SEIA Newsletter on the Eastern Churches and Ecumenism

For a number of years I receive from Fr. Ronald G Roberson, the author of the first PhD on the theology of Fr. Dumitru Staniloae, a newsletter on the Eastern Churches and Ecumenism published by the Secretariat for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs  of the United States  Conference of Catholic Bishops. I have never share these newsletters on my blog, but I
became aware that very few of my friends are aware of this very important source of ecumenical information. So, I will try to publish them here, as possible. I attach the latest one below, in PDF Form. I thank again Fr. Roberson, with whom I had an intense correspondence during my doctoral studies, for his kindness.


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Fr. Ron Roberson is also the author of an amazing resource on Eastern and Oriental churches, already available in its 7th edition, a book titled The Eastern Christian Churches. A Brief Survey, that could be read online HERE. I highly recommend it for all those interested in the churches of the East, be them Orthodox or Catholic.

Author: DanutM

Anglican theologian. Former Director for Faith and Development Middle East and Eastern Europe Region of World Vision International

3 thoughts on “SEIA Newsletter on the Eastern Churches and Ecumenism”

  1. Awesome news, Danut, for all of us Christians who have the same burning desire as our LORD did in His High Priestly prayer in the garden of Gethsemane (Gospel of St. John ch. 17).

    the LINK – SEIA May 11 forms a circular loop with another page and link that points back to this page. I then went to United States Conference of Catholic Bishops link provided and searched for eastern churches but found nothing.

    ;May I ask you to list the link to the document again. Many thanks!


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