Prayer for courage
Courage comes from the heart
and we are always welcomed by God,
the Croí of all being.
We bear witness to our faith,
knowing that we are called
to live lives of courage,
love and reconciliation
in the ordinary and extraordinary
moments of each day.
We bear witness, too, to our failures
and our complicity in the fractures of our world.
May we be courageous today.
May we learn today.
May we love today.
The Irish word Croí (pronounced ‘Kree’) means ‘heart’ and is the name for the chapel space in Corrymeela, a beautiful circular place of prayer, built into the ground, with a living roof and echoes. In the Croí, we have prayers, we had dialogues, silence, and our morning and evening liturgies.
Padraig O Tuama. Daily Prayer with the Corrymeela Community .
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