Tag Archives: WCC

“That They May Be One”

Thinking Ecumenically for the 21st Century Week 1 Ecumenical Poetry, Prose, and Practice: An Opening Editorial, Rev. Dr. Chris Iosso Reconciled Diversity: An Ecumenical Vision for the 21st Century, Rev. Dr. Clifton Kirkpatrick Ecumenical Chaos and the Christian Ecosystem, Rev. … Continue reading

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What Mainline Churches Can Learn from Global Ecumenical Christianity

Putting the ‘Movement’ Back in Ecumenical Movement “God of life, lead us to justice and peace.” In 2012 the World Council of Churches (WCC) met in Greece, and the following year their assembly was held in Busan, South Korea. The … Continue reading

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Ecumenical Pilgrims

Come Join the Journey Toward New Moral and Global Horizons As a New Yorker with no car, I walk a lot. I find myself evaluating a new pair of shoes based on the mileage I imagine clocking in them, and … Continue reading

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Mainline Ecumenism: It’s Older Than You Think

Words both denote and connote, which is to say that they both mean something and suggest a constellation of associated ideas, images, and feelings. Ecumenism means, simply, cooperation among Christian churches. The word connotes, however, a certain kind of cooperation … Continue reading

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