“As believers, we need to trust that the more we walk together, the more we will be mysteriously accompanied by Christ, for unity is a shared pilgrimage,” the pope said.
Pope expresses concern for Syria; urges continued work for Christian unity
Photos of the Week: Jan. 23, 2023
In the spotlight: National March for Life, Ukraine helicopter crash, farm animal blessing
St. Benedict’s Monastery to celebrate Week of Prayer for Christian Unity with prayer service
The public is invited to participate in the service with the theme “Do Good; Seek Justice,” which will be led by members of St. Benedict’s Monastery, St. Joseph Parish and Resurrection Lutheran Church, all in St. Joseph.
Pope Benedict’s 2008 U.S. visit a whirlwind with timely, pointed messages
When Pope Benedict came to the United States for a visit to Washington and New York spanning six days in mid-April 2008, some news accounts called the pace of his schedule “grueling.”
Photos of the Week: June 6, 2022
In the spotlight: Queen’s jubilee, Tulsa shooting, rosary for peace in Ukraine
Ask Father Tom: Work of ecumenism is everyone’s responsibility
“May we all strive to be what Jesus prayed and sacrificed himself for in his final hours: to gather into one the dispersed children of God.”
Mary Marrocco: Christian unity urgent for a suffering world
“We can take concrete steps to move toward other Christian churches in joyful welcome, daring to move from a once-a-year prayer with strangers to at least a dialogue of charity.”
A lifestyle, not a task: Vatican reminds bishops of ecumenical priority
The ministry of a Catholic bishop must reflect the Catholic Church’s commitment to Christian unity and must give ecumenical engagement the same kind of attention as work for justice and peace, said a new Vatican document.