Learning as Transformation: The Joy and Challenge of Receptive Ecumenism

Walking Together on the Way, the recent document from the Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC), used Receptive Ecumenism as a means for one church to learn from another. ARCIC is one instance where this exciting form of ecumenism has brought Christians closer together and offered them the possibility of walking more closely with Christ as they learn how to follow him in company with one another. This study afternoon will look at Receptive Ecumenism, evaluate its spiritual and ecclesial challenge, and have a special focus upon Walking Together on the Way.

Receptive Ecumenism

Date: Wednesday May 1st 2019   Time:   2.00pm – 4.00pm    

Speakers: The Revd Dr Callan Slipper (National Ecumenical Officer, Council for Christian Unity)

Canon John O’Toole (National Ecumenical Officer, Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales)

Suggested Donation: £10