A new agreed Statement with the Orient Orthodox has been signed in Dublin this week. http://www.anglicancommunion.org/me...f-the-holy-spirit-dublin-agreed-statement.pdf It can be downloaded from the Anglican Communion website on the link above. The paper is only 11 pages, and only 5 pages in the real content, so well worth a read for those who have time. Two of the concluding paragraphs read: 17. Holy Scripture speaks of the Holy Spirit as movement in vivid imagery of water, fire, and wind. The Holy Spirit speaks in the Church and moves her from the area of internal comfort to the arena of external engagement. The Holy Spirit acts as the dynamic force within a redemptive understanding of memory as found in a historical past and leading to future responsibility in a changing world. 18. In a world of enforced displacement and fearful arrival; in a world of accelerated movement; in a world of war-torn fragmentation and courageous martyrdom; the Holy Spirit, the Comforter, transcends time and space and yet inhabits both. The same Spirit is sent to commission and empower the weak to be strong, the humble to be courageous, and the poor to be comforted and blessed in a fallen world that is upheld by the providence and grace of God the Trinity who makes all things new in faith and hope and love.