release.
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