Writing strictly from my own experience church has never meant more to me than when unity in Christ has governed the hearts, minds and spirits of those engaged in worship. This is never more clearly demonstrated than when Christians come together despite their differences in belief, or more accurately, because of the common bond of Christ. Whether it is kneeling in prayer with priests, walking side by side with brothers of the A.R.M., or eating at the community table of an ecumenical breakfast. In each case God is praised when the person of Christ is the foundation of community.

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