Tag: “What happened to ecumenism?” (Part II)

Feb 2018

After writing rather strongly about the Catholic Church as the sacrament of intimate communion with God and the unity of the human race, last week I began to write about how the modern ecumenical movement (the movement for unity among all who claim the name of Christian) fits into this view. I wrote about the changed practical policy of the Church in the wake of the Second Vatican Council, an change of policy that began to take in subjective factors (lack of blame for separations that took place centuries in the past)......

Read More