Definition of ecumenically in English:

ecumenically

adverb

  • See ecumenical

    • ‘One of the more helpful renamed entries is ‘Daily Prayer’ rather than ‘Canonical Hours,’ a change that reflects both current usage and a more ecumenically friendly approach to the topic.’
    • ‘Our involvement in various ecumenical dialogues during recent decades has inevitably raised the question of ecumenically accepted texts and their effects upon our own traditions.’
    • ‘Perhaps the most ecumenically minded Catholic independent schools are the twenty-one members of the Network of Sacred Heart Schools, and many Jesuit schools also have substantial non-Catholic enrollments.’
    • ‘This resource brings together ecumenically and academically diverse preachers, each of whom the church recognizes for their homiletic skills.’
    • ‘A group of ecumenically inclined Jewish and Catholic scholars, who read an early script of the movie, complained about its historical anachronisms and potential for reanimating the slander of deicide against the Jewish people.’