An association established in 1948 to promote unity among the many different Christian Churches. Its member Churches number over 300, and include virtually all Christian traditions except Roman Catholicism and Unitarianism. Its headquarters are in Geneva.
World Council of Churches/ˌwərld ˌkounsəl əv ˈCHərCHəz/
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.