A Catholic-Protestant Conversation: Seeking Unity in Our Common Faith in Christ

One of the signs of hope in Vancouver is the way the Holy Spirit is helping Catholics and Protestants to find inspiration and insight in each others traditions. From monastic spiritual disciplines to the Alpha Course, from a sacramental view of the cosmos to charismatic worship, from Catholic teaching on social justice to Protestant “missional” parish renewal – we are learning the joy of following Jesus together in a culture increasingly antagonistic to religion in general and Christianity in particular.

To explore this, we held a free public panel discussion at Coastal Church on March 1st, 2016 for people who wonder if it is possible to bridge the Protestant – Catholic divide and are curious about what difference that could make for their life of faith and for the mission of Jesus in metro Vancouver.

The session featured Dr Brett Salkeld of the Archdiocese of Regina, Dr Jeff Greenman of Regent College, and Dr Ray Bakke of Bakke Associates.


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