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2 August 27, 1993 Historic Continued from page 1 Church's "'irrevocable" com- mitment to ecumenism and the restoration of Christian unity. Discussions throughout the meeting reflected a tension in the ecumenical movement over what role in ecumenism should be held by the Faith and Order movement itself traditionally viewed as focus- /ng on theological and doctri- nal dialogue over how churches can reach greater unity in what they believe and in the ways they struc- ture their internal life and ministry. The final message reaf- firmed the central character of such theological dialogue in the ecumenical agenda, while suggesting at the same time that theological dialogue needs to address common is- sues of poverty, justice and ecology as well. "'While our particular focus at this conference has been the visible unity of the church, the horizon of our work has been the wider reach of God's love .... The significance for koinonia of common ethical commitment and action has been firmly placed on the Faith and Order agenda," the final mes- sage said. The message also urged an- other level of ecumenical commitment by the churches. Referring back to the Third World Conference on Faith and Order, held in 1952 in Lund, Sweden, the message said: "'The churches have made some progress in implement- ing the 1052 Lurid principle that they should "act together in all matters except those in which deep differences of conviction compel them to act separately.' But they must go further. Unity today calls for structures of mutual ac- countability," The message itself did not elaborate on what such struc- tures might be or what "'mu- tual accountability" might mean, but a message Aug. 10 from Greek Orthodox Arch- bishop Iakovos of North and South America suggested some of the issues involved. The New York-based arch- bishop was unable to attend the meeting for health rea- sons, but his ecumenical offi- cer, Father Milton D, Efthimiou, read his message. In it Archbishop Iakovos warned of a number of trends he considered ecumenically disturbing. "'For the moment, we con- tinue to rend Christ's robe with theological and ethical liberalism, ill-considered or- dinations, heretofore un- known to the policy of the church, with scandals, both financial and sexual, with II J persistent discussions over the recognition of avowedly homosexual communities all of which 'impede the way toward a genuinely new fu- ture," he said. Reflecting Orthod' anger activities of !stern at churches in Eastern urope and Russia, he criticized con- tinued talk of "'uniatism or re-evangelizing peoples who have been Christian for cen- turies but have had the mis- fortune to live in the darkness of martyrdom during the 70- year sway of communist athe- ism." Among the Catholics dele- gates at the conference were: -- U.S. Christian Brother Jeffrey Gros, former director of the Faith and Order Com- mission of the U.S. National Council of Churches and now an official of the U.S. bish- ops' Secretariat for Ecumeni- cal and Interreligious Affairs. -- Dominican Father Jean- Marie Tillard of Ottawa, Canada, a vice moderator of the WCC Faith and Order Commission and a commis- sion member since 1968 when Catholics first joined it. -- Sister of Charity Donna Geernaert, an ecumenical of- ricer of the Canadian bishops' conference and head of the Faith and Witness Committee of the Canadian Council of Churches. -- Four bishops, including the head of the Catholic dele- gation, Bishop Paul-Werner Scheele of Wurzburg, Ger- many, who is head of the Ger- man bishops' ecumenical committee, co-chair of the in- ternational Catholic-Lutheran dialogue and first Catholic bishop to have been ap- pointed a member of the WCC Faith and Order Com- mission. 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