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CCA’s Asian Ecumenical Acadmey begins in Chiang Mai

Posted on 12 August 2004

CCA General Secretary Dr Ahn Jae Woong speaking to the AEA participants in Chiang Mai Dr Preman Niles, well-known theologian and dean of the AEA facilitating the program Participants at the AEA A section of the participants Corazon Tabing-Reyes, CCA joint executive secretary and coordinator of the AEA speaking to the participants (Photos:Philip Mathew) CHIANG […]

 

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Christian and Theravada Buddhist Leaders Meet

Posted on 7 August 2004

In order to enable conversation between Christians and Theravada Buddhists as people of faith with common concerns about peace, reconciliation and harmony, the World Council of Churches and the Christian Conference of Asia jointly sponsored a consultation involving the two faith groups at Tao Fong Shan Centre, Shatin, Hong Kong on July 2-6, 2004 on […]

 

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Theological Students Ask for More Ecumenical Programs

Posted on 7 August 2004

At the end of a busy five-day program, a total of 67 Asian Catholic and Protestant seminarians attending the Second Asia Conference of Theological Students in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on July 25-31, called upon churches in Asia to encourage holding more such ecumenical conferences by providing more financial and moral support. They also called on […]

 

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CCA General Secretary Ahn Jae Woong delivered the 11th M A Thomas memorial lecture at the Ecumenical Christian Centre in Bangalore, India

Posted on 5 August 2004

Dr Ahn Jae Woong delivering the M A Thomas memorial lecture on “Building a culture of peace in Asia today” at the Ecumenical Christian Centre in Bangalore on 31 July Audience at the M A Thomas memorial lecture Ahn Jae Woong with the Director of Ecumenical Christian Centre, Rev Dr M J Joseph Peace building […]

 

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“The 8th CCA-Annual Human Rights Training”

Posted on 30 July 2004

On August 9-15,2004 at Wisma PGI Jakarta,Indonesia 30 participants coming from different countries such as Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, HongKong , India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Timor Leste and Thailand will joint the 8th CCA Annual Human Rights training.The participants are representing CCA member churches from those...

 

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Faith and Order commission plenary

Posted on 29 July 2004

Dr Ahn Jae Woong addressing the Faith and Order plenary commission in Kuala Lumpur (Photo: WCC/Manuel Lopez) CCA general secretary calls for people centred ecumenism KUALA LUMPUR — An Asian ecumenical leader has called for seeking the true meaning of ecumenism in the context of non-Christian and non-ecumenical realities in the world. Speaking on the […]

 

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Sam Kobia visits CCA Centre

Posted on 7 July 2004

Sam Kobia with Ahn Jae Woong at the CCA Centre Highlights priority areas for WCC in coming years Dr Samuel Kobia, general secretary of the World Council of Churches (WCC) has said that overcoming violence will be an important area of work for the organisation in the coming years. The Decade to Overcome Violence (DOV), […]

 

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Sam Kobia, addressing church and ecumenical leaders

Posted on 6 July 2004

Sam Kobia, addressing church and ecumenical leaders at the reception. Anglican Archbishop Peter Kwong is on the right. Archbishop Peter Kwong hosted the reception Ahn Jae Woong speaking at the reception Church and ecumenical leaders

 

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Sam Kobia arrives in Hong Kong

Posted on 6 July 2004

Rev Dr Samuel Kobia, general secretary of the World Council of Churches arrived in Hong Kong on 5 July on a three-day visit. He met with the church and ecumenical leaders in the evening at a reception organised, on behalf of the Christian Conference of Asia, by the Primate of Hong Kong Shen Kung Hui […]

 

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CCA Executive Committee meeting in Chiang Mai

Posted on 13 June 2004

General Secretary calls for an “Asian people’s Pax Asiana” CHIANG MAI, Thailand — Dr Ahn Jae Woong, general secretary of the Christian Conference of Asia, has called on the Asian churches and all peace-loving people to work towards the goal of an “Asian people’s Pax Asiana.” He urged the expansion of the concept of a […]

 

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