Video: Vercammen, Whalon discuss full communion

By Matthew Davies
Posted Oct 23, 2013

[Episcopal News Service] Archbishop Joris Vercammen of the Old Catholic Churches of the Union of Utrecht and Bishop Pierre Whalon of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe talk about their churches’ long-standing full communion relationship and the benefits of entering into deeper communion.


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  1. Good exchange Pierre, and good to be reminded that fuller communion is always to be sought.

  2. Robert w. Scruggs says:

    Perhaps the ‘deeper communion’ will spread to this country. Of course, hoping for a deeper communion between the Episcopal Church (of which I am a member) and the Roman Catholic Church is ironic, when the present members of the Episcopal Church and the former members (who call themselves Anglicans) are not really in communion with each other. We can only hope for the best. Oh, yes, I also hope for a deeper communion with the Lutheran Church (and/or the divisions thereof). As Alexander Pope said, “Hope springs eternal …”

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