The work of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC), now in its third phase, is of immense ecumenical significance. This volume brings together for the first time the five Agreed Statements of ARCIC II. It offers critical analyses of their contexts and of responses made, together with resources to promote the reception of ARCIC II’s work by the Anglican Communion and the Catholic Church. Looking towards a Church fully reconciled also looks forward, anticipating what it will mean to live in a fully reconciled Church. Its editors trust that such reflection on the ARCIC heritage will serve the mission of God through the reconciled people of God, walking ever more closely together.
Looking Towards a Church Fully Reconciled The Final Report of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission 1983-2005 (ARCIC II)