F R O M B E I N G O N E T O B E C O M I N G O N E The efforts o f Belgian a n d Dutch Catholics f o r the unity o f the churches, 1919 - 19651 J.Y.H.A. J a c o b s 1. I n t r o d u c t i o n The Second Vatican Council (1962-1965) had a profound influence upon the involvement o f the Roman Catholic Church in the ecumenical movement which came into existence at the beginning o f the century. Almost all documents which came out o f this church meeting, reflect the realisation that promoting the unity o f all christians was one o f the most important aims o f the Council. O f the sixteen final documents, it is the decree Uuitatis Redintegratio which plays a key role in this respect. This decree was promulgated on November 21, 1964, and deals with the Catholic participation in the ecumenical movement. Chapter one bears the title "The Catholic principles on participation in the ecumenical movement". In the draft text, which had been submitted to the Council fathers
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