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The results of a fifty-year means of learn, this article represents the theological convergence that has been accomplished, via a long time of debate, lower than the suggestions of the Holy Spirit.
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B. THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS The materials may be used both for worship and for study. In so doing the hope is that there will be a common search by the churches to deepen their worship and spirituality, teach their doctrine, nurture their witness, and to engage in activities of justice and service while advancing Christian unity. Use in ecumenical contexts In union negotiations In bilateral conversations In councils of churches — national, regional and local In other ecumenical societies Use within churches In theological education In committees on church relations In church assemblies In councils, synods and conferences of ministers In lay study groups In regular acts of worship Wherever possible all churches are encouraged to share and compare their study results across confessional, national and cultural boundaries.
The Church as the body of Christ and the eschatological people of God is constituted by the Holy Spirit through a diversity of gifts or ministries. Among these gifts a ministry of episkopé is necessary to express and safeguard the unity of the body. Every church needs this ministry of unity in some form in order to be the Church of God, the one body of Christ, a sign of the unity of all in the Kingdom. 22 24. The threefold pattern stands evidently in need of reform. In some churches the collegial dimension of leadership in the eucharistic community has suffered diminution.
30 APPENDIX A. THE MATERIALS 1. Growing Together in Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry (Geneva, WCC, 1982) is a discussion guide written by William H. Lazareth for lay study groups. It is brief, inexpensive, written in a lively style, and addressed primarily to the general reader. 2. Ecumenical Perspectives on Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry (Geneva, WCC, 1983) is a volume of theological essays edited by Fr Max Thurian which provides doctrinal and liturgical scholars with fuller treatments of the technical issues involved.
Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry by World Council Of Churches