Tantur Ecumenical Institute
Institut oecuménique de recherches théologiques
1971, Tantur (Israel), under the title of Ecumenical Institute for Theological Research, following proposals, 1967, by non-Catholic observers at Vatican Council II, including B-XC1876 - International Federation of Catholic Universities (IFCU). Also referred to as: Tantur Ecumenical Institute for Theological Studies; Tantur.
Advance ecumenical scholarship and understanding by continuing the ecumenical work of Vatican II; offer opportunities for residential research and multilateral ecumenical encounter between Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant Churches at international and national levels.
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