Winter Retreat, Week 3 – That All May Be One

Winter Retreat

That All May Be One

Winter Retreat, Week 3

Prayer for Unity

In a time of great division and polarization, we come to an important week of prayer for Christians around the world.

That All May Be One

Presented by Fr. Lou Meiman, Pastor of St. Leonard and St. Frances of Rome

A reflection on one of my favorite passages in the scriptures, and the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

Staff Picks

We hope you enjoy this week’s resources, curated by our parish staff.

Pray

A video prayer for unity from the Chemin Neuf Community in France, whose ministry is ecumenism and who pray this prayer every day.

Learn

A monastery founded by a French Protestant that includes both Catholic and Protestant monks, Taizé seeks to be a living sign of Christian reconciliation that has touched the hearts of several popes.

Serve

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Both St. Leonard and St. Frances of Rome parishes partner with United Crescent Hill Ministries.  Click on the link above to learn about how our neighborhood churches come together to serve – and perhaps find a way that you can join them.

Interested in learning more about the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity?

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Click on the link at left to access materials from the World Council of Churches for the 2021 observance of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.  Daily reflections and prayers begin on page 23 of the booklet.  Enjoy!

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Stay Connected!

Want to stay connected with fellow parishioners on this retreat journey?

Check out each week’s retreat post on your parish’s Facebook page, and be sure to join in on the conversation!

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