Something to declare

Checkpoint for Christian unity

Over a weekend in November, veterans of the ecumenical movement gathered in Indianapolis to celebrate the career of the dean of North American ecumenists, Paul A. Crow Jr., who retires at the end of this year from his post as president of the Council on Christian Unity of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).

The event was also an occasion for reminiscences, frank talk and in­formed dreams about the search for Christian unity. Crow invited some 25 participants to submit brief papers outlining what they view as the crucial issues, and these comments formed the basis for a symposium.


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