Good Way for Catechists (or Anyone!) to Pray
Lord's Prayer during Lent by Jeanne Heiberg
Elizabeth Ann Seton Prayers for Teachers and Students
Prayer Service: Lessons of Love from Jesus, The Master Teacher by Jean
Grant - Help your students understand Jesus' use of parables with this prayer service.
to the God Who “Remembers” - The Word Among Us
Written in Heaven by Sandi Belleque - "This is a good reflection prayer for anytime. It can be especially
powerful during Lent."
Key to Discernment, by Mark E. Thibodeaux, S.J., Catholic Update - "We Christians don’t just decide things, we discern them. That is, we
do our best to figure out what God is calling us to in every situation. We do
our best to say yes to that divine invitation. But how do we discern
God’s will for us? That’s the tricky part."
- How Can We Pray
Unceasingly? by Ronald D. Witherup, S.S., The Passionists - Compassion
- Spring, 2008 - Developing the habit of praying constantly, without ceasing, is a habit of
the heart. If we heighten our awareness of God’s presence and action in the
world and do not waiver in that desire, our life can become our “prayer” in the
to that Soft Still Voice Within by Mother Nadine
Bible and Prayer by Michael D. Guinan, O.F.M. - When Pope Benedict XVI gathered Catholic Bishops to discuss the Bible at the
Synod for Sacred Scripture, there was a lot of talk about the Eucharist,
Scripture, and the practice of Lectio divina.
- Finding Your Own Way to Pray, by Jom and Susan Vogt, Every Day Catholic "Prayer generally falls into the broad categories of verbal or nonverbal, individual or communal, memorized or spontaneous, contemplative or active. Seekers might experiment with many of the following forms of prayer and let trial and error lead them to deeper conversation with God"
Friday, October 26, 2012
Articles on Prayer
Here are links to articles on prayer gleaned from various online sources: