Graymoor Ecumenical & Interreligious Institute

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2006


he Graymoor Ecumenical & Interreligious Institute is a ministry of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement, located at The Interchurch Center in New York City with a Business Office at Graymoor in Garrison, New York. The Graymoor Institute promotes ecumenism and interreligious understanding through its support of theological dialogue, research and publication. The Institute publishes Ecumenical Trends, a journal of ecumenical and interreligious articles, news and dialogue. The Institute produces resources in print and on this website for the annual observance of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (traditionally January 18-25). A staff of ecumenists and scholars-at-large serves local, national and international communities in dialogues, lectures and workshops to promote Christian unity and interreligious understanding. The Graymoor Institute’s staff serves on the Commission on Faith and Order of the National Council of Churches of Christ USA . Visit our Society of the Atonement and our Centro Pro Unione.  

        Main Office
        Ms. Elizabeth Matos, Secretary
       Graymoor Ecumenical & Interreligious Institute
        475 Riverside Drive Room 1960
        New York, NY 10115-1999
        phone: 212-870-2330 / fax: 212-870-2001

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        Business Office
        Mrs. Veronica Sullivan, Business Manager
       Graymoor Ecumenical & Interreligious Institute
        P0 Box 300
        Garrison, NY 10524
        Phone: 800-338-2620 x2109 & 845-424-2109 / fax: 845-424-2163
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W`eek Of Prayer for Christian Unity 2006

The theme and scripture for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2006
Where two or three are gathered in my name...
(Matthew 18:15-22)
El tema y la escritura de la Semana de Oración por la Unidad Cristiana 2006
Donde hay dos o tres reunidos en mi nombre...
(Mateo 18:15-22)

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Ecumenical Trends
    Ecumenical Trends is a monthly (except August) journal whose purpose is to publish developments in the ecumenical and interreligious movements. ET reports on current trends and progress in these movements around the world. It covers theological consultations, conversations, dialogues and cooperation, and it notes the availability of documents and resources. ET occasionally publishes the text of dialogue documents. Subscription information is available on the website at subscription. Inquiries about writing for Ecumenical Trends may be made to

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