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Showcasing progress in Anglican-Catholic relations

Posted on: November 28, 2013 3:07 PM
Archbishop Welby and Pope Francis meeting back in June 2013
Photo Credit: PA
Related Categories: Ecumenical, IARCCUM, Roman Catholic

From Vatican Radio 

(Vatican Radio) Putting into practical action the recent progress made in ecumenical relations: that’s the aim of an international commission of Anglican and Catholic bishops, whose leaders held an annual meeting here in Rome this week.

Set up in 2001 to promote closer co-operation between bishops of the two denominations, the International Anglian-Roman Catholic Commission for Unity and Mission, or IARCCUM, is currently led by Canadian Catholic Bishop Don Bolen and Anglican bishop David Hamid.

Among the projects they’ve been developing is a new website and a way of showcasing practical actions by bishops working together in many different parts of the world. Philippa Hitchen sat down with them both to try and find out more about what's been going on behind the scenes since last year's meeting.

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