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Marriages Between Anglicans and Roman Catholics
ARCCM-25B

BMU/EngARC(74)3
ISBN: 0715155156, 9780715155158
5pp.

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Author(s): English ARC
Dated: 1974
Event: ARCCM: Ecclesiological positions and pastoral disciplines, Dublin, 1-5 April 1974

Protocol number: ARCCM-25B
Fonds/Collections: ARCCM (Study papers); English ARC (Agreed Statements)
Lambeth Library: CFR/6/3/7/186A/25B

To cite this document:
English ARC. "Marriages Between Anglicans and Roman Catholics", ARCCM-25B (1974). Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue, accessed 16 Oct. 2021. https://iarccum.org/doc/?d=1285.
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Excerpt:

Anglicans and Roman Catholics agree very largely on the nature and purposes of christian marriage. The following short statement does not attempt to express this fundamental agreement in belief. Nor does it consider various aspects of married life between an Anglican and a Roman Catholic. It aims simply to provide guidelines for those about to be married, particularly in areas where Roman Catholic thinking and discipline cause difficulties and misunderstandings.