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International Anglican-Roman Catholic Commission for Unity and Mission (IARCCUM)

In 2000, Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey and Cardinal Edward Cassidy, the then President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, convoked a conference of Anglican and Roman Catholic bishops at Mississauga in Canada to discern the progress made in theological conversations, and whether closer co-operation could be developed between the two traditions. The result was the International Anglican-Roman Catholic Commission for Unity and Mission, which has been meeting since 2001. In February 2007, it published the first fruit of its work, the Report Growing Together in Unity and Mission, accompanied by two commentaries. IARCCUM’s work continues under the co-presidency of Archbishop Donald Bolen and Bishop David Hamid.

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.
 

Copyright

Copyright in minutes, statements and other core papers is owned by the Commission and requests for extensive quotation or use should be directed to the co-Chairs. However, copyright in papers by named authors remains with the author.

Mississauga Meeting of Anglican and Catholic Bishops (2000)

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International Anglican-Roman Catholic Commission for Unity and Mission (2001-)

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IARCCUM Bishops: New Steps on an Ancient Pilgrimage (2016)

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