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ARC Soundings

A U.S. Response to ARCIC I

ARC Soundings

A U.S. Response to ARCIC I

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Hardback

£55.00

Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780819178923
Number of Pages: 172
Published: 28/11/1990
Width: 14.4 cm
Height: 21.7 cm
This book is a general reader's abridgement of five reports by diocesan ecumenical officers from the Episcopal and Roman Catholic diocese in America. Feelings of church leaders about such topics as eucharistic sharing, ministry, authority, theology, pastoral care, ecumenics, and shared responsibility were investigated. Contributors: Ernest R. Falardeau, Robert S. Ervin, Raymond A. Barton, George A. Kilcourse, Donald W. Gross, Richard W. Townley, Jr., William D. Nix, Jr., G. Donald Ferree, Jr., Monica K. Hellwig, Louis Weil, John T. Ford, Marianne H. Micks, V. Nelle Bellamy, Frederick M. Jelly, Patrick R. Granfield and James E. Griffis. Written for the general reader, this study should be of interest to theologians. Co-published with the National Association of Diocesan Ecumenical Officers.

Ernest R. Falardeau, Robert S. Ervin

The unique contribution of these surveys is the insight that they offer into what ecumenical officers are really thinking, saying, and doing. -- Prof. J. Robert Wright, General Theological Seminary, NYC Religious Studies Review This volume summarizes, with concrete evidence, the grass-roots responses of American Episcopalians and Roman Catholics to the work of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission. It is basic reading to all who are concerned with the ecumenical movement as a local phenomenon in American religious life. -- Prof. J. Robert Wright, General Theological Seminary, NYC This volume summarizes, with concrete evidence, the grass-roots responses of American Episcopalians and Roman Catholics to the work of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission. It is basic reading to all who are concerned with the ecumenical movement as a local phenomenon in American religious life. -- Prof. J. Robert Wright, General Theological Seminary, NYC The unique contribution of these surveys is the insight that they offer into what ecumenical officers are really thinking, saying, and doing. -- Prof. J. Robert Wright, General Theological Seminary, NYC Religious Studies Review

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