Christian Unity in Rome: Anglican Ecclesiology and Ecumenism

Hosted by Nashotah House Seminary & The Living Church Institute
January 17-25, 2019

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Description

With Rome as the backdrop, this course will take place at the Anglican Centre in Rome and the Centro Pro Unione, and will focus on the history and development of Anglican ecclesiology as an ecumenical enterprise. Participants will share in the daily Office and Mass, participate in events around Rome in observance of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, as well as the following:

  • Worship at St. Paul’s within the Walls, an Episcopal parish in Rome
  • Tour the Coliseum
  • Visit the Sistine Chapel
  • Tour the Vatican Museums
  • Worship with the ecumenical community of Sant’Egidio
  • Tour the Scavi, the burial site of St. Peter underneath the famed basilica that stands at the heart of the Vatican
  • Visit the Catacombs where we’ll share in a celebration of the Eucharist
  • Visit the excavations under Santa Maria in Via Lata, where St. Paul was held under house arrest

Instructors:

The Rev. Dr. Matthew S. C. Olver, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Liturgics and Pastoral Theology
Nashotah House Theological Seminary

Dr. Christopher Wells
Affiliate Faculty Member, Nashotah House Theological Seminary
Executive Director of The Living Church Foundation

The Rev. Dr. John Yueh-Han Yieh, Ph.D.
The Molly Laird Downs Professor in New Testament
Virginia Theological Seminary

 

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