Week of Prayer for Christian Unity: Links

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The community of friars and sisters founded by Father Paul Wattson and Mother Lurana White to take forward Wattson's vision of the Church proclaiming the Gospel and serving the poor in visible unity. Wattson founded the Church Unity Octave in 1908, the early form of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.

The Association, Centre and Library in Lyon established to continue the work of Paul Couturier, who re-founded the Church Unity Octave as the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in the 1930s.

The ecumenical centre run by the Franciscans of the Atonement at their main house in Graymoor, Garrison, New York State USA.

The study and library centre of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement in Rome

The site devoted to the thinking of Paul Couturier and the principles of spiritual ecumenism.

International and interconfessional association furthering the visible unity of Christianity through prayer, worship, study, especially concerned to explore the role of Mary as a point of unity and not division

An association in Britain promoting dialogue, mutual understanding and research, and receptive ecumenism.

The Franciscan house at Graymoor, Garrison NY, where the Week of Prayer was first kept in 1908

The monastery founded by Lambert Beauduin which follows both the Latin and Byzantine rites. It is dedicated to unity between East and West, as will as Catholic-Anglican and Catholic-Reformed Church unity

The historic English society promoting the reconciliation of all Christianity, the Catholic ecumenical movement, and the role of the see of Rome in fostering and extending Church unity

An initiative to promote the reconciliation of the separate martyr traditions, especially in the Catholic, Anglican and Reformation traditions, as commended by Pope John Paul in his letters Ut Unum Sint and Tertio Millennio Adveniente