Cardinal Koch: Geneva visit a sign of Pope's emphasis on ecumenism
Vatican City, Mar 2, 2018 / 02:12 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- On Friday, the Vatican’s point-man on interreligious dialogue said Pope Francis’ upcoming visit to Geneva, which will have a largely ecumenical theme, is a prime example of just how important the topic is for the current pontificate.
Speaking to journalists about the trip March 2, Cardinal Kurt Koch said “the pope has a very ecumenical heart. Ecumenism, the unity of Christians, is very much in the Holy Father’s heart.”
Noting how ecumenism was also a major priority coming out of the Second Vatican Council, Koch said the trip was “an adequate way”