World Association for Christian Communication

World Association for Christian Communication: What is WACC? The origins of WACC date back to 1950 when Christian communicators from Europe and North America were seeking guidelines for the future of religious broadcasting. Several organisations shared the same concerns and they eventually established WACC in 1968. Rapid developments in mass media world-wide and a concern …
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World Council of Churches

The World Council of Churches: The World Council of Churches (WCC) is the broadest and most inclusive among the many organized expressions of the modern ecumenical movement, a movement whose goal is Christian unity. WCC programs relate to the Council’s five “historic” themes: Faith and order; mission and ecumenical formation; justice, peace and creation; international …
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World Council of Churches (Bossey Library)

World Council of Churches/Bossey Ecumenical Institute Library: Libraries of the Ecumenical Centre and the Bossey Ecumenical Institute: With more than 100,000 books, periodicals and pamphlets pertaining to the 20th century ecumenical movement, the Ecumenical Centre and the Bossey Ecumenical Institute Libraries house the largest such collection in the world. The collections are catalogued together and …
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