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Bose, 22 May 2011
The Commission, which gathers at Bose from 17 to 27 may 2011, is discussing in depth topics such as “The Church as communion, local and universal” and “How in communion the local and the universal Church comes to discern just ethical teaching”. This initiative reflects the wish expressed by pope Benedict XVI and by the archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, on the occasion of their meeting in Rome in November 2009.
ARCIC III is composed of eighteen members (ten from the Anglican side and eight from the Catholic) and brings together a wide spectrum of cultural backgrounds and theological disciplines. Its co-presidents are Bernard Longley, archbishop of Birmingham, England (Catholic), and David Moxon, archbishop of the dioceses of New Zealand (Anglican).