Summer Ecumenical Institute 2015

The Prairie Centre for Ecumenism would like to invite you to participate in this years Summer Ecumenical Institute! The event is happening from June 22-24th at Queens House of Retreats.

Eat, Drink and Be Ecumenical

The Prairie Centre for Ecumenism invites you to dine with us on Wednesday June 24. The Gala Banquet will celebrate the work of the Prairie Centre for Ecumenism and will happen in conjunction with the Program in Ecumenical Studies and Formation, Summer Ecumenical Institute and Canadian Inter-Church Forum on Dialogues.

Come, eat, drink and be ecumenical! There will be a silent auction happening throughout the evening, so stay tuned for announcements about items available (via Twitter and Facebook).

Anglican-Catholic Commission to hold next years meeting in Canada

(Vatican Radio) The fifth session of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission concluded this week with a decision to hold next year’s meeting near the southern Canadian city of Toronto.

Ecumenism Explored

Program in Ecumenical Studies and Formation 2015

Across Difference: Giving Shape to an Ecumenical Church

Across Difference: Giving Shape to an Ecumenical Church (Published in www.livingchurch.ca)

Article by Dr Darren E Dahl, Prairie Centre for Ecumenism 

The future of Christianity is ecumenical. We are moving into and already seeing new forms of Christian community taking shape across traditional denominational identities. And for many who continue to inhabit those identities, the question of what it means to be Christian is being asked and answered in ways that do not take up the denominational categories of earlier generations.

Program in Ecumenical Studies and Formation 2015

2015 Canadian Forum on Inter-Church Dialogues

In God's Reconciling Grace

The Prairie Centre for Ecumenism is pleased to announce Fr. Bernard de Margerie's book "In God's Reconciling Grace: Prayer and Reflection Texts for Christian Reconciliation and Unity".  The book is offered free of charge to all churches and to all Christian faithful across denominational lines. 

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