Examines the implications of the consensus reached by the Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC) on universal primacy for the further development of the Catholic Church's doctrines of papal primacy, in order that a reformed and renewed Petrine Ministry may be received by all Christians. Section I: “Papal Primacy at the Councils and Beyond” examines the teachings of Vatican Councils I and II in the light of contemporary scholarship. Section II: “Papal Primacy Through the Eyes of
ARCIC,” examines ARCIC’s vision in the light of how it developed through ARCIC’s agreed statements. III: “Anglicans and Catholics in Dialogue on the Papacy” responds to ARCIC’s questions in the light of the areas for further development.