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Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission III (ARCIC-III)
2011-

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iarccum.org/org/?o=36
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Sub-headings on this page

Agreed Statements
Commentaries
Communiqués & Press Releases


Members

William Adam (Member 2017-, Secretary 2018-)
Margaret Atkins (2018-)
Alyson Barnett-Cowan (Secretary 2011-2014)
Albino Barrera (2018-)
Paul Béré (2018-)
Moeawa Callaghan (2018-)
Isaias Chachine (2018-)
Robert Christian (2011-)
Kristin Colberg (2018-)
Anthony Currer (Secretary 2013-)
Adelbert Denaux (2011-2018)
Philip Freier (Member 2018-, Co-Chair 2018-)
Peter Galadza (Consultant 2011-)
John Gibaut (Secretary 2015-2018)
Jonathan Goodall (2011-2013)
Paula Gooder (2011-)
Jonathan Gough (Staff 2016-)
Christopher Hill (2011-2018)
Arthur Kennedy (2011-2018)
Mark Langham (Secretary 2011-2013)
Bernard Longley (Co-Chair 2011-)
Odair Mateus (Observer 2011-2018)
Mark McIntosh (2011-2014)
Garth Minott (2018-)
David Moxon (Co-Chair 2011-2018)
Sigrid Müller (2018-)
Paul Murray (Member 2011-2018, Consultant 2018-)
Emmanuel Nathan (2018-)
Nkosinathi Ndwandwe (2011-2016)
Linda Nicholls (2011-)
Teresa Okure (2011-2018)
Michael Poon (2011-2016)
Alexander Ross (2018-)
Nicholas Sagovsky (2011-2018)
Silvana Salvati (Staff 2015)
Peter Sedgwick (2011-)
Charles Sherlock (Consultant 2011-2018)
Janet Smith (2011-2018)
Norman Tanner (Consultant 2011-)
Vimal Tirimanna (2011-)
Neil Vigers (Staff 2011-)
Henry Wansbrough (2011-2018)
Myriam Wijlens (Observer 2018-)


Status of agreed statements

Agreed statements have been agreed by the dialogue members and submitted to the sponsoring churches for study. These texts express the careful considerations of the members of the dialogue but are not official statements of either of the churches.

The official dialogue between the Roman Catholic Church and the Anglican Communion is undertaken by the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC), sponsored by the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, and the Department for Unity, Faith and Order of the Anglican Communion.

The task of this third phase of ARCIC will be to consider fundamental questions regarding the ‘Church as Communion – Local and Universal’, and ‘How in communion the Local and Universal Church comes to discern right ethical teaching’. The international membership of this new phase of ARCIC represents a wide range of cultural settings, and brings to the Commission a variety of theological disciplines.

Agreed Statements

Commentaries

Communiqués & Press Releases