The process of ecumenical dialogue: The roman Catholic - eastern orthodox dialogue of love as a theological source

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Cross, Lawrence. (2006). The process of ecumenical dialogue: The roman Catholic - eastern orthodox dialogue of love as a theological source. One in Christ: a Roman Catholic ecumenical review (print version). 41(2), pp. 3 - 39.
AuthorsCross, Lawrence
Year2006
JournalOne in Christ: a Roman Catholic ecumenical review (print version)
Journal citation41 (2), pp. 3 - 39
PublisherTurvey Abbey
ISSN0030-252X
Page range3 - 39
Research GroupSchool of Theology
Place of publicationUnited Kingdom
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