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The english mystical tradition
Glendon Hill, Flora
When great church traditions meet as in the Ecumenical movement, to discover each other's beliefs, they necessarily face those things which divide them, and their essential differences. But it is the things held in common, and the discovery that so mych is held in common which draw us together in friendship and understanding. Of all this common ground, prayer, the face to face encounter with God, is the greatest. It is by studying prayer and praying together that we shall be drawn into a living fellowship and lead on to unity.
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