Roundup: Gay marriage, Lent and water, Anglican-Methodist unity, ecumenism and conciliarity

Roundup: Gay marriage, Lent and water, Anglican-Methodist unity, ecumenism and conciliarity

The ‘irrational’ and ‘sinister’ campaign against gay marriage

Why are some people so preoccupied with the sexuality of their neighbours?

Praying, reflecting and acting for a just economy of water

During the seven weeks of Lent the Ecumenical Water Network focuses on the theme “economy of water” in its Seven Weeks for Water campaign, inspiring churches to pray, reflect and act together for local and global water justice.

Anglican-Methodist International Commission for Unity in Mission

The fourth meeting of the Anglican-Methodist International Commission for Unity in Mission (AMICUM) took place near Baltimore, Maryland, 10-16 February 2012, hosted by the World Methodist Council.

WCC consultation in Beirut explores conciliar ecumenism

“Ecumenism is a quality of life that needs to be articulated in all aspects of a Christian’s life” and “conciliarity is an essential nature of the church,” said Catholicos Aram I, head of the Holy See of Cilicia of the Armenian Apostolic Church. He was speaking to the audience at the World Council of Churches consultation in Beirut, Lebanon.

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