While helping me with a tech problem, Word on Fire content director, Brandon Vogt, described modern internet processing as analogous to the Church’s intercessory prayer with the communion of saints. With this comparison in mind, here is a little reflection on prayer and the ‘communio sanctorum’.
Bishop Barron on Satellites and Praying to the Saints
by Bishop Robert BarronNovember 17, 2016
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