During his life, Jesus prayed not only in solitude, but participated regularly in the public prayer of the temple and synagogue. This attitude of praise and thanksgiving as also of humble petition permeated His whole human existence, as manifested particularly during His Passion.
The Liturgy of the Hours is the voice of the Bride, the Church, addressing her Bridegroom. “It is the very prayer which Christ Himself together with His Body addresses to the Father.” Religious communities who celebrate this prayer, and particularly contemplative communities, represent the Church at prayer in a special way.
The Passionist Nuns are called to share in this perennial worship, offering to the Father the voice of all creation and the needs of all mankind.
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