Current Prayers are listed below. Or, see our comprehensive list for a prayer that's not listed here.

Our hope with these resources is that God is glorified in our prayer, that as we pray, we are conscious of praying with the whole Church and for the whole of creation, and that our hearts, minds, and senses—our whole being—is lifted up, quieted down, and mindful of God's great and overflowing love for us.



Resources: The following sites are sources of enrichment and resources for reflection and prayer.


Christian Classics Ethereal

  • Access what the site identifies as "enough literature to last a lifetime."
  • Find texts written by saints and other authors.
  • Locate sources that might beused for family or religious education group discussions.
  • Visit the Questions and Answers page.


  • Choose from information in many languages.
  • Explore the "Prayer and Song" section to learn how to prepare a prayer in the style of Taize.
  • Check out the daily Scripture reading.
  • Access a listing of available videos, CDs, and books.

The following sites might be of interest to families with whom you minister.

  • Daily prayers and reflections
  • Scripture readings
  • Book reviews
  • Coloring pages
  • Word search activities
  • Movie reviews

  • "A Mother’s Magnificat"
  • Short readings in "Feasts, Seasons, Sacraments"
  • Parenting ideas
  • Media advice for families, including ideas on video games, internet, and movies

  • This site contains text of several of the poems included in the book The Place Within: The Poetry of Pope John Paul II.

More Resources:

  • Provides a daily prayer online in English and 17 other languages
  • Invites you to make a "sacred space" in your day, praying for ten minutes at your computer with the help of on-screen guidance and scripture chosen specially every day

  • Shares resources of interest with those who work with and contribute to liturgies
  • Includes Question/Answer page, articles on liturgical topics, and links

  • International Biblical Studies site
  • Can be accessed in English, French, Spanish, German
  • Contains biblical-pastoral ministry folder which describes Bible-sharing methods from other countries.

  • Site claims to have “more sites on liturgy than you could ever explore”
  • Offers access to resource articles, information on Sunday liturgies, parish music links, and links to various Christian sites.

  • Companion website for the weekly PBS television program, “The Religion and Ethics Newsweekly”
  • Offers news from a religious/ethical perspective
  • Offers weekly e-mail preview, articles by scholars and historians

  • Free clip art for parish bulletins