John BorelliOctober 01, 2012
How the work of Christian unity got started
John BorelliAugust 29, 2011
Mainstream and middle class
John BorelliJuly 18, 2011
'Ut Unum Sint' and the prospects of uniting the Eastern and Western churches
John BorelliFebruary 22, 2010
Catholic-Jewish relations in the United States have grown strained.
John BorelliFebruary 05, 2007
The surprise and happy outcome of the papal visit to Turkey in late November might best be summarized in the pope’s own words to Ali Bardakoglu, head of Turkey’s department of religious affairs: “The best way forward is via authentic dialogue between Christians and Muslims, based o
John BorelliOctober 23, 2006
Twenty-seven years after Pope John XXIII announced to the cardinals that he would call an ecumenical council, another pope announced that he would consult with world religious leaders to organize with them a special meeting of prayer for peace, in the city of Assisi. Pope John Paul II chose the same
John BorelliOctober 24, 2005
The final volume of the History of Vatican II series (Orbis 1995-2005) presents Nostra Aetate as “the outcome of one of John XXIII’s original insights.” Ever since the idea for that declaration originated as a request in 1960 to reformulate Christian teaching, preaching and cateche
John BorelliAugust 26, 2000
Progress in unity among Christians does not occur step by step. Communions of Christians do not stand still. They are constantly developing within themselves and forming new communions, sometimes adopting new structures and practices, at other times recovering ways that were once held in common. As