Share Your Day’s Highs and Lows as a Family

  “Highs and Lows” is a simple way to check in with family members about their day, and bring the day to God.   This article is adapted from the book 77 Ways to Pray with Your Kids.   Here’s a … Read More

30 Seconds of Silent Prayer: A Little Practice for Contemplation

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Prepare for Mealtime Prayers or Family Prayer with thirty seconds of silence, a practice that helps everyone (including parents) settle down and refocus their attention. It also helps children learn to be silent and still, which is good preparation for … Read More

Noontime Prayer: Helping Kids Reconnect with God and Reset Their Day

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If you are trying to pray an adapted form of the Liturgy of the Hours as a family, incorporate some form of noon prayer (the traditional Latin name is Sext) into your routine. Praying at noon is a great way … Read More