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(6) Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry, Faith and Order Paper No.
Vatican II and the work of Faith and Order leading to and beyond Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry are benchmarks of today's ecumenical movement, and, as already noted, this work was paralleled by the revision of most liturgical books.
The Nature and Purpose of the Church sees itself as a stage on the way to a common statement such as Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry. It is not mature at this time, and does not claim to be.
(16.) Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry (F&O Paper 111; Geneva: WCC, 1984).
Response to Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry and the Intervening Years
* The participants gave thanks for Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry in its call for churches to recognize in BEM and one another the "faith of the church through the ages"; and also the more recent document One Baptism: Towards Mutual Recognition (2011).
Mary Tanner is a member of the Church of England, and a long-time member of the Commission on Faith and Order: She was active in the commission as it produced Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry. She was later moderator of the Commission, and presently the WCC President for Europe.
Announced in this way, a process of studying, discussing and learning about baptism, eucharist and ministry began and continued during the 1980s.
An example of such a convergence is the work of the World Council of Churches in Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry and its related documents ...
It is more than twenty years since, on 12 January 1982, the three convergence texts on baptism, eucharist and ministry were adopted by the commission on Faith and Order at its meeting in Lima and sent to the churches for their comments and reactions.
It is obvious today, and it becomes clearer all the time, that the significant achievement of the common theological text of Faith and Order, entitled Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry (BEM), did not meet with the expected response on the part of the member churches of the WCC--especially the Orthodox churches--although it made a great impression in the context of the ecumenical movement.
This, as I want to show, was the dominant mood of the earlier Faith and Order paper Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry (BEM), despite its apparent slogan of "our common baptism" through which "Christians are brought into union with Christ, with each other, and with the church of every time and place".