Posts Tagged ‘Anglican Catholic Dialogue’

Anglican-Roman Catholic dialogue: Difference no cause for suspicion

Thursday, July 5th, 2018

A new document reflects a fresh approach taken by the official Anglican-Roman Catholic dialogue commission. It shows a major development in ecumenism by establishing that difference is not cause for suspicion or reproach but is rather an opportunity for mutual listening, learning and conversion. The statement, Walking Together on the Way: Learning to Be the Church Read more

Anglican and Catholic bishops meet in Wellington

Monday, March 19th, 2018

Anglican and Catholic bishops met at the Home of Compassion in Island Bay last week. The meeting was part of their ongoing commitment to dialogue between the two Churches. They have previously met on numerous occasions and worked together on issues including homelessness, poverty, trafficking and the environment. The bishops shared a meal and gathered Read more

Bishops say housing the greatest issue facing New Zealanders

Thursday, August 10th, 2017

“Too many New Zealanders are facing real difficulties finding affordable, warm, secure housing,” says the Catholic archbishop of Wellington Cardinal John Dew. He was speaking prior to a housing forum organised by the Anglican and Catholic churches of Wellington. Approximately 600 people attended the forum in the Anglican Cathedral of St Paul on Wednesday evening. Read more

Anglican/Catholic Election Forum in Wellington on Wednesday

Monday, August 7th, 2017

Catholic Archbishop of Wellington, Cardinal John Dew and Anglican Bishop of Wellington Justin Duckworth will co-host a housing forum with leaders of key political parties on 9 August at the Anglican Cathedral. Attendance is welcome and there is no charge. The forum formally starts at 6:30pm on 9 August 2017, with snacks and drinks available Read more

Anglicans and Catholics in NZ akin to an extended family – Cardinal Dew

Tuesday, October 11th, 2016
Anglicans and Catholics

Cardinal John Dew, the Archbishop of Welllington, says Anglicans and Catholics around New Zealand enjoy a supportive, affirming relationship at all levels, “from bishops to priests, to diocesan staff, to organisations to parishes and communities.” He said the relationship was “akin to an extended family.” Dew and Bishop Ross Bay, the Anglican bishop of Auckland Read more

Cardinal Dew on pilgrimage with 36 Anglican and Catholic bishops

Friday, September 23rd, 2016

For the next two weeks  Cardinal John Dew will be away on an IARCCUM (Anglican Roman Catholic Commission for Unity and Mission) Pilgrimage. Cardinal John will first go to Canterbury, in England where he will join the IARCCUM Pilgrims; 36 Anglican and Catholic bishops, representing 19 different regions. The bishops will begin the first leg Read more