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Anglican Primate Rowan Williams speaks to Catholic Bishops about his ideas on the New Evangelization

Rowan WilliamsArchbishop of Canterbury“For so many of my own generation, even beyond the boundaries of the Roman Catholic Church, that Council was a sign of great promise, a sign that the Church was strong enough to ask itself some demanding questions about whether its culture and structures were adequate to the task of sharing the Gospel with the complex, often rebellious, always restless mind of the modern world”.One of the main novelties of Vatican II was precisely openness to dialogue and collaboration with other Christian denominations.JMBAA-GdP-BN