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Church leaders across the world have expressed sadness over the death of the Rev Dr Toshitsugu Arai, a renowned Asian ecumenical Christian leader.
The new issue of The Ecumenical Review features reflections from marginalised communities on the theme of the upcoming World Council of Churches 10th Assembly.
The Christmas letter to the heads of other churches from the Archbishop of Canterbury has made a point of remembering the plight of displaced persons globally.
The United States economic blockade against Cuba has forced the postponement of the 6th General Assembly of the Latin American Council of Churches
Bishop K. H. Ting, a pioneer of the official post-denominational Protestant Church in China, has died on 22 November 2012, at the age of 97.
The Ecumenical Institute of Bossey has brought together some 30 European church representatives to discuss forms of Christian communication.
A recent ecumenical workshop on defending migrant workers' rights in Asia focused on ratifying the UN Convention and ILO provisions.
The World Council of Churches (WCC) has announced the opening of its consolidated library housed at the Ecumenical Institute, in Bossey, Switzerland, near its Geneva offices.
The general secretary of the World Council of Churches (WCC) has praised the covenanting process of five church denominations in Wales.
'Hopes for an ‘Ecumenical Spring’' was a Christian Century headline above a report by Adelle M. Banks of the Religion News Service. Her report spelled out why such hopes are wan, if not desperate, says Martin E. Marty.
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