2014 | 61 | 7: Teologia Ekumeniczna | 5-34
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The Anglican—Roman Catholic Dialogue and Its Reception

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Dialog anglikańsko-rzymskokatolicki i jego recepcj
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Article explores the process of recognition and/or reception of the agreed statements of the Anglican—Roman Catholic dialogue by the Churches involved, namely, the Anglican Communion and the Roman Catholic Church. By Anglican-Roman Catholic dialogue, it understands the official dialogue between both communions on an international level, which was en¬trusted to the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC). Article presents different stages of the dialogue, its place within its mandating churches and its results. The notions of “reception” and “recognition” provide a hermeneutical key to interpret ARCIC influence over both Churches, ecumenical movement and ecumenical theology.
Artykuł analizuje proces uznania i/albo recepcji uzgodnień dialogu anglikańsko-rzymsko-katolickiego prowadzonego przez zaangażowane Kościoły. Przez dialog katolicko-anglikański rozumiemy oficjalny dialog prowadzony na szczeblu międzynarodowym, który został przez oba Kościoły powierzony Międzynarodowej Komisji Anglikańsko-Rzymskokatolickiej (Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commision, ARCIC). Poszczególne etapy tego dialogu prowadzone były przez Komisje ARCIC I, ARCIC II i ARCIC III.
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