"An address given at the launch of the document [Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ] in Westminster Abbey, London by Canon Nicholas Sagovsky of Westminster". This document on Mary completes the work of ARCIC II. "From an Anglican point of view, the key questions are two: can such devotional practices [e.g. "Ave Maria" and rosary] and the definition of these Marian dogmas [Immaculate Conception (1854) and the Assumption (1950)] be reconciled with the reading of Scripture and with the tradition of Christian teaching that has been received from the early centuries in East and West ? And Would it be necessary for Anglicans to subscribe to these two Marian dogmas before Anglicans and Catholics could once more share the eucharist together ? What we have achieved, we suggest, is an answer to the first question and a partial answer to the second". "There was a real sense for the members of ARCIC that by the time the document was written, we had come with the help of Pauline theology, to a fresh understanding of the place of Mary in the Christian faith".