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Ecumenical commitment and Christian education.

Ecumenical commitment and Christian education.

A report to: the WCC Commission on Faith and Order, the World Council of Christian Education [and] the WCC Youth Department.

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Published by WCC, WCCE in Geneva .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian education.,
  • Ecumenical movement.

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    Cover title.

    ContributionsWorld Council of Churches. Commission on Faith and Order., World Council of Christian Education and Sunday School Association., World Council of Churches. Youth Dept.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV1471.2 .E27
    The Physical Object
    Pagination40 p.
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4365199M
    LC Control Number78432036

    The ecumenical movement is a process through which many of the Christian churches are seeking to overcome past divisions and to be visibly united in common faith, worship, and service. Throughout the twentieth century, the many expressions of the ecumenical movement have affected all aspects of church life, its worship, theology, mission, and. The Secretariat for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs offers the following reflection on the ecumenical commitment of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI with gratitude. By Fr. Ronald Roberson, CSP Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger was elected Pope by the College of Cardinals and took the name Benedict XVI on Ap

    Our Commitment to Our Mission; ), and it also dealt with the book of Christian education for the mentioned class in terms of content, plans, methods, and writing the exams questions of all kinds. It has had a very positive impact on preparing teachers and students to take the first experience of its kind in the history of our Christian. An ecumenical vision of communicating the Christian message to people without previous connections to the Christian Church may lead to new models. New Christians will become part of the whole Church but there may be a cultural gap to be bridged between them and those of the historic Churches.

    John Paul College is a Christian ecumenical college. This means, firstly that Christ and the Christian message is at the centre of the teachings, values and principles we espouse and, secondly, that we promote Christian Unity – that is, a united witness to the Good News of Jesus. Qualifications of each of the co-directors include familiarity with diverse Christian clergy and congregations and a commitment to the spiritual renewal of both. Successful candidates have backgrounds in spiritual renewal and contemplative or Benedictine spirituality and they are dedicated to their own personal spiritual practice.


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