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The following photos have been collected in the archive. Please send us additional photos from dialogue meetings and other Anglican-Roman Catholic activities. Contact us at editor@iarccum.org.

Pope Francis attends an ecumenical prayer service at the World Council of Churches' ecumenical center in Geneva in 2018. Responding in October to a WCC document on the nature and mission of the church, the Vatican said that while Catholics cannot share the Eucharist with other Christians, they can and should pray and work together. Photo: Paul Haring/CNS
Pope Francis attends an ecumenical prayer service at the World Council of Churches' ecumenical center in Geneva in 2018. Responding in October to a WCC document on the nature and mission of the church, the Vatican said that while Catholics cannot share the Eucharist with other Christians, they can and should pray and work together. Photo: Paul Haring/CNS. Photo credit: Photo: Paul Haring/CNS ~ 2018
Photo size: 800 x 521
Names: Francis

News stories:
Vatican notes growing ecumenical consensus on what 'church' means ~ 25 Oct. 2019
The Anglican and Roman Catholic Archbishops of Uganda, Stanley Ntagali and Cyprian Kizito Lwanga, with bishops from the two churches at the Ugandan Martyrs Shrines in Namugongo
The Anglican and Roman Catholic Archbishops of Uganda, Stanley Ntagali and Cyprian Kizito Lwanga, with bishops from the two churches at the Ugandan Martyrs Shrines in Namugongo. Photo credit: Bishop Henry Katumba/Diocese of West Buganda ~ May 2018
Photo size: 460 x 307

News stories:
Ugandan ecumenical service to honour its martyrs ~ 1 June 2018
Mathilde Nkwirikiye (right) chats with the grandmother of one of the recipients of a St Timothy Scholarship
Mathilde Nkwirikiye (right) chats with the grandmother of one of the recipients of a St Timothy Scholarship. Photo credit: Cristiano Barbarossa ~ May 2018
Photo size: 460 x 307

News stories:
Joint Anglican-Roman Catholic delegation celebrates Malawi ecumenical scholarship ~ 31 May 2018
Fr. Keith Pecklers, SJ, Bishop Montfort Stima, Archbishop David Moxon, and Bishop Brighton Vitta Malasa
Fr. Keith Pecklers, SJ, Bishop Montfort Stima, Archbishop David Moxon, and Bishop Brighton Vitta Malasa. Photo credit: Kenneth White ~ May 2018
Photo size: 460 x 307
Names: David Moxon

News stories:
Joint Anglican-Roman Catholic delegation celebrates Malawi ecumenical scholarship ~ 31 May 2018
Four of the recipients of the St Timothy Scholarship Programme in Malawi
Four of the recipients of the St Timothy Scholarship Programme in Malawi ~ May 2018
Photo size: 460 x 307

News stories:
Joint Anglican-Roman Catholic delegation celebrates Malawi ecumenical scholarship ~ 31 May 2018
School students perform a play telling the story of the Ugandan Martyrs in Munyonyo earlier this month as part of commemorations leading up to Sunday's anniversary
School students perform a play telling the story of the Ugandan Martyrs in Munyonyo earlier this month as part of commemorations leading up to Sunday's anniversary. Photo credit: Diocese of Namirembe ~ May 2018
Photo size: 460 x 307

News stories:
Ugandan ecumenical service to honour its martyrs ~ 1 June 2018
Archbishop Justin Welby addresses the General Assembly of the Conference of European Churches in Novi Sad, Serbia
Archbishop Justin Welby addresses the General Assembly of the Conference of European Churches in Novi Sad, Serbia. Photo credit: Albin Hillert/CEC ~ 2 June 2018
Photo size: 460 x 307
Names: Justin Welby

News stories:
Archbishop of Canterbury says a reconciled Church can dispel the “fear of the ‘other’” ~ 6 June 2018
The choir of Hereford Cathedral was invited to join the choir of the Sistine Chapel on the steps of St Peter's, Rome, to sing for the two-hour St Peter's mass on 29 June 2018. The Dean of Hereford Cathedral, the Very Revd Michael Tavinor said: 'We felt today that we were playing our small part for the cause of Christian unity. Those choirboys will be telling their grandchildren about the day they came to Rome and sang for the Pope. It will always be with them'
The choir of Hereford Cathedral was invited to join the choir of the Sistine Chapel on the steps of St Peter's, Rome, to sing for the two-hour St Peter's mass on 29 June 2018. The Dean of Hereford Cathedral, the Very Revd Michael Tavinor said: 'We felt today that we were playing our small part for the cause of Christian unity. Those choirboys will be telling their grandchildren about the day they came to Rome and sang for the Pope. It will always be with them'. Photo credit: Hereford Cathedral ~ 29 June 2018
Photo size: 818 x 500
Names: Justin Welby

News stories:
ARCIC III: Anglicans and Roman Catholics can learn much from each other, says new agreed statement ~ 4 July 2018
Fr Kevin Smith (Priest Administrator of the Anglican Shrine) and Mgr John Armitage (Rector of the Roman Catholic Shrine) at the signing of an ecumenical covenant for the Anglican and Catholic shrines to Our Lady of Walsingham
Fr Kevin Smith (Priest Administrator of the Anglican Shrine) and Mgr John Armitage (Rector of the Roman Catholic Shrine) at the signing of an ecumenical covenant for the Anglican and Catholic shrines to Our Lady of Walsingham ~ 24 Sept. 2018
Photo size: 620 x 500

News stories:
Ecumenical covenant for the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham ~ 25 Sept. 2018