Academic journal article Journal of Ecumenical Studies

Orthodox-Catholic Consultation

Academic journal article Journal of Ecumenical Studies

Orthodox-Catholic Consultation

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The value of ecumenical witness and the filioque wem the main themes of the 57th meeting of the North American Orthodox-Catholic Theological Consultation, held at Saint Paul's College, Washington, DC, October 28-30, 1999. The meeting was co-chaired by Metropolitan Maximos, Greek Orthodox Bishop of Pittsburgh, and Archbishop Rembert G. Weakland of Milwaukee. The members of the Consultation considered a draft text on the value and accomplishments of the dialogue, while celebrating the 35th anniversary of this dialogue, which has been meeting continuously since 1965.

The Consultation also continued its review of the Vatican's 1995 document, "The Greek and Latin Traditions regarding the Procession of the Holy Spirit" At this session four papers were heard: "'Another Faith?': Reflections on 'The Greek and Latin Traditions regarding the Procession of the Holy Spirit' (Rome, September 13, 1999)," by Prof. John Erickson of St Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary, "In Response to a Vatican Document: Greek Patristic Texts regarding the Procession of the Holy Spirit," by Metropolitan Maximos; "Revisiting the 'Filioque' Debate: Contemporary Catholic Approaches to the History and the Doctrine," by Brian Daley, S.J., of the University of Notre Dame; and "Patristic Sources of 'The Greek and Latin Traditions regarding the Procession of the Holy Spirit,"' by Prof. …

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