This prayer prompt is to discover prayer ideas which start with different letters of the alphabet. This is a suggestion for a group prayer, but it could also be used as an individual prayer starter.
This cube is basically a large die. Roll it and then recite the prayer. This can be a fun tool to help with memorizing prayers. It can also be used to remember to pray every day. Makes a unique gift for First Reconciliation or First Communion.
This comic book is a colorful and engaging way for children to learn about the mysteries of the Rosary. It includes the Joyful, Luminous, Sorrowful, and Glorious Mysteries. Recommended for children ages 9-12.
In this video, Fr. James Martin describes the method of prayer known as Ignatian contemplation. It is a method of praying with scripture. In this method of prayer, you use your imagination to place yourself in a scene from the Bible and become aware of how the Holy Spirit moves you in that experience.
The readings for the 7th Sunday of Easter remind us that even though Jesus is not with us in his human body, we are still connected to him and to each other in prayer.
Prayer allows us to see one another the way God our Father sees us, and to realize that we are brothers and sisters. – Pope Francis
The readings for the 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time encourage us to praise God for all of the blessings in our lives. Prayer, especially praise, relationship with Jesus, and letting go of our burdens are all possible themes for this weekend’s readings. Here are some ideas.
We are created with a longing for God. Prayer is a way to connect with God. Even though Jesus is not with us in human form, we can speak to Him every day. Here you can find ideas, games, and activities related to this Sunday’s readings for your youth ministry, classroom, or family church.
Lectio Divina means “divine reading”. It is a prayer practice which trusts that God speaks to us through scripture. This is a practice I started doing regularly a few years ago.
Through prayer we can enter into a stable relationship with God, the source of true joy. – Pope Francis