In liturgical prayer, especially the Eucharist, and – formats of the liturgy – in every prayer, we do not speak as single individuals, rather we enter into the “we” of the Church that prays. And we need to transform our “I” entering into this “we”.
The Pope’s remarks came after the Angelus prayer with the faithful gathered in St Peter’s Square.
March 7, 2012 | MariaNews.com The Saints Never Stop Praying (By Time for Truth, a CatholicDaily.com Blog) – One night at Eucharistic Adoration, I was alone without my children and husband. I was alone with exception of a few others in the chapel. After being there a few minutes with some prayers being said, I looked up ...
The first Forty Hours Devotion organized by the group took place Oct. 14-16 in the “Convent of the Savior” of the Trappist monks in Dlebta,