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Richard John Neuhaus and Avery Cardinal Dulles were fond of referring to the Catholic Church’s irrevocable commitment to ecumenism.  Why then haven’t any Catholics yet taken up the Andrew and Sarah Wilson’s proposal to respond to their Lutheran pilgrimage from Erfurt to Rome with a return journey?  And why aren’t more Catholics (not to mention Orthodox) Christians discussing Presbyterian George Hunsinger’s serious and compelling ecumenical proposals in Eucharist and Ecumenism: Let Us Keep the Feast ?

Just curious.

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