For many years, building relations and understanding between Anglican and Roman Catholic Christians depended on personal, informal and unofficial contacts and friendships...
The Friends of the Anglican Centre in Rome are men and women, priests and lay people, the newly curious as well as committed ecumenists, young, old and everything in between. We hold a diversity of views on social, political, and theological positions, and have many different ways of trying to understand unity between the Anglican Communion and the Roman Catholic Church.
The Anglican Centre has friends all around the world. Our hope - to see Christ's prayer at the Last Supper fulfilled, "that they may all be one" - is a hope which is shared by Christians of every denomination all across the world. The various groups of friends which support the Anglican Centre do far more than provide financial backing: they organise events, lectures, visits, and services to promote the cause of Christian Unity and bring supporters together to learn about the exciting developmen
The Anglican Centre in Rome has been at the heart of coordinating an ecumenical crisis response to the increasingly concerning situation in Ukraine.
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