24 Sep Communication Practices to Build Community
Communication for Ecumenism and Inter Religius Dialogue
The project achieved its objective of informing grassroots church communities about ecumenical activities, aiding them to reflect and analyse critically social problems and issues in ways that helped them to move forward in a proactive way. NCCP continued to publish the Tugon journals, which was distributed to 27 colleges and universities afficliated to NCCP member-chutrches and to 17 theological libraries outside the country as well as to numerous local and international partners. NCCP also created an audiovisual statement of its work underlining its history, structure, programs and vision. It was used in workshops and seminars to initiate discussion of ecumenism and the role and responsibilities of the churches in the Philippines.