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By John Paul II / Libreria Editrice Vaticana / 1995
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Pope John Paul II wrote Ut Unum Sint (That They Might Be One) in 1995. The encyclical focuses on the Roman Catholic Church's relationship with the Orthodox Churches and with other Christian ecclesial communities and expresses the Church's commitment to an ecumenism that does not dilute the importance of doctrine. The letter is divided into three sections: “The Catholic Church's Commitment to Ecumenism,” "“The Fruits of Dialogue,” and “Quanta est Nobis Via?.”
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