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Document 2011 Worship and background material
Annual brochure for the Week of prayer for Christian unity jointly prepared and published by the Pontifical Council for Christian Unity and the Commission on Faith and Order of the World Council of Churches.
Located in Resources / / Faith and Order Commission / XI. Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
Document Report on the 2nd meeting of the Continuation Committee
Located in Resources / / WCC commissions and working groups / Continuation Committee on Ecumenism in the 21st Century
Document Ditchingham report (Faith and Order)
Located in Resources / / Special Commission on participation of Orthodox churches / Sub-committee II: Style & ethos of our life together
Document Called to Dialogue
Inter-religious and Intra-Christian Dialogue in Ecumenical Conversation - A Practical Guide.
Located in Resources / / WCC programmes / Interreligious dialogue and cooperation
Document New Delhi Statement on Unity
This is the report of the Section on Unity at the WCC 3rd Assembly. Particularly in paragraph 2 -- probably the greatest run-on sentence in ecumenical history -- we have one of the seminal and enduring statements on the nature of "organic unity".
Located in Resources / / WCC Assembly / New Delhi, 1961
Document The Nature and Purpose of the Church
Response of the member churches to The Nature and Purpose of the Church (Faith and Order Paper No. 181)
Located in Resources / / WCC Central Committee / Geneva, 2002
Document Report of the Unit IV Committee to Central Committee
The Unit IV Committee recognizes that diakonia, martyria and koinonia are essential elements of the central mission of the church. Koinonia without diakonia is dead. Sharing and service as practical actions are at the heart of our fellowship and are a source of our unity.
Located in Resources / / WCC Central Committee / Geneva, 1996