What is the problem with Ecumenism? Ep. 10

May 19, 2015
District of Australia
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The modern concept of Ecumenism is associated with the attainment of worldwide religious unity through such events as the Assisi interreligious prayer meetings or dialoguing sessions.

This Modernist notion of Ecumenism contradicts the Catholic one, which is the duty to universally spread the One, True Faith of Our Lord Jesus Christ for the salvation of souls.

In Episode 10 of our FAQ video series, we will examine the post-conciliar notion of Ecumenism, one of the most confusing novelties of the Second Vatican Council.

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