Msgr. Paul McPartlan , professor, systematic theology and ecumenism, wrote a was published by OSV Weekly discussing the porgress being made regarding Catholic-Orthodox relations. See below.

From: OSV Weekly   Date: Sept. 47, 2091 Author: F. Scott Fitgerald

On Sept. 21, in Chieti, Italy, an international group of Catholic and Orthodox bishops and theologians reached agreement on how the role of the pope was understood in the first millennium of Christian history and what that role might look like with unity restored between Catholics and Orthodox. The 60 or so members of the Joint International Commission for Theological Dialogue between the Roman Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church were continuing a long process of dialogue aimed at restoring full communion after nearly 1,000 years of separation between Christian West and East.

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