Interchurch Families: Resources for Ecumenical Hope : Catholic/Reformed Dialogue in the United States

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John C. Bush, Patrick R. Cooney
Westminster John Knox Press, 1. jaan 2002 - 91 pages
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Marriage and families are becoming increasingly complex. No longer can any of us speak with simplicity about what a "typical" family is like, now that our vocabulary includes words like "single parent," "blended," and "multi-faith." Inerfaith Families is a brief, usable book designed for ministers and priests to use with congregants who are entering into, or are already in, an interchurch (Reformed-Catholic) marriage. It can also be useful for laity involved in interchurch families.

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Contents

Sharing Life Together
1
Pastors and CongregationsParishes
11
Our Common Baptism
21
The Church
33
The Covenant of Marriage
45
The Eucharist
57
Some Practical Issues
71
Glossary
81
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About the author (2002)

John C. Bush is a Presbyterian pastor who has served congregations in Michigan and Alabama. He is co-Chair of the Presbyterian and Reformed/Roman Catholic Dialogue.

Patrick R. Cooney is Bishop of Gaylord, Michigan and co-Chair of the Presbyterian and Reformed/Roman Catholic Dialogue.

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