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The Quies SBPCLC 5 steps Ecumenic commitment to the 11 guidelines

The ecumenical openness must be conducted according to the norms of the Church  (Gd 9 b)
We share an ecumenic challenge and mission within the universal Church, which we assume in our prayer but also in our potential membership and organization.

All In pectore Christi SBPCLC members:
  1.  Must take the time to study/pray important documents on Ecumenism.
    • Non-Catholic members, are to experiment, also how they could personally apply the Quies SBPCLC 5 steps commitment to the 11 guidelines
    • It will be then useful to eventually, share together and document, realized ecumenical adaptations to the quies 5 steps commitment to the 11 guidelines.
    • Reflect on Saint Bruno's providential two foundations in France at the Grande Chartreuse and then in Calabria's Byzantine Greek southern Italy, which has uniquely preserved in the Carthusian life, and unites spiritually, the common root traditions of pre great schism desert fathers spirituality.
    • Desert father spirituality starts with Metanoia.
  2. Exchange privately and share together difficulties and challenges, graces and consolations in this laborious but luminous path in witnessing together that every factor of division can be transcended and overcome in the total gift of self for the sake of the Gospel.
  3. Eventually publish helpful testimonies.
  4. Pray for unity, and for each other.
  5. Leave place to peace, and to fraternal love. "By this shall all men know that you are my disciples, if you have love one for another" John 13:35
  • "Without grace External
                        link it is impossible to do the least bit of good. God bestows grace upon the humble and denies it to the proud [Jas 4:6; Prv 3:34; Ps 138:6]. To move forward, and even more to climb to the heights, how much humility we need! How much grace of God we need! Hence the soul who wants to receive an abundance of grace must study herself in order to profit from everything that reinforces this necessary virtue - humility - in her. To be honored and praised, to enjoy great success, far from being means to obtain humility, are for the most part a great hindrance, if the soul desires them, if she seeks them, if she takes pleasure in them. If only the ambitious, vain, and proud souls knew what harm they are doing themselves! They are blocking the grace of God! Not for nothing the saints fled honors and positions of rank, and went forth with joy to meet humiliations, contempt, all that is low and despised. They walked the Light [Jn 8:12, 12:35]. God rained down upon the abundance of his graces of predilection, because they were empty vessels, capable of receiving God's divine rain of grace." Nazarena: An American Anchoress, External link By Thomas Matus, Paulist Press, 1998,  p 133-134.
  • Lifting up his eyes to heaven, Jesus prayed saying:
    I pray not only for these,
    but also for those who will believe in me through their word,
    so that they may all be one,
    as you, Father, are in me and I in you,
    that they also may be in us,
    that the world may believe that you sent me.
    And I have given them the glory you gave me,
    so that they may be one, as we are one,
    I in them and you in me,
    that they may be brought to perfection as one,
    that the world may know that you sent me,
    and that you loved them even as you loved me.
    Father, they are your gift to me.
    I wish that where I am they also may be with me,
    that they may see my glory that you gave me,
    because you loved me before the foundation of the world.
    Righteous Father, the world also does not know you,
    but I know you, and they know that you sent me.
    I made known to them your name and I will make it known,
    that the love with which you loved me
    may be in them and I in them.John 17: 20-26
  • May they be brought to complete unity
  • God is the life of all free beings. He is the salvation of all, of believers or unbelievers, of the just or the unjust, of the pious or the impious, of those freed from passions or those caught up in them, of monks or those living in the world, of the educated and the illiterate, of the healthy and the sick, of the young or the old. He is like the outpouring of light, the glimpse of the sun, or the changes of the weather which are the same for everyone without exception. Desert Fathers
  • Brother Rex - Little Portion Hermitage pdf
  • Coming Home network External link
  • The Carthusians, Alone together pdf Rev Bosco Peters, priest in the Anglican Church.
  • Ecumenical value of the original Carthusian Rosary External link
  • Ecumenical history in the diocese of Westminster pdf
  • Praying with the songs of Taizé  YouTube External
                      link
  • Prayer of the heart
  • Non-Christian meditation
  • Dominus Iesus  On the unicity and salvific universality of Jesus Christ and the Church External link
  • USCCB Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs External link
  • Syncretism
  • Quies
  • Cell
  • How to get started
  • Horarium
  • Mary
  • The blessed path of tribulations


In progressionem


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