ecumenical movement

NOUN
  1. a movement aimed to promote understanding and cooperation among Christian churches; aimed ultimately at universal Christian unity
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  • In 1996 he was appointed OBE for services to the ecumenical movement. Times, Sunday Times
  • So began the ecumenical movement. Times, Sunday Times
  • The ecumenical movement is the formal endeavor by Christians to achieve unity in the face of denominational differences.
  • So began the ecumenical movement. Times, Sunday Times
  • In 1996 he was appointed OBE for services to the ecumenical movement. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's as if the Catholic Church created a very clever way to get everyone back into the fold, where their prior ecumenical movements failed (I think I'll write a conspiracy short story wherein the Protestants get "singularized" by Marianism or Marianology or whatever it is really called). mary in the margins
  • the ecumenical movement
  • The site will not only highlight news about local churches but also about the ecumenical movement and the important social justice causes our denomination is involved with. United Church News Blog
  • A sense of shared generic or “Judeo-Christian,” a term invented in this period values began to emerge, and in institutional terms the ecumenical movement gathered steam. American Grace
  • This encounter with what was then an optimistic ecumenical movement led him to be ordained as an Anglican. Times, Sunday Times
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