The Catholic Ecumenical Studies Collection (34 vols.) presents a comprehensive offering of monographs and Church documents that pertain to the modern Catholic ecumenical movement. Key Church documents like the Documents of Vatican II and Pope St. John Paul II's encyclical letter Ut Unum Sint combine with a broad range of monographs from prominent contemporary theologians and historians. The collection primarily tells the story of the Ecumenical Movement from the Catholic point of view, but also included are works from prominent Protestant theologians such as Dom Gregory Dix, OSB, Stanley Hauerwas, and Peter Leithart. One also finds perspective on the Catholic view of and relationship with the Orthodox churches. This is a must-have resource for anyone who wants to better understand the Catholic Church's relationship with other Christian churches and how other Christian Churches view the Catholic Church.
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