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Benedetto XVI: we must be committed to ecumenism

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We must work actively for the unity of Christians and follow the call of St. Paul towards unity among all the followers of Christ. Benedict XVI declared this during today's General Audience catechesis, dedicated to the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. The Holy Father noted the importance of theological and ecumenical dialogue, and underlined that it must be constantly deepened.The Pope spoke of the concrete progress made so far and noted that the spirit of ecumenism pervades the Church In the context of the Pauline Year, which commemorates the two thousandth anniversary of the birth of Saint Paul, we cannot say enough in regards to what the Apostle has left us in his writing on the unity of the ...


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