Although the content is different every day, it keeps to the same basic format.
- The Daily Word App: Inspiration on the Go.
- Join the conversation.
- IDEA BOX (Japanese Edition).
- Meine Erfahrungen mit NS-Gedenkstätten: oder über meinen Umgang mit einer deutschen Identität und Erinnerungskultur (German Edition).
- The Swarm: A Novel of the Deep.
My vicar told me about Pray as you go How I wish I had found this sooner! I need to pray every day. This 'program', to me, is like having a short service every day, helps me because it is constructed.
Pray as you go | Free Listening on SoundCloud
Left on my own I find my mind and senses wander, I find it quite difficult to 'tune in'. This is just what I need and I recommend it to you. Pray As You go has been my friend and companion daily for over a year now. My tradition is Anglican evangelical charismatic and this window into a reflective tradition has been so life enhancing spiritually. Such a blessing - the choice of music for meditation is beautiful as are the reflections on scripture. The new format is good especially like the images. The only thing I miss from the old format is the bible reference. It would be helpful to have this so that you can read it after in context.
Prayer on the Go
Aspirations are some of the short prayers you can memorize and pray whenever you need them. You can make them up on the spot or you can check out this list of 20 of the best aspirations to learn for your busiest days. Stuck in heavy traffic or losing patience in some other situation? Why not try prayer number 10 while offering it up for the souls in purgatory?
Having a hard day that seems to be getting longer? The Catholic Diocese of Townsville, Australia, offers a comprehensive website on teaching meditation and contemplation to children; check it out at cominghome.
It offers ample evidence that it is possible to teach kids these important forms of prayer. During this processing you can share your experience and invite your child to share his or hers. You can also coach your child. The meditation that follows is a method that has been practiced by Christian masters of prayer throughout the history of the Church. Plan on meditating for about five minutes with younger children beginning about age five and fifteen minutes with older children and teens.
The prayers on the move booklet
Silently repeat the invocation in your heart. It may help to picture God, or Jesus. Simply begin saying the invocation again. If you feel engulfed in the presence of God, you may feel prompted to stop saying your invocation. More spiritually mature kids might also benefit from hearing short readings from the saints and mystics about meditative prayer. Daily examen. Imaginative prayer.
Eucharistic adoration. Yes, you can take kids to Eucharistic adoration!