Exploring ARCIC II

Looking towards a Church fully reconciled

50 years of ARCIC
The Anglican – Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC) was established by Archbishop of Canterbury Michael Ramsey and Pope Paul VI in 1967. After the final report of ARCIC I in 1981, a further five agreed statements have been issued by ARCIC II. These are accompanied by commentaries in its final report, which was presented to Pope Francis and Archbishop Welby in October 2016.

On 31 May 2017 the University of Divinity will host a series of events, presented in collaboration by the Australian Anglican-Roman Catholic Conversation (AustARC), Catholic Theological College, Trinity College Theological School and Yarra Theological Union, to review and explore the work of ARCIC over the last
50 years.

Date: Wednesday 31 May 2017
Venue: Trinity College, Royal Parade, Parkville

Register for the Colloquium and/or Book Launch by following the link below. 
RSVP for Knox Lecture
(by 26 May) to Jill Doncovio | jill.doncovio@ctc.edu.au


Enquiries to
Meg Nelson | (03) 9853 3177   mnelson@divinity.edu.au

1:30pm | Colloquium
An academic symposium on the work of ARCIC II. Speakers:
Denis Stanley, Bradly Billings, Frances Baker, Dorothy Lee, Lindsay Urwin, Terry Curtin
Location | Old Warden’s Lodge

5:oopm | Book Launch
Bishop Terry Curtin and Archbishop Philip Freier (Catholic and Anglican Archbishops of Melbourne) formally launch ARCIC II’s final report:
Looking towards a Church fully reconciled
Speaker: Charles Sherlock (co-editor & ARCIC member)
Location | Old Warden’s Lodge

7:3opm | Knox Lecture
Catholic Theological College’s Cardinal Knox Public Lecture by Denis Edwards who will review the significance of the documents in the light of ecumenical progress since Vatican II, and propose future priorities for theology, dialogue, church leadership and local pastoral activity.
Location | The Gateway Lecture Theatre

Download the event poster

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