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Anglican Oriental Orthodox International Commission

History

The Anglican-Oriental Orthodox Commission was established in 2001 and began its work by addressing questions of Christology. Building on the dialogues between the Oriental Churches and the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches, it quickly produced a draft Agreement on Christology, which is currently being considered by the Churches of the Anglican Communion. After a long suspension from 2003, the Dialogue resumed, with a meeting in the UK in 2013.

 

Meetings, Communiqués and Documents