May They All Be One

A profound conviction that all Christians are invisibly bound together by their baptism in the Risen Christ drove Dom Lambert Beauduin to embark on an ecumenical adventure, founding in 1925 a Benedictine monastery at Chevetogne, Belgium. A Catholic monastery unlike any other in Europe, it is dedicated to work for unity between Christians, embracing within the same community the liturgical rite of both the Latin and the Byzantine Churches. May they all be one: the vocation of Lambert Beauduin and Chevetogne is a film by Alexia Veriter made for the 2018 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. The English translation is provided courtesy of the Catholic League UK, with further editing by David Chapman and Mark Woodruff.