by Sharon Ely Pearson

Prayer is communication with God and can occur before a meal, at bedtime, during a worship service, or any time the need or opportunity arises. Silent and spoken prayers are both okay and can be used throughout the day. Prayer is also taking time to listen to what God is saying to us.

During this Lenten season, explore some of these online resources to help you pray in the midst of your busy life in new ways:

Cotter Cairns offers a variety of resources for daily prayer that use contemporary, inclusive language and are related to current issues and challenges of modern society. offers spiritual guidance for anyone seeking a path to God with helpful resources for various forms of prayer and meditation. It offers a free e-newsletter featuring prayers, reflections, and "tools for the journey." provides a rich variety of resources that remind us of the fundamental importance of gratefulness in our lives. It is centered on the teach of Brother David Steindl-Rast, OSB. If offers a free daily e-mail "Word for the Day." offers daily meditations from the wisdom of Henri Nouwen, one of the most profound and influentials Roman Catholic spiritual writers of the twentieth century.

Pray as You Go is maintained by the Jesuits of Great Britain and provides daily podcasts. Prayerful meditations on scripture, complete with musical selections from different parts of the world are provided in well-structured ten-to-fifteen minute programs, Monday through Friday.

Are there other online prayer resources that you use? Please share!

Share on facebook
Share on pinterest
Share on twitter
What did you think of this article?

(0 votes)
What people say... What did you think of this article?
Order by:

Be the first to leave a review.

{{{review.rating_comment | nl2br}}}

Show more
{{ pageNumber+1 }}

Similar Articles


Like what you see?
Subscribe to get new articles, plus free weekly updates in your inbox.
We never sell your contact info.

Close Menu