- To foster the ecumenical goal of the visible unity of Christians
- To deepen interfaith relations with Jews and Muslims
- To nurture understanding among all religious groups through dialogue, formation, prayer, and collaboration in civic affairs
19th Annual Joseph Cardinal Bernadin
What Changed At Vatican II: Past, Present, And Future Perspectives On Catholic-Jewish Relations
Rev. John W. Crossin, OSFC
Executive Director Secretariat For Ecumenical And Interreligious Affairs United States Conference Of Catholic Bishops
Fr. Crossin holds a Ph.D. in Moral Theology. His teaching credentials include: Catholic University, Wesley Theological Seminary, Virginia Theological Seminary, Gettysburg Lutheran Theological Seminary and De
Sales School of Theology. Fr. Crossin is also widely published in theological journals.
Thank you for your interest in the
Annual Jerusalem Lecture Series.
A complete transcript of Fr. Crossin's address as well as photos and news regarding the 2014 lecture will be posted shortly. Please check back with us soon.
Celebrate America's Religious Diversity 2014
A spectacular 14" x 22" full-color, twelve-month, wall calendar produced with the cooperative effort of 17 Religious Communities.
Included in the calendar are summaries of the basic beliefs, practices, religious writings, art and demographics of each faith community, Also featured is a listing and explanation of religious observances.
The 2014 Interfaith Calendar is sponsored by The Council of Religious Leaders of Metropolitan Chicago. Our Archdiocese is represented on the Council by the Office for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs Council.
$13.00 each on orders of 10-14
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Interfaith Calendar photo reproduced with
the permission of the Council of Religious Leaders of Metropolitan Chicago
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THE ANNUAL INTERFAITH THANKSGIVING OBSERVANCE
"UNITY, HOPE AND PEACE"
Photo and details posted soon.
Please Join Us for
The 14th Annual
Ecumenical Prayer Service for Christian Unity
SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 2014
United Methodist Church
77 W. Washington
Bishop C. Christopher Epting
Episcopal Diocese of Chicago
Sponsored by Ecumenism Metro Chicago (EMC)
EMC is comprised of nineteen churches in the Chicagoland area, including the
Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago. Prayers for Christian Unity will be offered at this
observance by the judicatory leaders of each partocipating church.
2014 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity Theme
HAS CHRIST BEEN DIVIDED?
(Cf. 1 Corinthians 1:13)
Please Save The Date
The Twenty-Ninth Annual Interfaith Memorial Observance
For Indigent Persons
Commemorating the lives of people
buried by the Office of the Cook
County Medical Examiner
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
First United Methodist Church -
77 West Washington - Chicago
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