A Catholic Monthly Magazine

Thursday 9 June

Acts 22:30; 23:6-11, Ps.16,

John 17:20-26

May they be one

This must be one of the most beautiful passages in the gospels. I think so anyway. What is horrifying, however, is to reflect on the reality. Through the ages Christians have torn one another to pieces in the name of Christ. Even today, though not so often physically, different denominations fight and bicker. How do we dare?

I shall pray today, and I ask you to join me, for that seemingly impossible dream, Christian Unity; or at least for an increase in love and understanding and a willingness to work together for the good of all.

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