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Prayer on YouTube

09 Nov 2018 | Luke Bogoni

As a Religious Education teacher, I regularly turn to the ‘Tube’ for some visual inspiration. Here are some of my top videos for the classroom.


Explorations: Prayer

09 Nov 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

In this Explorations we look at why prayer is such an important part of our faith, and at some of the different ways people go about it.


The Romero Prayer

05 Feb 2018 | Bishop Ken Untener

Illustration of dove of peaceThis prayer was composed by Bishop Ken Untener of Saginaw, drafted for a homily by Cardinal John Dearden in November 1979 for a celebration of departed priests. It is often and widely shared as 'The Oscar Romero Prayer'. While Archbishop Romero never uttered these words, the prayer itself is a powerful summary of his legacy, and the legacy of all prophetic voices in the Church. 


RE-cycled: Prayer Time in Foundation

30 Apr 2017

Every morning in the Foundation classroom, parents, carers, children and their siblings gather together to pray together.


Prayer blog: Lent and pilgrimage

23 Mar 2017 | Peter Hosking, SJ

Lent is a time of preparation. It should not be all gloomy but rather a time to reach out for God in new ways. In some ways it is a type of pilgrimage.


Mercy prayer: An exercise for Sunday Mass

31 Oct 2016

Becoming a Church of mercy means becoming people of mercy in our parishes. Next Sunday, try the following prayer exercise at your local parish. 


Prayer blog: The memory of the heart

30 Jun 2016 | Susie Hii

When I was a child, one of the prayers I said was prayer to St Joseph, patron saint of a happy death.  Children don’t think of death but I learnt and said whatever prayer I was taught.  As I remember it, the prayer goes, ‘O great St Joseph, patron of a happy death, pray for us and obtain for us the grace that we may die a happy death, as thou didst in the arms of Jesus and Mary, that we may receive Jesus before we die.’  


Prayer blog: The Quotidian Instrument

29 Jun 2016 | Brian Doyle

I was a child when my grandmother died, but I remember her wake vividly, and even now when I am in a hushed room I am again peering over the edge of her coffin and noting that she had the rosary with the blue beads rather than the rosary with the black beads. This was a surprise. 


Mercy prayer: Group prayer for peace

31 May 2016

This prayer is to be done in a group setting. The process is based on that used by the Christian Life Community, an Ignatian prayer movement. It has been adapted to focus on Pope John Paul II’s ‘Prayer for peace’.


Behind the prayer: Grace before meals

03 Nov 2015 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ


We take a look at the story behind another popular form of prayer in the Catholic tradition. 


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