From Vatican Radio-
A group of Anglican and Catholic ecumenical experts have concluded an international meeting in the English city of Canterbury, focusing on relations between the two Churches in light of the theme 'Memory, Identity and Difference'.
The Malines Conversations Group was led by its two co-patrons, the retired Catholic Archbishop of Malines-Bruxelles, Cardinal Godfried Danneels and the former Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams.The name of the group refers back to a series of informal discussions that took place between Anglicans and Catholics in the 1920s under the auspices of Belgian Cardinal Mercier.
This second encounter in the current series of conversations, which took place from March 30th to April 3rd, continued a discussion of liturgical and sacramental theology within the two traditions. Participants made a pilgrimage to the tomb of St Thomas a Becket in Canterbury Cathedral and to the shrine of St Edward the Confessor in Westminster Abbey. They also met with Cardinal Vincent Nichols, the archbishop of Westminster, and with the current leader of the Anglican Communion, Archbishop Justin Welby.
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