October to December 2023 - no 21 2023/4
If the worldwide process of the Catholic Church aiming to ensure that the synodal style is recognized and practiced as "the specific modus vivendi et operandi of the Church, the People of God," the same needs to be done in the ecumenical sphere: to ensure that sharing and cooperation cease to be sporadic and casual and become instead a fundamental dimension of being Church.
There are various expressions of dialogue between the Churches: from theological dialogue to common prayer and joint commitment to the service of society. At the heart of all there cannot fail to be the dialogue of life. The author is an Anglican priest and was until 2022 nationally responsible for the ecumenical relations of the Church of England.