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Reflections on “What Are the Churches Saying About the Church” share fruits of WCC Commission on Faith and Order

Below, Rev. Dr Susan Durber, moderator of the World Council of Churches (WCC) Commission on Faith and Order and His Eminence Bishop Maxim, from the Serbian Orthodox Church and a WCC Faith and Order commissioner, reflect on the publication What Are the Churches Saying About the Church?”

The publication, which presents key findings and proposals from responses to The Church: Towards a Common Vision,” is among the many fruits being harvested by the study groups of the WCC Faith and Order Commission for the WCC 11th Assembly.

Consulta interortodoxa previa a la 11a Asamblea del CMI: “el llamado a la unidad, la reconciliación, la justicia y la paz sigue siendo hoy nuestra misión”

Una consulta interortodoxa previa a la Asamblea celebrada la semana pasada afirmó la importancia primordial del amor y reiteró “el llamado a la unidad, la reconciliación, la justicia y la paz”, según se puede leer en el comunicado publicado conjuntamente por los cincuenta participantes, entre los que figuraban delegados de veinte iglesias ortodoxas calcedonias y ortodoxas orientales.

WCC fellowship prays for living together in peace

On the International Day of Living Together in Peace declared by the United Nations, members of the World Council of Churches (WCC) fellowship from countries troubled by war and conflict gathered to pray for sustainable peace in the world.

El número reciente de la revista internacional de misión (International Review of Mission) se centra una vez más en “El amor de Cristo: misión y unidad”

Con los ojos puestos en la Asamblea de 2022 del Consejo Mundial de Iglesias (CMI) que se reunirá en torno al tema “El amor de Cristo lleva al mundo a la reconciliación y la unidad”, el primer número de este año de la International Review of Mission se centra en el tema “El amor de Cristo: misión y unidad”.

WCC expresses grave concern over COVID-19 outbreak in Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

World Council of Churches (WCC) acting general secretary Rev. Prof. Dr Ioan Sauca expressed grave concern about a major humanitarian crisis following the emergence of COVID-19 in the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (DPRK). Authorities have acknowledged the deaths of at least 50 people and that 1.2 million suspected cases – or almost 5% of the entire population – are being monitored.

WCC appalled by murder of Deborah Yakubu in Sokoto, Nigeria

World Council of Churches (WCC) acting general secretary Rev. Prof. Dr Ioan Sauca expressed the revulsion of the global fellowship of churches at the murder of Deborah Yakubu, a second-year college student beaten to death and burnt by a group of her fellow students in Sokoto, northern Nigeria.