The Willibrord letter is sent every year by the Anglican and Old Catholic Bishops in Europe. They meet each summer for a joint conference. This year Bishop Harald Rein from Switzerland was given the task of writing the joint message.
On the various challenges we face as human beings, Bishop Rein writes:
We are all called to act, so that declarations do not simply remain declarations to calm our consciences. On the surface, there does not appear to be a great deal that we can do, in view of the ever-increasing problems. Still, every little thing we do helps. If each and every one of us, (I myself, our congregation, our diocese) takes one small step, then together we can achieve something decisive to make Europe a better place to live for everybody.
Here you can download the entire letter in several languages.