Articles tagged: ecumenism

The 30 statements of the joint declaration between Pope Francis and Russian Patriarch Kirill

History Theology

SPL Staff • February 13th, 2016

Listers, on February 12, 2016 His Holiness Pope Francis met with the Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill in Havana, Cuba. The two leaders signed a joint declaration on several issues, which included overcoming historic antagonisms between the two Churches, the plight of Christians in the Middle... Read More →

The Early Church in Jerusalem Followed the Pope: 7 Quotes from History

History

SPL Staff • January 23rd, 2013

Listers, St. Peter is the Prince of the Apostles and our First Pope. Protestantism at its heart is divorced from history. Protestant "ecclesial communities" sprout up amongst shared value systems generally centered on one dynamic individual. These cults of personality are a far cry from our Early... Read More →

6 Things You Should Know about the Melkite Catholic Church

History Theology

SPL Staff • September 7th, 2012

Listers: as you know, the universal Catholic Church is comprised of 23 sui iuris (self-governing) ritual Churches united by their communion with each other and with the See of Rome. Though the Roman Church is the largest, the 22 Eastern Churches play a significant and necessary role in the... Read More →

12 Catholic Blogs Worth Your Time 2012

Life & Leisure

SPL Staff • April 3rd, 2012

Listers, the following collection of blogs represents the best Catholic voices online. The list is not necessarily in a strict order. If you think there is a blog(s) that should be featured on St. Peter's List please do not hesitate to name and link the blog in the comment box and we'll see what... Read More →
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