7 November

“Sharing of the lectio divina in the search for the truth, a participation in common prayer, in which the Lord assures us of his presence, the dialogue of friendship and charity which makes us feel how pleasant it is when brothers dwell in unity, cordial hospitality shown to brothers and sisters of the various Christian confessions, mutual knowledge and the exchange of gifts, cooperation in common undertakings of service and of witness: these are among the many forms of ecumenical dialogue.”

(Vita Consecrata 101)

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