Apostolic Pilgrimage: Historical Context

May 22, 2014 Comment(s) Tags:

As the participants in the historic meeting of Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew and Pope Francis begin assembling in Rome and Jerusalem, OCN’s Dr. Keith Massey presents a brief overview of the historical significance of the meeting on May 25th in Jerusalem.

This apostolic pilgrimage represents a meeting of Andrew and Peter, the apostles who stand as the predecessors of these two present-day leaders. But it is not the first such meeting to take place. Watch the video to learn more.

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