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Sharing with Mary

by Margaret Duggan

IT HAD been Canon Alan Wilkinson’s idea. Some 120 Roman Catholics and Anglicans spent “A day with Mary” in St John’s Roman Catholic Cathedral in Portsmouth

  It was the first local ecumenical response to the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC) document Mary, Grace and Hope in Christ, published in 2006, says Canon Wilkinson from Portsmouth Cathedral. The speakers were the Assistant General Secretary to the RC Bishops’ ...

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