Monastic Life and the Ecumenical Dialogue
Monasticism and ecumenism
can no longer be understood apart from each other.
In the journey toward reconciliation
among the churches,
monasticism plays a particularly important role,
because it permits a conmon life,
in which it is possible to live together reconciled,
working patiently toward full unity
in a church of churches able to recognize one another
in a single confession of faith.
Per ordinare il fascicolo:
Enzo Bianchi, Monastic life and the ecumenical dialogue
Edizioni Qiqajon, 2000, 2001