Plenary 1 Four statements on “Ecumenical Recognition and Reception” 
Stefan Barbu
Sandra Arenas
Beate Bengard
Jelle Creemers
Plenary 2 Keynote lecture
Marcel Hénaff: Truth, Exclusion and Recognition: Rethinking inter-confessional conflicts and reconciliation
Plenary 3 Theological criteria of recognition and non-recognition
Veronika Hoffmann
Risto Saarinen
Responses by Augustin Bairactaris and Uwe Swarat
Plenary 4 Challenges and opportunities
Przemyslaw Katynka:The challenges and opportunities of moral issues in view of mutual recognition
Simone Sinn: The challenges and opportunities of gender issues in view of mutual recognition
Plenary 5 Theological reflections on the consequences of recognition and non- recognition in the local church context
Gabriel Monet
Pekka Metso
Dagmar Stoltmann-Lukas
Plenary 6 From non-recognition to recognition
Ivana Noble: Ecclesia perspectives
Heikki Huttunen: Societal perspectives


Short papers

Annegreth Schilling Theology (out) of migration as post-ecumenical endeavor in the 21st century
Cristian Sonea The Ecclesiastical Recognition of the Other Christian Communities according to document Relations of the Orthodox Church with the Rest of the Christian World prepared for the Pan-Orthodox Council 201
Csaba Orova Initiation and Baptism as Reception: an Ecumenical Survey
Elina Hellqvist Living with a Disagreement in Lutheran Context
Fokke Wouda Just do it? A Practical Perspective on Eucharistic Hospitality
Heidi Zitting Episcopal ministry in Lutheran-Roman Catholic dialogue. The Appstolicity of the Church – Lutheran Perspecitve
James Nathanael Amanze Just do it: Recognition and Reception in Ecumenical Relations: An African Perspective
John Berry Europe and Ecumenism: Realizing God’s dream that all are one
Katerina Bauerova Dialectics of Inside and Outside: Overcoming Spatial Dualism with Gaston Bachelard and Louis-Marie Chauvet
Michael Fletcher Bonhoeffer’s Last Word, “Out Victory is Certain”: Recognizing the (Ecumencal) Church as a Present Reality
Mihai Iordache Ethical Views Concerning Recognition of Values and Reception of Presence/Love of the Other in Ecumenical Relations
Mihály Kránitz Parallel Thinking among Churche. How Catholics and Protestants are on Friendly Terms with Tradition
Miika Ahola Ecclesiology in TCTCV in Light of Understandings of Unity
Minna Hietamäki Limits of Recognition
Miriam Haar Receiving “visible unity” in Lutheran – Roman Catholic Relations
Panu Pihkala Laudato Si’ in the context of Ecumenical Ecotheology
Pascale Jung Anerkennung “als” – Ein Begriff im Spannungsfeld vong Gerechtigkeit und Agape
Pekka Kärkkäinen Finnish Luther Studies – ecumenical perspectives
Peter Szentpétery “Just do it.” Some Reflections on From Conflict to Communion. Lutheran-Catholic Common Commemoration of the Reformation in 2017
Peter-Ben Smit Local Churches – Universal Recognition?
Petr Jandejsek Traditions as collective memories and the formation of ecumenical identities
Petre Maican Why Ecumenical Dialogue Matters for the Eastern Orthodox Church
Robert Svaton Reception of East Christian Spiritauality and Theology: A Challenge to the Czech Ecumenism?
Scherri Adalbert Hamman (1910-2000): A Part-time Ecumenist?
Tim Noble “Who do you say I am?”: The Problem of Recognising and Receiving Conflicting Others
Viorel Coman “Open Sobornicity” and “Receptive Ecumenism”: Models for a Fruitful Ecumenical Interaction