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Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs


Current Issues and recent news

For up-to-date information about ecumenical and interreligious issues, read our SEIA blog and check back often!

In June, Catholic and Sikh representatives met to discuss the Urgency of Compassion in their respective traditions. The results of that meeting can be read here.

 The North American Orthodox/Catholic Theological Consultation recently issued a statement: On the Occasion of the Eighty-fifth Anniversary of the Promulgation of the decree Cum data fuerit. Read the full statement.

After their annual meeting in February, Christian Churches Together (CCT) authored a  denouncing of mass incarceration press release. Archbishop Wenski recently asked the Senate to support the Smarter Sentencing Act. See the report on Smarter Sentencing.

Coming up

September 28-30 will be the Semi-Annual meeting of the Reformed-Catholic Dialogue. 



"On the Path Toward Christian Unity" a 14- Part Ecumenical Video Series and Study Guide for beginner and seasoned ecumenical experts alike. 


50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "Letter from Birmingham Jail"

Christian Churches Together has released a response to Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "Letter from Birmingham Jail," on the 50th anniversary of its writing. This  important letter and CCT's response address the problem of racism within our society and communities.  View our full package consisting of an

Introduction Letter, a Study  Guide for  Catholics and the CCT Study Guide.

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Fr. John Crossin, OSFS,
Executive Director,
Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs

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