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Orthodoxy and the Roman papacy : Ut Unum Sint and the prospects of East-West unity

Author: Adam A J DeVille
Publisher: Notre Dame, Ind. : University of Notre Dame Press, ©2011.
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Among the issues that continue to divide the Catholic Church from the Orthodox Church--the two largest Christian bodies in the world, together comprising well over a billion faithful--the question of the papacy is widely acknowledged to be the most significant stumbling block to their unification. For nearly forty years, commentators, theologians, and hierarchs, from popes and patriarchs to ordinary believers of  Read more...
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Named Person: Johannes Paul, Papst
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Adam A J DeVille
ISBN: 9780268026073 0268026076
OCLC Number: 691927774
Description: viii, 268 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Ut unum sint in context --
Orthodox positions on the papacy --
A renewed Roman patriarchate : Catholic perspectives --
Patriarchates : Orthodox perspectives --
Patriarchates within the Latin Church --
Papal structures and responsibilities.
Responsibility: Adam A.J. DeVille.

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Provides the first comprehensive examination of the papacy from an Orthodox perspective that also seeks to find a way beyond the impasse, toward full Orthodox-Catholic unity.  Read more...

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