Monday, December 12, 2011

Blogging a bilateral

In what might well be a first in the history of ecumenical dialogue, Reformed ecumenist Jane Stranz, a minister in the United Reformed Church in the U.K. and the Eglise Réformée de France who until recently headed the language service of the World Council of Churches and now works with the  Fédération Protestante de France in Paris, began blogging (but not live-blogging, it should be noted) today from Day 1 of a national bilateral dialogue in France between the Catholic Church and the French union of Lutheran and Reformed churches (the cover of the report from the previous ten-year series of conversations between the two communions in France appears at left). Check her blog Of life, laughter and liturgy... throughout the week for other posts that may follow.

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