109) The Cycle of Prayer
The orthodox cycle of prayer is a robot like mouthing of mostly man made prayers, that were strictly forbidden by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount. There is now a new version of this sin called "The Ecumenical Cycle of Prayer". It is significant that Islam and other false Eastern religions also do cycles of prayer.
see also The liturgical year - the cycle of liturgical seasons, feast days, including celebrations of saints, to be observed in a display of foolish clockwork religiosity, having portions of Scripture to be read out like robots either in an annual cycle or in a cycle of several years. ( salvation ) ( liturgy ) ( forgery )
There is also an ecumenical cycle of prayer.
At the very heart of the ecumenical movement is the reality of prayer. Jesus prayed that we may all be one, united in God in the mystery of the Trinity. That is the basis and the goal of our search for unity.
The Ecumenical Prayer Cycle enables us to journey in prayer through every region of the world and through every week of the year affirming our solidarity with Christians all over the world, brothers and sisters living in diverse situations, experiencing diverse problems and sharing diverse gifts. Lord, hear our prayer ...