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News Releases Archive - 2000

Catholic Leaders Express Appreciation for Dabru Emet, a Jewish Statement on Christians and Christianity
Church as Koinonia of Salvation Is Theme of Roman Catholic-evangelical Lutheran Church in America Dialogue
Church in Each Place and in All Places Will Be Theme of United Methodist-Roman Catholic Dialogue
Commission Studying Vatican Archival Material on Holy See's Role in World War II and the Holocaust Issues Second Statement
Conciliarity and Primacy, and The Document Dominus Iesus, Discussed at Recent Roman Catholic-Polish National Catholic Dialogue
Jewish, Catholic Consultation Hails Papal Pilgrimage to Israel
Lutheran-Catholic Dialogue Takes Another Step Forward
Mid-Atlantic Dialogue of Muslims and Catholics Commits to Preparing Materials on Marriage and Family Life
Midwest Region Dialogue of Catholics And Muslims Holds Fifth Meeting
NCCB/USCC President Issues Statement on Catholics for a Free Choice
North American Orthodox-Catholic Theological Consultation Issues Statement on Value of Ecumenical Witness
Oriental Orthodox-Roman Catholic Consultation Holds Annual Meeting
Polish National Catholic-Roman Catholic Dialogue Holds Spring Meeting
Relations Between the Churches, And the Filioque, Discussed by North American Orthodox-Catholic Consultation
Special Relationship Between Roman Catholic Church, Anglican Communion, Reaffirmed at 50th Meeting Here
Statement Issued on the Catholic-Orthodox Dialogue at the Dawn of a New Millennium
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