Luis V. Romeu
Burns & Oates, 1965 - Christian union - 203 pages
Twenty-six pioneers of ecumenism were asked two questions: Why did you involve yourself in the ecumenical movement and what hopes do you place in that movement today? The answers, sometimes direct and sometimes very indirect, are in each case personal so that we have here what amount to the ecumenical confessions of the vanguard of the contemporary ecumenical movement.
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