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FIRST SERIES (2004-2009)

MEETINGS:

 

March 13-15, 2003 – Stuttgart, Germany (Conference Centre at Hohenheim)

Preliminary organizing meeting

1. May 10-12, 2004 – Bern, Switzerland (Christkatholisches Kirchgemeindehaus)

Work on ecclesiology; primacy and synodical structure

2. December 2-3, 2004 – Bern, Switzerland (Christkatholisches Kirchgemeindehaus)

Work on ecclesiology; primacy and synodical structure

3. May 22-24, 2005 – Würzburg, Germany (St. Burkardus-Haus)

Continued work on ecclesiology; primacy and synodical structure

4. October 23-25, 2005 – Würzburg, Germany (Schönstattzentrum Marienhöhe)

Continuing work on ecclesiology; primacy and synodical structure

5. May 7-9, 2006 – Elspeet, Netherlands (Mennorode Conferentiecentrum)

Continuing work on ecclesiology; papal ministry serving the unity of the church; remaining in truth; communio ecclesiology

6. September 24-26, 2006 – Würzburg, Germany (Exerzitienhaus Himmelspforten)

Continued work on ecclesiology; papal ministry serving the unity of the church; remaining in truth; communio ecclesiology; personal, collegial and communitarian responsibility for the unity of church; aspects of canon law supporting ecclesial communion at various levels

7. May 6-8, 2007 – Bonn, Germany (Alt-Katholisches Gemeindezentrum St. Cyprian)

Continuing work on ecclesiology; papal ministry serving the unity of the church; remaining in truth; communio ecclesiology; personal, collegial and communitarian responsibility for the unity of church; aspects of canon law supporting ecclesial communion at various levels; drafting report

8. October 14-16, 2007 – Würzburg, Germany (St. Burkardus-Haus)

Continuing the work on ecclesiology; papal ministry serving the unity of the church; remaining in truth; communio ecclesiology; personal, collegial and communitarian responsibility for the unity of church; aspects of canon law supporting ecclesial communion at various levels

9. June 1-3, 2008 – Bern, Switzerland (Christkatholisches Kirchgemeindehaus)

Continuing work on ecclesiology; papal ministry serving the unity of the church; remaining in truth; communio ecclesiology; personal, collegial and communitarian responsibility for the unity of church; aspects of canon law supporting ecclesial communion at various levels; preliminary draft of report

10. October 19-21, – 2008 Würzburg, Germany (St. Burkardus-Haus)

Continuing work on ecclesiology; papal ministry serving the unity of the church; remaining in truth; communio ecclesiology; personal, collegial and communitarian responsibility for the unity of church; aspects of canon law supporting ecclesial communion at various levels; study of consensus for final report

11. May 10-12, 2009 – Salzburg, Austria (Johannes Schlössl der Pallottiner)

Concluding work on ecclesiology; papal ministry serving the unity of the church; remaining in truth; communio ecclesiology; personal, collegial and communitarian responsibility for the unity of church; aspects of canon law supporting ecclesial communion at various levels; Final Report presenting the results of its consultations” – FINAL REPORT: CHURCH AND CHURCH COMMUNION — Full-Text

CO-CHAIRS:

Bishop emeritus Prof. Dr. Paul-Werner Scheele, Würzburg (C)
Bishop Fritz-René Müller, Bern (OC)

CO-SECRETARIES:

Msgr. Dr. Matthias Türk, Vatican City (C)
Lic. theol. Maja Weyermann, Bern (1st and 2nd session) (OC)
Dr. Peter-Ben Smit, MA; Bern (3rd and 4th session) (OC)
Prof. Dr. Harald Münch, Egmond aan Zee (5th session) (OC)
Prof. Mag. Martin Eisenbraun, Salzburg (6th – 11th sessions) (OC)

 

SECOND SERIES (2012-2016)

MEETINGS:

 

1. December 3-6, 2012 – Paderborn, Germany (Liborianum)

Reorganizing and Planning; the ministry of the Bishop of Rome in the communion of local Churches; the relationship between the universal and the local Church; relation between Eucharistic communion and ecclesial communion; the issues of women’s ordination and the Marian dogmas

2. July 21-24, 2013 – Könugswinteer, Germany (AKZ Arbeitnehmer)

The ministry of the Bishop of Rome in the communion of local Churches; the relationship between the universal and the local Church; relation between Eucharistic communion and ecclesial communion; the issues of women’s ordination and the Marian dogmas

3. December 9-12, 2013 – Paderborn, Germany (Liborianum)

“The ministry of the Bishop of Rome in the communion of local Churches; the relationship between the universal and the local Church; relation between Eucharistic communion and ecclesial communion; the issues of women’s ordination and the Marian dogmas”

4. June 22-25, 2014 – Bad Godesberg, Germany (Haus der Begegnung Heiderhof)

The ministry of the Bishop of Rome in the communion of local Churches; the relationship between the universal and the local Church; relation between Eucharistic communion and ecclesial communion; the issues of women’s ordination and the Marian dogmas

5. November 30-December 3, 2014 – Paderborn, Germany (Liborianum)

The ministry of the Bishop of Rome in the communion of local Churches; the relationship between the universal and the local Church; relation between Eucharistic communion and ecclesial communion; the issues of women’s ordination and the Marian dogmas

6. June 29-July 2, 2015 –Köln, Germany (Maternushaus)

The Relationship of the Local to the Universal Church and the Role of the Petrine Ministry; Marian Dogmas

7. November 30-December 3, 2015 – Paderborn, Germany (Liborianum)

The Relationship of the Local to the Universal Church and the Role of the Petrine Ministry; Marian Dogmas

8. June 27-30, 2016 – Köln, Germany (Maternushaus)

The Relationship of the Local to the Universal Church and the Role of the Petrine Ministry; Marian Dogmas

9. December 5-8, 2016 – Paderborn, Germany (Liborianum)

The Relationship of the Local to the Universal Church and the Role of the Petrine Ministry; Marian Dogmas” – BERICHT: KIRCHE UND KIRCHENGEMEINSCHAFT – ERGÄNZUNGEN— Full-Text

CO-CHAIRS:

Archbishop Hans-Josef Becker, Paderborn (C)
Bishop Dr. Matthias Ring, Bonn, Germany (OC)

CO-SECRETARIES:

Msgr. Dr. Matthias Türk, Vatican City (C)
Pastor Mag. Martin Eisenbraun, Salzburg, Austria (OC)

 

The Old-Catholic participants are: Bishop Dr Matthias Ring, Bonn, (Germany), Co-President, Pastor Dr Wietse van der Velde, The Haag/Hilversum (Netherlands), Prof Dr Gunter Esser, Bonn (Germany), Prof emeritus Dr Urs von Arx, Bern, (Switzerland), Prof Dr Angelas Berlis (Switzerland) and Pastor Mag. Martin Eisenbraun, Salzburg, (Austria), Co-Secretary.

The Catholic participants are: Archbishop Hans-Josef Becker, Paderborn, (Germany), Co-President, Bishop Dr Hans van der Hende, Haarlem, (Netherlands), Catherdal Canon Huber Bour, Tübingen, (Germany), Prof emeritus Dr Heinrich J. F. Reinhardt, Bochum, (Germany), Prof emeritus Dr Hans Jörg Urban, Paderborn, (Germany) and Msgr Dr Matthias Turk (Vatican City), Co-Secretary.

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