ConsultationTopic
19. Helsinki 2016:
“Just Do It? Recognition and Reception in Ecumenical Relations”
President: Dagmar Heller
Secretary: Minna Hietamäki
18. Budapest 2014:
“Catholicity under Pressure: The Ambiguous Relationship between Diversity and Unity”
President: Dagmar Heller
Secretary: Péter Szentpétery
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17. Belfast 2012:
“Dialogue inside-out: Ecumenism encounters the religious”
President: Andrew Pierce
Secretary: Oliver Schuegraf
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16. Belgrade 2010:“Unity as a Challenge for Mission”
President: Peter de Mey
Secretary: Oliver Schuegraf
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15. Leuven 2008:“Re-Imagining religious Belonging. Ecumenical Responses to Changing Religiosity in Europe”
President: Ivana Noble
Secretary: Peter de Mey
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14. Prague/CZ 2006:“Ecumenism of Life as a Challenge for Academic Theology”.
President: Bernd Jochen Hilberath
Secretary: Peter de Mey
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13. Sibiu/RO 2004:“On the Way to Koinonia – Church Communion in Transition”.
President: Martien Brinkmann
Secretary: Ivana Noble
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12. Salisbury/UK 2002:“Conversion as an Element of the Personal, Social and Ecclesial Identity”.
President: Martien Brinkmann
Secretary: Dagmar Heller
11. Hamburg/FRG 2000:“Deus absconditus – ecclesia abscondita? Kenotic Theology and its Ecclesiological Implications”.
President: Johannes Brosseder
Secretary: Kajsa Ahlstrand
10. Uppsala/Sweden 1998:“The Ambivalence of Modernity and Ecumenical Research”.
President: Johannes Brosseder
Secretary: Kajsa Ahlstrand
9. Strasbourg/France 1996:“Ecumenical Theology and our ethnic/confessional Egoisms”.
President: Martin Conway
Secretary: Jörg Haustein
8. Utrecht/The Netherlands 1994:“Ecumenism and Hermeneutics”.
President: Anton Houtepen
Secretary: Jörg Haustein
7. Salamanca/Spain 1992:“Europe beyond 1992 – The Redefining of the Ecumenical Quest”.
President: Anton Houtepen
Secretary: Thomas Bremer
6. Dublin/Eire/Ireland 1990:“The Holy Spirit as Living Coherence”.
President: Alan Falconer
Secretary: Thomas Bremer
5. Bossey/Switzerland 1988:“Universality and Con-textuality: Studies for an Ecumenical Ecclesiology”.
President: Alan Falconer
Secretary: Thomas Bremer
4. Erfurt/GDR 1986:“Ecclesiological Neutrality in the Ecumenical Movement?”
President: Jos Vercruysse
Secretary: Christine Lienemann-Perrin
3. Rome/Italy 1984:“Formation of Confession: Con-tinuity and Renewal”.
President: Jos Vercruysse
Secretary: Erich Geldbach
2. Sandbjerg/Denmark 1982:“The Holy Spirit and the Unity of the Church”.
President: Lars Thunberg
Secretary: Heinz-Günther Stobbe
1. Münster/FRG 1980:“Theological Consensus and its Reception by the Churches”.
President: Alexander J. Bronkhorst
Secretary Heinz-Günther Stobbe