Articles by: Juan Michel

Samuel Kobia: The Berlin Wall Lessons are Relevant Today

Samuel Kobia: The Berlin Wall Lessons are Relevant Today Twenty years ago in East Germany, "Christian hope and perseverance contributed significantly to the fall of the Berlin Wall", said World Council of Churches (WCC) general

Faith and Order: Emerging Coherence and Changes of Patterns

Faith and Order: Emerging  Coherence and Changes of Patterns The Faith and Order Plenary Commission meeting, which took place in Kolympari, Crete, 7-13 October 2009, has come to an end. Participants noted an emerging coherence between the three current studies on Nature and Mission of the Church

Seeking Christian Unity in an Orthodox Setting

Seeking Christian Unity in an Orthodox Setting Gennadios, a vice-moderator of the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches (WCC), speaks from a long experience within the ecumenical movement, which he began to serve as a young steward at the WCC assembly in Uppsala in 1968.

Christians Begin To Rebuild Their Lives In Orissa

Christians Begin To Rebuild Their Lives In Orissa A World Council of Churches (WCC) Living Letters team travelled recently to Kandhamal, Orissa in solidarity with the victims of the violence that broke out following the murder of the hard-line Hindu leader Swami Laxmanananda Saraswati, 23 August 2008.

WCC President Joins Call For Action at G20 SUMMIT

WCC President Joins Call For Action at G20 SUMMIT On the eve of the G20 summit in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (USA), World Council of Churches (WCC) president from North America, Rev. Dr Bernice Powell Jackson will join more than 25 Christian, Jewish

Angolan Women Still Face War – By Other Means

Angolan Women Still  Face War – By Other Means Living Letters are small ecumenical teams. Within the framework of the WCC Decade to Overcome Violence, they travel to different parts of the world where Christians are striving to promote peace
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