278 Ecclesiology Editorial 279 Editorial Overcoming Prejudice on the Path to Unity Ecclesiology 3.3 (2007) 279–282 DOI: 10.1177/1744136607077152 © 2007 SAGE Publications (Los Angeles, London, New Delhi and Singapore) http://ECC.sagepub.com T his issue of Ecclesiology contains an evaluation by Bishop Mark Santer of the remarkable encyclical issued by Pope John Paul II in 1995, Ut Unum Sint . As Anglican Co-Chairman of the second round of ARCIC (the Anglican–Roman Catholic International Commission), Mark Santer brings a unique perspective to this historic document. His article is a reminder that the dialogue on Ut Unum Sint still continues. A couple of years ago the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity issued informally a discussion paper on the responses to the encyclical, but now the trail seems to have gone cold. The encyclical must rate as one of the most constructive and irenic of all statements of the Roman Catholic Church relating to ecumenism. The Church of England’s response May They All Be One (Church House Publishing, 1997) noted that ‘the fact of the Encyclical is in itself a source of great joy’ (p. 4). In his article ‘A Roman Catholic Understanding of Ecumenical Dialogue’ in Ecclesiology 2.2 (2006), Bishop Michael
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