Thursday, September 17, 2009

Society of St Justin, Martyr

When visiting medieval parish churches which used to be Catholic but are now no longer, or ruins of priories/monasteries etc, as well as mourning the destruction of culture and the separation of Christians that occurred at the Reformation, one can always take the opportunity to pray for the souls of those who worshipped in those churches or who are buried there, make reparation for past wrongs and pray for the unity of Christ's people around the See of Peter.

These are, in fact, among the duties that members of the Societas Sancti Iustini Martyris undertake. The picture to the right is the shrine of St Alban, protomartyr, taken from the Society's website.

1 comment:

  1. thank you so much for the post.

    Graeme Jolly
    Master, Societas Sancti Iustini Martyris


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