Centro Pro Unione

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The Centro Pro Unione, founded and directed by the Society of the Atonement, is an ecumenical research and action center.[1] Its purpose is to give space for dialogue, to be a place for study, research and formation in ecumenism: theological, pastoral, social and spiritual.

The Centro was inaugurated in 1968 and is situated in the heart of Rome, Piazza Navona, in the historic and Collegio Innocenziano, belonging to the Doria Pamphilj family. It consists of a library of three rooms, a meeting room and a large conference hall for annual conferences on ecumenism.


  1. ^ O'Collins, Gerald (2006). Living Vatican Two. Paulist Press. p. 220. ISBN 9780809142903. Retrieved 2012-10-21.

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Coordinates: 41°53′56.6″N 12°28′19.9″E / 41.899056°N 12.472194°E / 41.899056; 12.472194