David Murphy's article in The Portal
is defined as "the principle or aim of promoting unity among the world's Christian churches."
Unity is an elusive word, and means different things to different people. For the Catholic Church, in its deepest sense, it means full sacramental and doctrinal unity. I offer three recent reflections on what this practically means to us as Catholics of the English tradition.
Mother Winsome's bittersweet story
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