Those interested in the relations of the Catholic and Orthodox Churches, or in the problems and challenges of ecumenism in general, may find of interest Orthodox in Communion with Rome . . . Something to think about (the comments of DeVille and Tighe are useful as well). It begins with the famous “Ratzinger proposal” for the unity of West and East and then gives his later clarification of what he had said in response to what had become the dominant (mis)interpretation.