Anglican and Catholic Bishops from around the world meet in Canterbury before travelling to Rome

Sep 30, 2016, 03:13 PM

Christian unity is the flavour of the day as Bishop Mark O'Toole, Catholic Bishop of Plymouth, joins his Anglican regional counterpart the Rt Revd Tim Thornton, Bishop of Truro, in Canterbury for the first leg of what could be termed a pilgrimage of dialogue from Canterbury to Rome. The two men are part of a 36-strong gathering of Anglican and Catholic bishops, representing 19 different countries where Anglicans and Catholics live side by side in significant numbers. Here Bishop O'Toole tells us more about the purpose of the pilgrimage.