Monday, July 11, 2016
As The Final Roman Emperor Preps His Appearance, Over 300 Denominations Join Petrus Romanus In Push Toward One World Church
Some 1,700 Christians from around 300 denominations have met in Munich for a ‘Together in Europe’ gathering of the Ecumenical Congress promoting unity between Catholics, Protestants and Evangelicals.
In a meeting supported by Pope Francis and Orthodox Patriarch Bartholomew I, leaders of the Catholic Church, the Anglican Church, several Orthodox Churches, Protestant denominations and free evangelical denominations including some Baptists and Pentecostals debated for three days about how to walk towards “encounter, reconciliation and hope in a better future.”
The Congress finished with an open air rally attended by around 5,000 people under the banner: “500 years of division is enough – unity is possible”. German YMCA leader Gerhard Pross said: “The division amongst Christians in Europe is a wound, but it does not have to be open forever…500 years are enough.”