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ecumenical

, oecumenical, ecumenic, oecumenic
1. of or relating to the Christian Church throughout the world, esp with regard to its unity
2. 
a. tending to promote unity among Churches
b. of or relating to the international movement initiated among non-Catholic Churches in 1910 aimed at Christian unity: embodied, since 1937, in the World Council of Churches
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Nevertheless, I can personally attest to some very good news, ecumenically speaking.
In a book subtitled Questions for the Future of Ecumenism, it is surprising, for example, to find no reference at all to the Global Christian Forum, the amazingly ecumenical work of the Bible societies, and denominational mission agencies that increasingly work ecumenically.
In which case why not go the whole hog and name the programme Strictly Nondenominational or Ecumenically Knocks?
SIRACH IS COMPLICATED IN MANY WAYS: HISTORICALLY, ecumenically, and politically.
The state was justified in endorsing religion for the good of society, as long as it did so as ecumenically as possible, without favoring one religion over another.
But since that day I kept pondering on the question and if this is a poor country, then I am ecumenically concerned with the definition of "a rich country" and is Namibia a rich or poor country?
In this new era of corporate communications, companies will have to hire and train individuals with the skills needed to get the message across far more ecumenically than ever, using multiple channels that might include social networking media.
The Diyar Consortium, an association of Lutheran-based and ecumenically oriented institution inBethlehem, is Scort's main project partner.
Ushering in the study of comparative religion, Religious Ceremonies made it possible to think both ethnographically and, in the fullness of time, even ecumenically.
INVITATION: Durham Dr Bishop Tom said: "Durham has in recent years become a major global centre for ecumenical work and the close interlinking of Cathedral and University means that Durham is well-placed to host an event which is simultaneously academic and ecumenically spiritual.
His religious group was particularly ecumenically minded and was interested in education and "reasonable" (p.
This makes it perhaps Percy's most ecumenically appealing fiction--particularly in its exploration of Will and Allie's "human love, here apotheosized in their union of flesh" as "the earthly sign of the divine love that is the ultimate goal of the heart's desire for community" (212).