Dialogue Document

Agreed Report on the Local/Universal Church

Year Published
  • 1999
  • English

The Anglican Communion and the Roman Catholic Church have been in high-level, official dialogue with each other for more than thirty years. Again and again during that time we have discovered that we already share a "real though as yet imperfect communion" (CC 2) rooted in a common faith and shared inheritance (MR, 3 and 4), and that we are often involved together in the life of service and mission to which the Gospel calls us. Again and again, we have discovered convergences in thought and practice, and have found ways in which our differences are complementary, to the benefit of each of our churches and the increase of Christian unity.

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