Saturday, June 21, 2014

Could the Archbishop and the Pope really reunify the Church?

From The Independent (UK)-

Something significant happened in Rome this week when the Archbishop of Canterbury met the Pope for the second time since the two men took office, within days of one another, just over a year ago.

They have agreed a joint project to use the worldwide reach of their churches to combat the global trade in human trafficking. They discussed how to pressure 50 top multinational companies to render their supply chains free of forced labour by 2020 – and how to “slavery proof” the investments and purchasing of their own churches. There were other areas of practical co-operation, including peace-building in areas like South Sudan. As he left Rome, Archbishop Justin Welby hinted that the two had discussed other new initiatives.

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