► Day 1, 18 January: Jesus’ prayer: "that all may be one"; Origin of the custom and importance of unity; Recognising Christ in others.
► Day 2, 19 January: Prayer: the centre of every ecumenical endeavour; Personal conversion so as to purify the memory; Practical ways: dialogue and work in common.
► Day 3, 20 January: Unity within the Church; The order of charity; Unity in variety.
► Day 4, 21 January: The Church is holy in her origin and in her ends; The struggle for holiness in her members; The saints are a bond of unity.
► Day 5, 22 January: The Church is catholic and universal by nature; A sign of catholicity: diversity in matters open to opinion; Zeal for souls should lead us to become all things to all men.
► Day 6, 23 January: Christ wanted to found the Church on the apostles; All Christians are called to be apostles; Apostolate "ad fidem" and "ad gentes."
► Day 7, 24 January: Christ chooses St Peter and his successors; The Papacy as an institution affirms universality in unity; Union with the Pope also means union with his magisterium.
► Day 8, 25 January: God’s grace converts St Paul; God counts on us as he did with St Paul; St Paul is a model for attaining holiness.