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Pope Tells Orthodox: Incomplete Communion That Already Unites Us Must Grow

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    Pope Tells Orthodox: Incomplete Communion That Already Unites Us Must Grow By Deacon Keith Fournier 6/29/2011 Catholic Online (www.catholic.org) Pope Benedict
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      Pope Tells Orthodox: Incomplete Communion That Already Unites Us Must Grow

      By Deacon Keith Fournier
      6/29/2011
      Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

      Pope Benedict is the Pope of Christian Unity.

      There is a growing collaboration between the Orthodox and Catholic Churches in efforts to slow the collapse of Christian influence in European culture. There have been other signs of the Spirit at work in pulling these Churches to a along the path toward reestablishing communion.

      VATICAN CITY (Catholic Online) - On June 28, 2011 a delegation from the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople made their traditional visit to Rome for the Feast of Apostles, Peter and Paul. As the West staggers under what Pope Benedict XVI called a Dictatorship of Relativism, it is the fullness of truth revealed in Jesus Christ as found within His Church which can save it from rushing over a cliff to its own demise. The world needs the Church, breathing with both lungs, East and West, to once again become its soul in this age which has lost its moral compass.

      Continue read @ http://www.catholic.org/international/international_story.php?id=41928
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