Changes of ecumenism in the time of transformation

Monday 18 November 2019, 12:00

Changes of ecumenism. Theologians from the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary or Ukraine discussed the recent development of relations between Christian churches at the Cyril and Methodius Faculty of Theology during a two-day meeting. According to Robert Svatoň from the organizing Institute of Intercultural, Inter-Religious and Ecumenical Research and Dialogue, churches were closer to each other before 1989 thanks to resistance to the regime, but political and social changes still affect relations between churches today.
Photo: Martin Višňa


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