Anglican/Roman Catholic Dialogues
The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Anglican Church of Canada established a Dialogue in 1971 to advance mutual understanding and promote the goal of full and visible unity between the two churches. Four years later, a second bilateral dialogue was established between the Bishops of the two churches, known as the Anglican Roman Catholic Bishops’ Dialogue.
The joint statements below document the work of the Anglican/Roman Catholic Bishops’ Dialogue sponsored by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) and the Anglican Church of Canada.
Also listed, as indicated on the statements themselves, are those documents produced by the Anglican/Roman Catholic Dialogue on which the CCCB, through its officially appointed representatives (Bishops as well as others), participates along with officially appointed representatives of the Anglican Church of Canada (likewise its Bishops as well as others).
The views and ideas expressed in the joint statements, unless otherwise stated, are those of the participants; they are not usually issued as official statements by either of the sponsoring bodies, nor do they necessarily reflect the views, positions or ideas of the CCCB.