ec·u·men·ics | \ˌe-kyə-ˈme-niks, -kyü-\

Definition of ecumenics 

: the study of the nature, mission, problems, and strategy of the Christian church from the perspective of its ecumenical character

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circa 1945, in the meaning defined above

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