The Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission, or ARCIC 3, has concluded a week long meeting hosted by the Anglican mission to seafarers in Hong Kong. At the conclusion of the May 4th to 10th meeting, the two teams of theologians and Church leaders issued a joint statement saying ARCIC has carried forward considerably its work in response to the mandate given it by the Catholic Church and Anglican Communion and has sharpened its focus in terms of the two questions of Communion and ethical decision making.
|Fr. Peter Galadza during Pascha at St. Elias Church|
Phililpp Hitchen spoke to Catholic Archbishop Bernard Longley of Birmingham and Anglican Archbishop David Moxon of New Zealand, the two co-chairs of ARCIC, who both believe the groundbreaking results of the meeting will offer help to the Churches well beyond the boundaries of the ecumenical movement...