Ecumenical Group of Women (KAIRE)
Groupe oecuménique de femmes consacrées
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1971-09 Bossey Switzerland
Sep 1971, Bossey (Switzerland), as a living interconfessional cell of women engaged in monastic, diaconal or active call in their Church and the world, moved by the Spirit to a conversion to prayer, to one another, to Unity.
Be a focus of communion and search, where women who share a calling within Church discover once again, and in a vital way, that which is the very heart of their various vocations; encourage an ecumenical and spiritual experience where both dimensions of contemplation and service to mankind should be lived; be a ferment in society, so that unity in the Church can be discerned, and give hope to all human beings.
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Steering Group, composed of 8 members from Anglican, Orthodox, Catholic and Protestant communities.
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