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Commissioning of IARCCUM Bishops

Fourteen centuries ago Pope Gregory sent the servant of God, Augustine, first Archbishop of Canterbury, and his companions, from this holy place, to preach the joyful message of the Word of God. Today we send you, dear brothers, servants of God, with this same joyful message of his everlasting kingdom.

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07 OCT 2016 73 KB

2016 IARCCUM Homily Holy Father San Gregorio

The Prophet Ezekiel uses a striking image to describe God: he is a shepherd who gathers his sheep scattered “on a day of clouds and thick darkness” (Ezek 34:12). The Lord, through the prophet, seems to be telling us two things this evening. This first has to do with unity.

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07 OCT 2016 108 KB

2016 IARCCUM Homily Archbishop Welby San Gregorio

Archbishop's sermon at service at San Gregorio al Celio, Rome

Wednesday 5th October 2016

Ezekiel 34: 11-16

The Israelites in the slave labour camps outside Babylon knew about fault and responsibility. In the passage just before this they hear from Ezekiel whom to blame for their exile; it is the bad shepherds, their failed leaders. In the following passage they are told that their desperate plight is also their own fault. There are bad sheep as well as bad shepherds.

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07 OCT 2016 76 KB

Common Declaration of His Holiness Pope Francis and His Grace Justin Welby Archbishop of Canterbury

Fifty years ago our predecessors, Pope Paul VI and Archbishop Michael Ramsey met in this city hallowed by the ministry and blood of the Apostles Peter and Paul.

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07 OCT 2016 55 KB

ICAOTD Communique September 2016

In the name of the Triune God, and with the blessing and guidance of our Churches, the International Commission for Anglican-Orthodox Theological Dialogue met in Armagh, Northern Ireland from 23–29 September 2016.

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30 SEP 2016 831 KB

International Reformed-Anglican Dialogue Communiqué 8 September 2016

The International Reformed-Anglican Dialogue (IRAD) between the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) and the Anglican Communion met for its second meeting, at Clare College, Cambridge, England, 2 to 8 September 2016. The Co-Chairs are the Revd Elizabeth Welch (Reformed) and the Most Revd David Chillingworth (Anglican).

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08 SEP 2016 795 KB

AOCICC - Anglican-Old Catholic International Co-ordinating Council June 2016 - Communiqué

The Anglican-Old Catholic International Co-ordinating Council (AOCICC) met in the Carmelite Monastery in Ghent, Belgium, from 7-11 June 2016. The meeting was hosted by the Anglican Communion. This was the fourth meeting of the Council under its current mandate.

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15 JUN 2016 251 KB

Anglican-Lutheran International Coordinating Committee Adelaide, Australia ,25–31 May 2016 Communiqué

The Anglican-Lutheran International Coordinating Committee (ALICC) held its fourth meeting in Adelaide, Australia, 25 to 31 May 2016, under the leadership of Bishop Michael Pryse of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada and Bishop Tim Harris of the Anglican Church of Australia, co-chairs.

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31 MAY 2016 73 KB

Communiqué from the meeting of ARCIC III in Toronto 2016

The Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC) is the official body appointed by the Roman Catholic Church and the Anglican Communion to engage in theological dialogue in order that they may come into visible unity and full ecclesial communion. It held the sixth meeting of its current phase (ARCIC III) in an atmosphere of shared prayer and friendship at the St John's Convent, Toronto, hosted by the Anglican order of the Sisters of St John the Divine, 11-19 May 2016.

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20 MAY 2016 3.47 MB

The Buffalo Agreed Statement 2015

The International Commission for Anglican–Orthodox Theological Dialogue began its fourth phase in 2009, under the co-chairmanship of Archbishop Roger Herft and Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia. In September 2015 the Commission completed this, its first Agreed Statement, In the Image and Likeness of God: A Hope-Filled Anthropology. The product of six years of study and dialogue, the text celebrates what Anglicans and Orthodox can say together about the human person, created in ‘the Image and Likeness of God’.

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28 JAN 2016 343 KB