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Christian Unity Octave: What Can I Do?

The Church asks all Christians to pray more intensely during the Christian Unity Octave, which lasts from January 18 to January 25, feast of the conversion of St Paul. With one Spirit Pray to God that in the Holy Church, our Mother, the hearts of all may [...]
Tags: Ecumenical dialogue, Church, Prayer, Unity
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The best thing Christians can do

September 23, 2011. (Romereports.com) Ecumenism and inter-religious dialogue have been key during the Pope's trip to Germany. The most symbolic moment was perhaps, his visit to the convent where Martin Luther, the leader of the Protestant Reform, lived from 1505 to 1511. Upon arriving, the Pope [...]
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Ecumenism: that we may all be one

Adress of Benedict XVI during the Apostolic Journey to Germany, on 2011 during an ECUMENICAL PRAYER SERVICE Church of the former Augustinian Convent, Erfurt Friday, 23 September 2011 (Video of Benedict XVI in Germany) Dear Sisters and Brothers, “I ask not only on behalf of these, but also on behalf [...]
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Christian Unity Octave

The Church asks the faithful for more intense prayer for unity during the Christian Unity Octave, the week of January 18 to 25, culminating on the feast of St Paul. 8 days = 8 prayers Please say a prayer each day for the following intention: that all [...]
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The Cooperators of Opus Dei

Who are the Cooperators of Opus Dei? The cooperators of Opus Dei are people who are not members of the Opus Dei prelature, but who cooperate with the faithful of the prelature in various ways. Men and women of every race, religion and culture, from [...]
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A spiritual guide for our times

Our people of Russia, tortured but not annihilated, still has one source of authority: the startsi*. In a country where it is very hard to find a Bible, they are a living Gospel, a living proof that God exists – something outside the grasp of [...]
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