ecumenicalism

noun
ec·u·men·i·cal·ism | \ ˌe-kyə-ˈme-ni-kə-ˌli-zəm , -kyü- \

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In a sense Mr. Amram is the perfect avatar of the club’s offbeat ecumenicalism. Giovanni Russonello, New York Times, "Cornelia Street Café Celebrates 40 Years, With Some Concerns," 5 July 2017

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1888, in the meaning defined above

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