Télévision Sel et Lumière - émission Église en Sortie, avril 2016Télévision Sel et Lumière émission Église en Sortie avec Francis Denis ,
18 avril 2016: entrevue avec Adriana Bara PhD, directrice du Centre Canadien d’œcuménisme; extrait du discours du Père Irénée Baubien S.J. et entrevue avec Mgr Christian Lépine sur la compréhension catholique de l’Unité des chrétiens.
Dr. Victor Goldbloom Has Died
The team of the Canadian Centre for Ecumenism is deeply saddened by the news of Dr. Victor Goldbloom's death. The Centre lost a dear friend and adviser and a Board member.
Pioneer of interfaith dialogue, Dr.Goldbloom was deeply committed to Christian Jewish dialogue, to social issues and his understanding of minority communities was unparalleled.
We were amazingly blest to have Dr. Goldbloom as part of our Board of Directors and as part of our lives. We will deeply miss the presence of a truly unique and kind person.
Our heartfelt condolences go out to Dr. Goldbloom's family!
May the soul of our loved Victor rest in peace!
Material for the 50th anniversary of the Decree on Ecumenism - CCCB"The Commission for Christian Unity, Religious Relations with the Jews, and Interfaith Dialogue of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) is preparing a series of resources to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Unitatis Redintegratio."
Source : www.cccb.ca
Please click here to go directly to the resources
Panorthodox Synod 2016The Synaxis of the Primates of the Orthodox Autocephalous Churches took place at Phanar in Istanbul from 6-9 March, 2014, at the invitation and under the presidency of His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I, and was attended by all the most venerable Primates in person, with the exception of His Beatitude Patriarch John of Antioch, who, due to illness, was represented by Hierarchs of his Church.
In the framework of their Synaxis, the Primates also deliberated on the matter of the Holy and Great Synod of the Orthodox Church and decided that, upon expediting the process of preparation, it will be convened and presided by the Ecumenical Patriarch in Istanbul in 2016 at Pentecost.
The event is historic and the first Great Synod in more than 1200 years, since the last of the seven ecumenical councils recognized by the Orthodox Churches is the Second Council of Nicaea, held in 787. The Orthodox churches are trying to organize the council of the Holy and Great Synod since 1960.