Mennonite-Catholic Dialogue

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"A dialogue between Catholics and Mennonites took place over a five-year period, from 1998-2003. The general purpose of the dialogue was to get better acquainted, to better understand Catholic and Mennonite positions on Christian faith and to contribute to overcoming long-held prejudices.

Under discussion were the intersection of the history of the two denominations; theology around the nature of the church, sacraments and ordinances and the commitment to peace; and addressing the healing of memories."[1]

Ongoing Dialogue

Resources

PDF Reports

File:PeacemakersReportGERMAN.pdf

Bibliography

Dialogue with the Roman Catholic Church Notes
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See also Ecumenical Dialogue, "Called together to be peacemakers: Report of the international dialogue between the Catholic Church and Mennonite World Conference 1998-2003." MWC. 2003.