Ecumenism evolves within time and circumstances. It changes rapidly as society evolves mainly on two levels; a global and local level allowing Christians hoping to witness a new kind of ecumenism capable of redefining religious relationships. This new type of Ecumenism which is emerging is more flexible because it stands on shared praxis and gives less importance to questions of dogmatic content. Ecclesiology complements Ecumenism in sharing many features with the former, particularly as regards to its global perspective and interest in shared praxis, thus making the two cooperative and mutually-enriching. The shift to synodality in the Catholic Church has the ability to turn towards discernment in the ecumenical sphere since it manifests similar theological commitments and a common interest in cultivating participatory processes.