Catholic Online successfully launches 'Prayer and Action' Day with live hangout on Google+!
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"Do not despise the day of small beginnings," (Zachariah 4:10) . With this passage, Catholic Online Editor in Chief Deacon Keith Fournier, launched live on Google Hangouts, the first ever 'Prayer and Action' day in solidarity with Pope Francis.
The first Friday of every month between now and 2025, will be 'Prayer and Action' Day where through your 'Prayer and Action' we will answer Pope Francis's call to in the world hunger.
In the video, Deacon Fournier explained that "Catholic Online stands at the nexus of people, technology, and faith." This unique positioning allows Catholic online to play an important role in answering the Holy Father's call.
With millions of unique visitors on Catholic Online every month, if those visitors donate to feed the poor, Catholic Online, through Catholic Team Global, could become a very large part of the solution to hunger, poverty, illness, and poor education around the globe.
Deacon Fournier also introduced Catholic Team Global, which forms the actual team of people who will be praying and acting to end world hunger. YouTube, are invited to join Catholic Team Global, and to get your free shirt with a qualifying purchase in the Catholic Online Boutique.
Get started by joining this movement today. Visit Catholic Online Boutique to show your support for Catholic Team Global, Pope Francis, and those in need, now.
Pope Francis calls for your 'prayer and action'...
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Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for March 2014
Respect for Women: That all cultures may respect the rights and dignity of women.
Vocations: That many young people may accept the Lordís invitation to consecrate their lives to proclaiming the Gospel.
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