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that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you... (John 17:21)Seeking brotherly unity and living it out is a duty that we all have – can we avoid doing everything possible with God’s help to pull down the walls of division and mistrust, which hinder the preaching of the Gospel of Salvation? 1
I in them and you in me--so that they may be brought to complete unity...(John 17:23)
This work is not easy, because of the long lasting, inheritance from past misunderstandings, which cause the deplorable divisions between believers, demand love and courage arising out of the truth, and also the will to forgive and be reconciled.2
We would like - as the Encyclical recommends – to take up this subject with repentant hearts and prayer, through listening to the Holy Spirit, who teaches us to know the signs of times clearly. 3
Divisions and separation have been present in Church history, that is true, but can the believers today turn out to be those approved (1Cor. 11:19) and willing to take another step towards reconciliation? Not only for their own sake, but for the Church to reveal the glory of Jesus, so that the world would know Him and believe that Jesus is the Messiah sent by the Father (John 17:22-23) and to move His chosen people to jealousy (Rom. 11:14) and turn their hearts to the way of salvation in the blessed HaMashiach.
- Division in the Church (The Body of Christ) – the History of the Separation Between Jews and the Gentile Believers
- "The Replacement Virus": The Consequences of the Division in the History of Christianity
- Coming Back to Jerusalem: The Need of Jerusalem Council II for the Renewal of the Church
- Practical Steps of the Concept:
- New ecumenism
- Appeal to the Church
- Prayer for Israel in Houses of Prayer
- TJCII = Intercession + Advocacy + Diplomacy
- Role of Fellowships (ENC and Other Networks)
- Diversity In Devotion – Practical Guidelines for Co-existence
bp. Andrzej Siemieniewski - after his ordination and work as a vicar, he served as an assistant to youth movements and religious associations. He was also the Archbishop’s vicar for priestly formation. He served at retreats mainly in Light-Life Movement (widely known as the Oasis Movement) and in Catholic Charismatic Renewal.
After obtaining a Masters of Theology degree at the Pontifical Faculty of Theology in Wroclaw he was sent to Rome for further studies at the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas, which he finished in 1991 by defending his academic dissertation The Components of Priestly Spirituality in the Thought of Hans von Balthasar.
After returning to Poland, he served as a spiritual director at the Metropolitan Seminary in Wrocław and taught at the Pontifical Faculty of Theology. In 1993–1995, he served as the director of the library for both the Seminary and the Faculty. In 1997 he presented his work Evangelical Spirituality of the New Birth and Catholic Tradition for the habilitation in theology. From 1998 to 2001, he was the vice-rector of the Pontifical Faculty of Theology. Currently, he is the head of the Department of Theology of Spirituality at the Pontifical Faculty of Theology in Wrocław.
Johannes Fichtenbauer was born 1956 in Vienna, Austria.He holds an Masters in Catholic Theology and serves as head deacon in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vienna.
Johannes has been married for 30 years. Johannes, and his wife, Christi, were involved in the beginnings of the Charismatic Renewal of the Catholic Church in the early 70's.They founded an ecumenical charismatic covenant community, which now has 150 adult members serving to promote unity of the Body of Christ in Austria.
Johannes is the president of the ENC, a network of like-minded covenant communities throughout Europe.He also is one of the founders of the "Weg der Versöhnung" (path for reconciliation), which is the broadest ecumenical initiative in Austria.In addition to his other involvements, Johannes is an active Executive Committee member of Toward Jerusalem Council II.
|Daniel Lim is the CEO at the Mission Base of International House of Prayer (IHOP-KC). He is a prophetic teacher and leader whom Lord has used him to build relationships bewtween IHOP-KC and the nations. |
In 2007 Daniel opened up an opportunity for Polish training program in Kansas City, which has become an annual event since, taking place November, 1-10.
Before Daniel went to IHOP-KC, he served as a Baptist pastor in South-East Asia, preaching the gospel of salvation, planting churches and engaging in works of mercy. Daniel teaches at conferences, churches, universities, and seminaries across the nations. His wife, Levi, also serves on the leadership team at IHOP-KC. The Lord blessed Daniel and Levi with two children, Samuel and Emmanuel. Emmanuel went home to be with Lord while they were ministering in Myanmar during the crisis relief effort following Cyclone Nargis in 2008.
- JPII, Encyclical "Ut Unum Sint", 2