We are currently in the midst of the Octave of Christian Unity. Even if you have not been praying for these intentions since the Octave started on January 18th, I encourage you to check out my post from the prior years on this important and special Octave by clicking here.
A plenary indulgence on the usual conditions at the end of the octave
of prayers for the unity of the Church from the Feast of the Chair of
Saint Peter in Rome (Jan. 18) to the Feast of the Conversion of Saint
Paul (Jan. 25). (Apostolic Brief, Feb. 25, 1916; S. P. Ap., Nov. 15,
1927 and Dec. 10, 1946).
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Matthew is a Third Order Dominican living in Chicago, Illinois. Matthew's personal interests include seeking a preservation of traditional Catholicism as practiced before the Second Vatican Council. He exclusively attends the Traditional Latin Mass. Matthew is the author of several books including "How to Create a Catholic Blog," "Understanding the Precepts of the Church," and "Eschatology: The Catholic Study of the Four Last Things." He spends his leisure time traveling, teaching, writing, and enjoying culture.