Pope, other religious leaders appear in new video on monthly prayer intention
January 07, 2016
Pope Francis, a Buddhist lama, a rabbi, a priest, and a Muslim leader appear in a new 90-second video designed to publicize the Pope’s general prayer intention for January: “that sincere dialogue among men and women of different faiths may produce the fruits of peace and justice.”
The 90-second video was produced by the Apostleship of Prayer in collaboration with the Vatican Television Center.
- Pope Francis' prayer intentions for January 2016 (YouTube Vatican)
- Pope Francis to share monthly prayer intentions on video (Vatican Radio)
- Pope's prayer intentions for January 2016 (CWN, 12/31)
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Posted by: koinonia -
Jan. 07, 2016 10:15 PM ET USA
"In this crowd, in this range of religions, there is only one certainty we have for all. We are all children of God." Only one certainty? Ultimately the prayer intention is for peace and justice according to Pope Francis. But the Holy Father does not mention Christ, not even to cite the universal wisdom of the teachings of the historical figure. Dr. Warren Carroll used to say: "Truth exists. The Incarnation happened." Without these five words peace and justice are fantasies.