Hac in Urbe Roma was a joint statement on March 24, 1966, between the Catholic Pope Paul VI and the Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury Michael Ramsey, calling for continuing dialog between the worldwide Catholic and Anglican communities.
Its effect has been overshadowed by division within the worldwide Anglican Church over the issue of homosexuality, with some African, South American and American Anglican churches separating from the English Anglican church over the issue.
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