World Council of Churches

  1. an ecumenical organization of Protestant and eastern churches; intended to promote unity and cooperation in religious and secular matters
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  • And both churchmen agreed that proposed reforms are likely to stop short of demands by some Orthodox churches for a complete restructuring of the World Council of Churches.
  • Truman next tried, unsuccessfully, to mobilize the Protestant leaders of the World Council of Churches in a ‘religious anti-communist front’ against the Soviet Union.
  • Today, the World Council of Churches also represents Eastern Orthodox Churches.
  • Those august bodies showered thanks on the Vatican and the World Council of Churches for their invaluable support to the cause.
  • They were also sceptical about the World Council of Churches, then at its zenith of influence, and they began to preach God's free grace from their pulpits.
  • In 1997, the World Council of Churches met in Aleppo, Syria, and proposed scientifically updating both calendars. Catholics, Orthodox Agree: Pope Remains a Sticking Point
  • Second, the patriarchate would have to sever its affiliations with international ecumenical organizations, particularly with the World Council of Churches.
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