The Council of Nicaea (325) is foundational for Orthodox-Catholic unity. The Council inaugurated a synodal way of addressing theological and canonical issues at the universal level. The Nicene Creed provided a theological vision of the triune God that continues to guide the common faith of Christians, in particular, of the Orthodox and Catholic Churches. The conference will focus on uniting and dividing theological and ecclesiological issues by discussing the legacy of the First Ecumenical Council.
Co-organized by the International Orthodox Theological Association (IOTA) and
the Institute for Ecumenical Studies of the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum)