PRAYER IS NOT SOMETHING ACCESSORY

  On Zenit.org (March 4, 2007), Pope Benedict XVI explained that “prayer is not something accessory, it is not ‘optional’, but rather a question of life or death. 

Shortly for Christianity, the Holy Father said “to pray is not to evade reality and responsibilities it entails, but to assume them to end, trusting in the faithful and inexhaustible love of the Lord” 

Prayer is something important in someone’s life, including me. Praying make me my deepheart in peace. I feel strong to face the reality of my life. Prayer also make my life more profoundly. I think prayer also give me a awareness of myself and and take me to view everything in my life more wisely. If I forget praying, I feel empty.

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2 Responses

  1. Pope Benedict is not a Christian, and has no authority to speak to us about prayer.

    We (Christians) pray to God, not to Saint Bernard.

    Prayer is not an event for me, it is a continual state of my existence.

  2. Your right. Pope is a Catholic. Thanks for reply my posting.

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