This prayer service includes excerpts from Dr. King’s famous “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” and includes reflection questions after each reading.
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This prayer service invites reflection on Pope Francis’s Message for the 50th World Day of Peace on nonviolence.
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This resource draws on the wisdom and witness of A.J. Muste, a nonviolent activist who was influential in the global pacifist movement of the mid-20th Century.
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This prayer service commemorates Human Rights Day (December 10th), which marks the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. Scripture passages, reflection questions, a litany for...more
This prayer service includes prayers, quotes, and questions that invite us to reflect on the life and words of Thomas Berry, C.P. Through this reflection, participants are challenged to think more dee...more
As we commemorate the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women this month, this prayer service reminds us of the painful realities faced by so many women every day and inspir...more
This prayer service, commemorating International Day of Nonviolence (October 2nd), reminds us that the language of the Gospels is one of love. Jesus chose to express this love through nonviolence, giv...more
This resource calls everyone to be a missionary and a witness of mercy. The following mantra is repeated throughout this service: “Mary, model of missionaries, inspire us to embrace the mercy and co...more
This prayer service beautifully unfolds with the tender words of Jean Vanier, the L’Arche Communities founder. Guided by his example as a teacher, servant leader, and advocate for the dismissed in o...more
Cardinal Theodore McCarrick was the Archbishop of Washington from 2000 to 2006 and has been outspoken on the topics of interreligious dialogue and the value and dignity of the poor and marginalized. C...more