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.
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.
Our Mission and Vision
The Vision of the Prairie Centre for Ecumenism is the full visible unity of the Church – one body with many members.
The purpose of the Prairie Centre for Ecumenism is to be an instrument for Christian reconciliation and unity in obedience to the Spirit, serving the Prairie region of Canada. Through its presence, ministry, resources, and programs, its purpose is to call the churches to visible unity in one faith and in one Eucharistic fellowship expressed in worship and in common life in Christ, through witness and service to the world, and to advance towards that unity in order that the world may believe.