John Couretas at AOI has an interesting post on a proposed joint Orthodox/Catholic project to combat secularism. John writes:
Robert Moynihan, editor of the Inside the Vatican newsletter, is in Moscow visiting with Archbishop Hilarion of Volokolamsk and other church people. He reports that “the Russian Orthodox have now decided to engage with Catholics, and others, in a collaboration which can be compared to an actual alliance against the great social evils of our day, not only in Russia, but also throughout Europe and the world.” Moynihan says that this effort will be directed by a new think tank, the St. Gregory Nazianzus Foundation, which has the blessing of Patriarch Kirill.
All I can say is how do I sign up? This is EXACTLY what I think the two Churches need to do both to combat secularism and as a practical step toward reconciliation.
Read the whole of Moyinhan’s report here: Letter #49, from Moscow, Foundation – iContact Community.