In my experience, it seems that Christian Unity Week, generally scheduled between the Feasts of St. Peter and St. Paul, has lessened in importance. In past years in other parishes there were many events, such as weekly pulpit exchanges, prayers, dinners with other churches. Yet the need for unity remains great in our churches, even within our own Roman Catholic Church. The news conveys nonstop reports of national and international disunity from politics to wars. Jesus prayed at the Last Supper that all may be one. Let that be our prayer in 2024.