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  • This is a reflection on the phenomenon of the Ecumenical prayer that has its basis in the prayer of Jesus Christ: I pray also for those who will believe in me through their message, that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you. May they also be in us so that the world may believe that you have sent me (J 17: 20-21). Every prayer contains the aspect of unity and this is element of Christian vocation of vocation. Significant is impact of Fr. Poul Couturier and J. H. Neman. We note that in the life of each Mystic there is a strong desire for unity with God, and the unity of all who belong to His family. Ecumenical prayer has, however, specific grounds and forms. Divided Christians human pride and unite us meeting in Jesus Christ to which we turn together in prayer.
  • 1. The essence of the Ecumenical prayer 2. Unity in prayer in the Old Testament 3. The new way of prayer in the New Testament 4. Teaching of the Church about uniting prayer 5. Uniting prayer od St. Teresa of Avila and St. John of the Cross - Mystics - people uniting prayer 6. Prayer as a grace and obligation of all Christians 7. The process of development of the Spiritual life and ecumenical prayer 8. Uniting Prayer and mystic experience 9. Types and forms of Ecumenical prayer 10. Conditions of common prayer

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