What we do

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The Apostleship of Prayer is an international association under the Pope with its international office in Rome. The mission of the Apostleship of Prayer is to encourage Christians around the world to make a daily offering of themselves to the Lord for the coming of God's Kingdom and for the Holy Father's monthly intentions. Since its founding in 1844, the Jesuits have promoted this ministry throughout the world.

By the year 2000, the Apostleship of Prayer had over 40 million members, 50 different Messengers of the Sacred Heart, and 40 other periodicals.


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Publications

Jesuit (Winter 2018)

CJI Mission News

Loyola Today




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