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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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ecumenicale‧cu‧men‧i‧cal /ˌiːkjəˈmenɪkəl◂ $ ˌek-/ adjective  RRCsupporting the idea of uniting the different branches of the Christian religionecumenically /-kli/ adverb
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ecumenicalThe publishers' introduction is somewhat ecumenical.None of the ecumenical character of Barr's approach remained.The latest addition to the modest skyline ... the ecumenical church.He was already a member of ecumenical committees.The conference is the world's largest annual ecumenical event.Before 1939 the ecumenical movement was always a clerical élite within the older Churches.This is the most significant single interfaith ecumenical project to take place in the United States.Beforehand there will be a historical walk around the city, a street theatre show and an ecumenical service.
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