Pope Francis Calls for Christian Unity During General Audience

Pope Francis Calls for Christian Unity During General Audience June 19, 2013

“We Catholics should pray together,” Pope Francis said in his Wednesday audience, “but we should also pray together with other Christians.”

This is a message every Christian should take to heart. We don’t have to give up our doctrinal differences to know that Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth and Life. The most important thing is that we put Him at the center. When we do that, the differences we think are so important fade into the background where they belong.

We live in a world that is increasingly hostile to Christians. That makes it all the more important for Christians to support and stand by one another.

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2 responses to “Pope Francis Calls for Christian Unity During General Audience”

  1. The Pope has got it right. I am a Christian first then a Protestant. But why should that be important? Being a Christian is really the ONLY thing. The Pope said to focus on Christ first. AMEN! Our Christianity is under assault all around the World. We Christians do not have time to form up circular firing squads and shoot each other when the world needs ALL of us to spread the loving word of Christ.

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