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Prayer

 Institute for Communal Contemplation and Dialogue
Founded by Nancy Sylvester, IHM in 2002,the Institute's purpose is to resource, educate and organize people of faith to reflect, analyze and act on the critical issues of church and society through a process of communal contemplation and dialogue. It's current project is Engaging Impasse: Circles of Contemplation and Dialogue. The website includes reflective articles on dialogue, contemplation, impasse, societal and ecclesial context, globalization and the new cosmology.

 Labyrinth
Walking the Labyrinth has re-emerged as a metphor for the spiritual journey and a powerful tool for transformation.  Here is an online experience you can use for personal growth and prayer.

 LEAD US NOT INTO TEMPTATION?
Francis Is Not the First to Question a Key Phrase of the Lord’s Prayer. Even though it has been central to Christian devotion since Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, the Lord’s Prayer has not remained unchanged over these past two millennia.

 LECTIO DIVINA; A BEGINNER’S GUIDE
When we practice Lectio Divina, we can imagine we’re actually involved in the events of scripture — for example, hearing God’s words to the Israelites in the desert. It’s an intensely personal experience.

 Liturgy of the Hours
The richest single prayer resource of the Christian Church. Psalms and readings for each hour of today, every day.

 Living Faith: Daily Catholic Devotions
Drawn from the laity, priests and religious women, Living Faith writers provide a variety of perspectives and insights. Each daily devotion is a personal reflection on a Scripture passage from the day's Mass readings.

 Living in the Presence of God
The Sacredness of the Present Moment - An article by Kerrie Hide, in which she draws our attention to the sacredness of the present moment in which we dwell and shows how we can nurture a spirituality of Presence through the practice of centering prayer.

 Living Space
Living Space, from the Irish Jesuits, is a cousin of the well known prayer site Sacred Space, offering resources on prayer, scripture and life.

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