POPE HAS RECEIVED AN ECUMENICAL, CATHOLIC AND LUTHERAN DELEGATION OF FINLAND
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POPE HAS RECEIVED AN ECUMENICAL, CATHOLIC AND LUTHERAN DELEGATION OF FINLAND

Vatican City : Vatican City | Jan 19, 2012 at 1:37 PM PST
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As it is habit with reason of St. Henry's party, the Sacred Father received to an ecumenical delegation of Finland represented by the Catholic bishop Teemu Sippo, of Helsinki and the Lutheran bishop Seppo Hakkinen, of Mikkeli. "Our deep friendship and the testimony common of Jesus Christ, the Sacred Father said, especially before today's world that it sometimes lacks a true address and he yearns to listen the salvation message, it is necessary to progress in the resolution of our differences and in that of the matters that divide the Christian."


According to Pope: It is "necessary that the Christian reach a deep agreement in anthropology topics, so that they can help this way to the society and the politicians to make wise decisions and you joust in important matters that concern to the human life, the family and the sexuality. In the recent document of bilateral dialogue in the Finnish and Swedish, reflective context the approach among Catholic and Lutherans in the understanding of the doctrine of the justification."

And their Sanctity finishes saying that he has yearning for the full and visible unit of the Christian.

The Sacred Father always so guessed right in their words.

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Turku Cathedral
Turku Cathedral, the Mother Church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland, and the country's national shrine. It is the central church of the Archdiocese of Turku. and the seat of the Archbishop of Finland. It is also regarded as one of the major records of Finnish architectural history.
CATALINABELEMAR is based in Madrid, Madrid, Spain, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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