The Rev. Canon Michael Barlowe, Secretary of the General Convention, announced that The Episcopal Church has been invited to send delegates to the 2021 Assembly of the World Council of Churches, scheduled for September 8 – 16, 2021 in Karlsruhe, Germany.
The theme for the 2021 Assembly is: “Christ’s love moves the world to reconciliation and unity.”
A Polish Catholic congregation which has been functioning independently since breaking with the St Louis Archdiocese in 2005 is mulling a new relationship with the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri.
Anglican Communion will mark anniversary of the Protestant Reformation with a service of reconciliation led by the Archbishop of Canterbury at Westminster Cathedral.
Meeting in Erfurt, Germany, the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission reached a conclusion of the first part of their work on finding agreement on ecclesiology, or the structure of the church
The Rev. David Simmons discusses the proposed full communion agreement between the Episcopal Church and the United Methodist Church with that well known cradle Episcopalian, Willy Wonka.
Remembering the meeting fifty years ago between Abp Michael Ramsey and Pope Paul VI, the two church leaders plead for closer cooperation and common cause in the name of Christ
In an ecumenical cricket fundraiser, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s team earns a solid victory over the Vatican
One year before the 500th Anniversary of Luther’s posting his 95 theses, the ELCA approves the “Declaration on the Way,” a unique ecumenical document that marks a path toward greater unity between Catholics and Lutherans
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