Welcome to the page for Christian Unity
Croeso i dudalen Undod Cristnogol
Christian Unity Commission
The Commission for Christian Unity was established by the Archbishop to promote within the diocese the commitment to seek with other Christian traditions a deeper unity in Christ.
Chair: Mrs Carys Whelan
Contact: Mrs Carys Whelan
Tel: 01446 772888
Belmont monks sing Vespers at Cardiff Cathedral
On Sunday, 20th January 2013, at the invitation of the Archbishop of Cardiff, the Most Reverend George Stack, the Belmont Community sang Vespers at St David's Cathedral, Cardiff to mark the annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.
Abbot Paul preached on the "Origins of the Welsh Church in Celtic times". Although the congregation was small due to the adverse weather conditions the celebration went very well everyone present felt it was a fitting start to the week of Prayer for Christian Unity.
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2013
What does God require of us?
The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2013 comes to us from an ecumenical group in South India. They have reflected upon their own context and offer to us a theme that calls us to respond to the obligations to act justly in the world.
The text is taken from Micah 6.6-8.
To find out more about the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity,follow the link... http://www.ctbi.org.uk/607
WOMEN'S WORLD DAY OF PRAYER
MARCH 2013 France
"I was a stranger and you welcomed me."
Information is available from the Women's World Day of Prayer website.
The origin of Women's World Day of Prayer
Christian Unity Newsletter
Read the C.U. newsletter for June 2011
Read the C.U. newsletter for September 2011
Read the C.U. newsletter for July 2012
Read the C.U. newsletter for Winter 2012
Below is a variety of quotations from religious and spiritual leaders:
The Covenanted Churches in Wales 2010-2015
Covenanting for Mission
The Gathering, Aberystwyth October 2012
Read all about it at...
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2012 was celebrated at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint David, Cardiff. Lord Griffiths of Burry Port gave the address.
Reverend Dr. Leslie Griffiths spoke persuasively on 'The Religious Landscape of Wales at the beginning of the 21st Century', deftly encapsulating the peaks and troughs of the life of faith in Wales. He challenged the Catholic Church in Wales to be more involved in social and public life, and to live and share the wonderful fruits of the Second Vatican Council, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of its inauguration by Pope John XXIII this year.
To read the talk by Lord Griffiths click on TALK
To read the response given by Mgr. Bob Reardon, to the Provincial Ecumenical Commission Meeting,
Together in Christ
These leaflets, published by the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales, help to promote Christian unity and cooperation at parish level.
Other interesting websites are:
Cytûn Churches Together in Wales.
Churches Togetherin Britain and Ireland.