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Major contributions and highlights of the World Council of Churches' 10th Assembly have been made available in journal form.
The World Council of Churches' General Secretary helped inaugurate new offices for the World Communion of Reformed Churches in Hannover.
Publication of the text The Church: Towards a Common Vision has been described as "an ecumenical highlight of 2013".
Some 30,000 ecumenical youth have gathered in Strasbourg for a festival of peace, justice and spirituality.
In his Christmas message, the General Secretary of the WCC says faith should encourage help people journey together towards justice and peace.
The WCC is calling on the council's 345 member churches and churches around the world to remember, pray and act for Syria at Christmas.
A contract for development of the Ecumenical Centre and WCC offices has been awarded to the Geneva-based firm LRS Architects.
Sadness is being expressed by church leaders over the the death of Dr Kang Moon-Kyu, an ecumenical leader from South Korea and former president of the WCC.
The new Moderator of the WCC Central Committee has called on South Sudan to have a “Mandela moment” in the aftermath of an attempted coup.
Nelson Mandela has been remembered in a well-attended memorial service this week at the Ecumenical Centre in Geneva.
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