+JMJ+ Join me on Twitter at 7pm CT, 8pm ET, for a special Rosary for the Week of Christian Unity. In the midst of all the turmoil in the world and in the Church, we are called to remember who we are and Who the Lord is, Whose Body it is in which we are members while He is the Head. So please join me as we set aside some time to pray to the Lord for the Church, for the poor and the suffering, and for each other. Lord knows we need it!
I wrote a series of posts for #ChristianUnity last year, focusing on special readings for the week in one of my favorite Catholic devotional sets, In Conversation with God, by Fr. Francis Fernández-Carvajal, published by Scepter. I’ve used these for years and I never tire of them.
Lord, that we may all be one. All for You, Lord, all for You.
Thanks for visiting the blog and reading. I pray that you and I will stay holy and virtuous during this new year, so that we, in union with each other and Christ, become who the Lord intends us to be: SAINTS. God bless you and may His Peace be always with you. +JMJ+
Special Rosary for Christian Unity on Twitter this Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, at 7pm CT, 8pm ET.
See the Rosary Project Live Archives to view past threads.
Notes and Links
- In Conversation with God, by Fr. Francis Fernández-Carvajal. 7 volumes, vinyl cover with dust jacket, in a boxed set. So excellent, I’ve used these since my early days of conversion, so since the mid-nineties, though I collected them one at a time. (Amazon affiliate link. See Full Disclosure below.)
- Not to be confused with that other set of books, Conversations with God. That’s a New Age set of books and not at all the same thing. I always need to point this out because there’s always someone who thinks I’ve returned to my old New Age ways and I have not.
- Vatican II, Unitatis redintegratio.
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