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Week of Prayer for Christian Unity: Day Eight

Today is the feast of St. Paul, Apostle to the Gentiles, and the final day of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. I’ll begin with the text of the Hymn of International Ecumenical Fellowship (author unknown). You can find … Continue reading

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“The Harp of the Holy Spirit”

Hey, how come I’ve never heard of this guy before? St. Ephraim the Syrian, or Ephraim of Edessa, was mentioned by Congar as an important Eastern theologian who was known as “the Harp of the Holy Spirit.” He lived in … Continue reading

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The Holy Spirit and Me

I’ve had a special devotion to the Holy Spirit since I was about 8 years old. Many of the hymns we sang had a trinitarian structure, but in those days, we only ever sang two verses of a hymn. So … Continue reading

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