• (adj): Of worldwide scope or applicability.
    Example: "The shrewdest political and ecumenical comment of our time"- Christopher Morley
    Synonyms: cosmopolitan, oecumenical, general, universal, worldwide
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on ecumenical:

Timeline Of Religion - Middle Ages (5th To 15th Century) - 5th To 9th Century
... and the western Syrian Church 431 The third Ecumenical Council, the Council of Ephesus, is held as a result of the controversial teachings of Nestorius, of Constantinople ... Originally convened as an Ecumenical council, its ecumenicality is rejected and is denounced as a latrocinium by the Chalcedonian. 451 The fourth Ecumenical Council, the Council of Chalcedon rejects the Eutychian doctrine of monophysitism, adopts the Chalcedonian Creed, reinstated those deposed in 449 and deposed ...
List Of Heresies In Catholicism
... officially declares a heresy only at an ecumenical council, and currently only accepts the First seven Ecumenical Councils as ecumenical ... Further information First seven Ecumenical Councils ...
List Of Greeks Who Were Born Outside Modern Greece - Clerics
1873–1956) Chili, Ottoman Empire Ecumenical Patriarch Joachim III of Constantinople (1834–1912) Constantinople, Ottoman Empire Ecumenical Patriarch Maximus V of Constantinople (1897–1972 ...
Maria Regina Martyrum - Ecumenical Activities
... There is a close Ecumenical cooperation with the nearby Protestant Church of Plötzensee, which is also designed as a memorial for the victims of National Socialism ... The most important ecumenical memorial events of these churches are the Ecumenical Plötzensee Days every January and the annual anniversary of the assassination-attempt of 20 July 1944 ...
Catholic Ecumenical Councils
... Catholic Ecumenical Councils include 21 councils over a period of 1700 years ... history, in today's Roman Catholic understanding Ecumenical Councils are assemblies of Patriarchs, Cardinals, residing Bishops, Abbots, male heads of religious orders and ... Ecumenical councils are different from provincial councils, where bishops of a Church province or region meet ...

More definitions of "ecumenical":

  • (adj): Concerned with promoting unity among churches or religions.
    Example: "Ecumenical thinking"; "ecumenical activities"; "the ecumenical movement"
    Synonyms: ecumenic, oecumenic, oecumenical

Famous quotes containing the word ecumenical:

    Were it possible so to accelerate the intercourse between every part of the globe that all its inhabitants could be united under the superintending authority of an ecumenical Council, how great a portion of human evils would be avoided.
    James Madison (1751–1836)