Joint International Commission for Dialogue between the Roman Catholic Church and the Coptic Orthodox Church
Commission mixte internationale de dialogue entre l'Eglise catholique romaine et l'Eglise copte orthodoxe
1974, Rome (Italy), by Pope Paul VI and Pope Shenouda III. Co-sponsored by the Coptic Orthodox Church and the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity (PCPCU).
Foster theological dialogue and practical relations to help both Churches to grow in deeper mutual understanding and love towards each other, leading to re-establishment of full communion of faith and sacramental life between the Apostolic Churches of Rome and Alexandria.Available with paid subscription only.
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