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Friday, 9 May 2014

WCC: Fr Ioan Sauca (Romanian Orthodox Church), director of Bossey Ecumenical Institute appointed Associate General Secretary

Sauca and Prove appointed to World Council of Churches posts
Fr Ioan Sauca (left) and Peter Prove (right)

08 May 2014

Father Ioan Sauca of the Romanian Orthodox Church and Peter Prove, a Lutheran lawyer and international affairs expert from Australia, have been named to key staff positions in the World Council of Churches (WCC).

Fr Ioan, professor and director of the WCC’s Ecumenical Institute in Bossey, is the new WCC associate general secretary for ecumenical formation and education, and Prove is the new director of the WCC Commission of the Churches on International Affairs (CCIA). Each of the two ecumenical leaders is noted for long-time service in his field.

Fr Ioan has served in the past as director of Ecumenical Church Relations, Press and Communication, and Religious Education in his home church in Romania and also taught missiology and ecumenism at the Faculty of Theology in Sibiu, Romania.

He was responsible for Orthodox Studies and Relationships in Mission in the WCC from 1994, and in 1998 was appointed lecturer at the Ecumenical Institute. A graduate of the Ecumenical Institute himself, he holds a PhD in missiology from the University of Birmingham in England. His main field of scholarship is systematic theology, with particular emphasis on issues of mission and spirituality.

Website of the Ecumenical Institute of Bossey

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