Representatives of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity and the World Council of Churches have begun five days of meetings in Bossey, Switzerland, devoted to examining the status of their ecumenical relations.
Their joint working group, founded in 1965, is currently co-moderated
by Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin and Romanian Orthodox
Metropolitan Nifon of Targoviste.
Topics for discussion, according to the World Council of Churches,
include migrants and refugees, justice and peace, the environment,
evangelization, marriage and the family, key documents written by Pope
Francis, and “finding doctrinal common ground.”