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Upcoming Conference

North American Academy
of Ecumenists

2017 Conference
Boston, MA
September 22-24, 2017

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Benefits

Membership in the Academy includes:

  • Ecumenical fellowship
  • Engagement with leading ecumenists
  • A forum for dialgoue and engagement
  • Journal of Ecumenical Studies
  • Occasional newsletters
  • Student Grant Application
    English or en français
  • International perspective
  • Varied Christian views authentically presented
  • Contact list of members

Presentations at Candler for NAAE 2016

Download Tentative Schedule.

Speakers   (Approximate titles of talks)

  1. Rev. Msgr. Jack Radano

Our Ecumenical Future: Lessons to be Learned from the Events of 1517

Closely involved in the Lutheran/Roman Catholic Dialogue and its statement on Justification, Staff member of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, 1984-2008, and PCPCU Liason to the WCC’s Faith and Order Commission, he now continues his long service on the faculty of Seton Hall University.

 

  1. Rev. Dr. William Rusch

Our Ecumenical Future: Lessons to be Learned from the Events of 1517

Closely involved in the Lutheran/Roman Catholic Dialogue and its statement on Justification, former executive director of the ELCA Office for Ecumenical Affairs, and former member of the WCC’s Faith and Order Commission, he is now adjunct professor of Lutheran studies at Yale Divinity School.

 

  1. Dr. Catherine Clifford

How Observe the Events of 1517? Methods and Options for Ecumenical Engagement

A full professor of the Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University, Ottowa, she has written and edited extensively on ecumenical studies, sacramental theology, ecclesiology, and Vatican II, and maintains close links with religious communities.

 

  1. Rev. Dr. Robert A. Welsh

Why Does it Matter? Inter-Confessional and Global Perspectives on the Events of 2017

Retiring in April, 2016 as Ecumenical Officer of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), he is Secretary of the Disciples/Roman Catholic International Dialogue, and has chaired the Secretaries of Christian World Communions as well as the Board of the Ecumenical Institute, Bossey (WCC).

 

  1. Dr. Patrick Henry, III

Reconciling Memories: Creative Remembering – and Forgetting – on our Way to Christian Unity

Director of the Collegeville Institute from 1984, and a former Professor at Swarthmore College, he is a frequent and exorbitantly creative commentator on ecumenical, religious and cultural affairs.