Receptive ecumenism and the renewal of the ecumenical movement: The path of ecclesial conversion

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Pizzey, Antonia. (2019) Receptive ecumenism and the renewal of the ecumenical movement: The path of ecclesial conversion Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004397804
AuthorsPizzey, Antonia
Abstract

Receptive Ecumenism is a ground-breaking new ecumenical approach, widely regarded as having the potential to revitalise the Ecumenical Movement. But what is Receptive Ecumenism? Why is it important? In Receptive Ecumenism and the Renewal of the Ecumenical Movement, Antonia Pizzey offers a comprehensive, systematic analysis of Receptive Ecumenism. While still emerging, Receptive Ecumenism is highly promising because it prioritises the need for ecclesial conversion. Pizzey explores the scope and complexity of Receptive Ecumenism, providing much-needed clarity on its aim, key developmental influences and distinctiveness, as well as its virtuous character and relationship with Spiritual Ecumenism. The major implementations of Receptive Ecumenism to date are investigated, along with its significance for the future of ecumenism, especially regarding its engagement with contemporary challenges.

ISBN9789004397804
ISSN2352-5746
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004397804
Page range1 - 252
Research GroupSchool of Theology
Year2019
PublisherBrill
Place of publicationLeiden, Netherlands
SeriesBrill's studies in Catholic theology; volume 7
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