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Tag: Ecumenism

Guess who’s coming to dinner?

The Most Revd Antje Jackelén is the first female primate of the Church of Sweden and the first female archbishop welcomed to the Vatican for an official audience with a pope.

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Oscar Romero, martyr

Canon C. K. Robertson says that Vatican recognition of Oscar Romero a holy martyr is significant for Episcopalians as well as Roman Catholics. Huffington Post: It

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Pope Francis and Nicea III

As speculation grows around the call for a third Nicean council, the Daily Beast reports on what Western and Eastern Christian reconciliation might mean in

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