(11 December 2013)
'The world gathering of Interchurch Families in Rome in 2003 produced a useful document that bears careful study. There are three sections: how interchurch families see themselves; the contribution of interchurch families to Christian unity; and pastoral care and understanding. The importance of the document, I believe, is the way it tries to shift the perception of interchurch families and their place in the church. Both the introduction and conclusion to the document note this shift: these families move from being problems to being pioneers.' from Interchurch Families and Christian Unity by Gerard Kelly.