Prayer and Scripture

The Daily Divina
This free daily email from The Catholic Telegraph links to the readings of the day and offers a brief scripture meditation. Parishioners can sign up here: thecatholictelegraph.com/digital-subscriptions.
Time needed: 5-10 minutes

Laudate App
Includes resources such as an interactive Rosary, Daily Readings, the Liturgy of the Hours, the Bible and a large selection of prayers—in Latin and English! This site will help you download the app: catholicapps.com/laudate/. Please note: you can only access Laudate through the app, downloaded to your tablet or smartphone.
Time needed: As much as you’d like!

Universalis
The Liturgy of the Hours, or Divine Office—the Work of God, is the official set of prayers marking the hours of each day. Priests are required to pray the Office each day, and the laity are also encouraged to pray the Divine Office. Join Catholics from around the world each day in prayer: universalis.com.
Time needed: Depending on which Hour of the day you’re praying, about 15-20 minutes.

Sacred Space
This prayer website guides users through a 10-minute session of prayer centered on a passage of scripture. Other features can be found at the bottom of the homepage under More Sacred Space for retreats, Living Space—Bible Commentary, Novenas, Praying with the Pope, the Chapel of Intentions and Remembrances where you can submit your intentions and departed: sacredspace.ie
Time needed: 10 minutes, or longer if you wish to explore other reflections.

Scripture Study

Understanding the Scriptures
This podcast is composed of 30 episodes, each between 72-80 minutes, and covers the entire Bible. Each episode covers one of the 30 chapters in the textbook Understanding the Scriptures by Dr. Scott Hahn (part of the Didache series.) Listeners to the podcast do not need to purchase the book, though it can be beneficial to purchase a copy and follow along: Catholicboard.com.
Time needed: As much as you’d like! You can start and stop the episodes on demand.

Spiritual Enrichment

FORMED
Enjoy Catholic content from more than 60 organizations to help explore your faith anywhere! Thousands of movies, children’s programs, eBooks, audio, parish programs and studies are available for streaming directly to your browser, mobile or connected device. All parishioners are able to use this service for FREE. Click HERE to Learn More!
Time needed: As much as you’d like!

Word On Fire
Bishop Robert Barron, founder, and his team, touch on a wide range of subjects, including Jesus, prayer, science, movies, atheism, the spiritual life, the Sacraments, the fate of the Church in modern times, beauty, art and social media. Bishop Barron reveals in his numerous digital videos why the Church matters today and how Catholics can intelligently engage in a skeptical world. This website can be accessed from your home computer, tablet or smartphone. You may also access 750 videos on a variety of topics on his YouTube Channel, Bishop Robert Barron. Wordonfire.org.
Time Needed: As much as you’d like!

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