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Chapters Document

Mn – RC

FIRST SERIES (1998-2003)

“Healing of Memories”



1. October 14-18, 1998 – Strasbourg, France

Who are We Today? A Self-Description; Images of Each Other from the Sixteenth Century

2. October 12-18, 1999 – Venice, Italy

The Anabaptist Idea of the Restitution of the Church; Medieval Roots of the Anabaptist Tradition; Theology of the Church

3. November 24-30, 2000 – Thomashof, Germany

What is a Peace Church?; The Impact of the ‘Constantinian Shift’ on the Church; Justice and Peace

4. November 27 – December 3, 2001 – Assisi, Italy

Church and State in the Middle Ages; Baptism and the Lord’s Supper or Eucharist

5. October 25-31, 2002 – Akron, Pennsylvania USA

Work on the Final Report

March 11-17, 2003 – Strasbourg, France

Drafting Session

May 22-23, 2003 – Geneva, Switzerland

Drafting Session

June 14-15, 2003 – Paris, France

Drafting Session on ‘Called Together to Be Peacemakers’” – Called Together to be Peacemakers (2003) – FINAL REPORT — Full-Text
and COMMENT — Full-Text


Dr. Helmut Harder, Winnipeg, (Canada) Mennonite Church of Canada
Most Rev. Joseph Martino, Auxiliary Bishop of Philadelphia (USA) RC


Dr. Larry Miller, General Secretary of the Mennonite World Conference, Strasbourg (USA/FRANCE) Mennonite
Msgr. Dr. John A. Radano, staff of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity (USA/Vatican City) RC

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