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The Windsor Report and Ecumenical Dialogue

Kevin Flynn

This essay notes points of continuity between the Windsor Report's understanding of communion and authority and the work of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission on the same topics. In addition, features of the process of ecumenical dialogue are identified--especially respect, detachment, and common prayer--as ways of interaction that are essential for continued relations within the Anglican Communion. Finally, the author points to elements of the church's liturgical life that ground those features.

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