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‘With dispensations, and with regulations being understood in more sophisticated ways, interchurch marriages have ceased to be the major irritant in relations between our churches that they were. Rather, interchurch couples, that is couples committed to their own churches and also to the ecumenical ideal, need to be seen as God’s great gift to the churches’ search for unity.’  From a report by the bilateral dialogue group between the Roman Catholic Church and the Uniting Church in Australia: Interchurch Marriages: their Ecumenical Challenge and Significance for our Churches.’




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