fn11) Paul D. Murray (ed.), Receptive Ecumenism and the Call to Catholic Learning (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008).
fn22) As the Catechism of the Catholic Church insists (London: Geoffrey Chapman, 1994), pp. 441-2 (#2037-2040).
fn33) Paul Avis, Ecumenical Theology and the Elusiveness of Doctrine (London: SPCK; Cambridge, MA: Cowley Publications, 1986). Cf. Anglican – Roman Catholic International Commission, The Final Report (London: SPCK/CTS, 1982).
fn44) Paul Murray, Reason, Truth and Theology in Pragmatist Perspective (Leuven: Peeters, 2004). Nicholas Rescher, A System of Pragmatic Idealism, 3 vols (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1992, 1993, 1994).
fn55) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000. See also Healy’s ‘Practices and the New Ecclesiology: Misplaced Concreteness?’, International Journal of Systematic Theology, 5 (2003), pp. 287-308.
fn66) The Church of the Triune God: The Cyprus Statement of the International Commission for Anglican-Orthodox Theological Dialogue 2006 (London: Anglican Consultative Council, 2006), pp. 97-98. On reception see also Paul Avis, Reshaping Ecumenical Theology: The Church Made Whole? (London and New York, 2008), chapter 5: ‘Towards a Deeper Reception of “Reception”‘.
fn77) George Tavard, ‘For a Theology of Dialogue’, One in Christ, 15 (1979), p. 15.
fn88) See further Paul Avis, Reshaping Ecumenical Theology, chapter 4: ‘The Hermeneutics of Unity’.
fn99) John D. Zizioulas, Communion and Otherness, ed. Paul McPartlan, Foreword by Rowan Williams (London and New York: T&T Clark, 2006), pp. 5-6, italics original.
fn1010) Groupe des Dombes, For the Conversion of the Churches, trans. James Grieg (Geneva: WCC, 1993).
fn1111) LG 8; UR 22: ‘… the ecclesial communities separated from us lack the fullness of unity with us which flows from baptism, and … have not preserved the proper reality of the eucharistic mystery in its fullness [Latin: genuinam atque integram substantiam Mysterii eucharistici], especially because of the absence of the sacrament of Orders’: Austin Flannery, OP, Vatican Council II: The Conciliar and Post-Conciliar Documents (Northport. NY: Costello Publishing Company; Dublin: Dominican Publications, 1998 ), p. 469.
fn1212) For an exploration of the therapeutic paradigm of Christian ministry and mission see Paul Avis, A Church Drawing Near: Spirituality and Mission in a Post-Christian Culture (London and New York: T&T Clark, 2003), chapter 2: ‘For the Healing of the Nations’.
fn1313) Walter Kasper, Harvesting the Fruits: Basic Aspects of Christian Faith in Ecumenical Dialogue (London and New York: Continuum, 2009).
fn1414) See further Paul D. Murray, ‘Receptive Ecumenism and Ecclesial Learning: Receiving Gifts for Our Needs’, Louvain Studies 33 (2008), pp. 30-45. Id., ‘Expanding Catholicity through Ecumenicity in the Work of Yves Congar: Ressourcement, Receptive Ecumenism and Catholic Reform’, International Journal of Systematic Theology, 13.3 (2011), pp. 272-302. Also Gabriel Flynn and Paul D Murray (eds), Ressourcement: A Movement for Renewal in Twentieth Century Catholic Theology (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012).
fn1515) The great twentieth-century Romanian Orthodox theologian Dumitru Staniloae held out a similar vision to that of RE: ‘open sorbornicity’, a spirit of acceptance of every valid theological insight in non-Orthodox traditions, but without capitulating to relativism; see Radu Bordeianu, Dumitru Staniloae: An Ecumenical Ecclesiology (Theological Investigations 13, London and New York: T&T Clark, 2011), pp. 27-29.