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Prayer: sacred space

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"Prayer that is pure and directed to God by a faithful heart arises like incense from a holy altar. No fragrance is more pleasing to the Lord. Let it rise from all who believe." [Saint Augustine, Enarrationes in. Ps. 140, 5]
In busy lives, finding a quiet corner can be a problem. If your "quiet corner" can right now be where you are sitting in front of your computer at home or at work, here are some web pages that will assist you.
The Liturgy of the Hours (also known as the Divine Office). This is the richest single prayer resource of the Christian Church. It provides prayers, psalms and meditation for every hour of every day. It has existed from the earliest times, to fulfil the Lord's command to pray without ceasing. It provides the means for the whole world, united, to pray together and to bless every hour of the year. All over the world, hundreds of thousands of priests and religious have vowed to pray the Liturgy daily, and all over the world they do, in public and in private, in tin shacks and cathedrals, in palaces and in prison camps.
The Colour of My Days. Reflections based on reflections on the thought of Saint Augustine. By Donald Burt O.S.A. of Villanova University, Pennsylvania, in the United States of America.
Daily Bible Reading Plans (for downloading) - Different plans to allow the reading of the whole Bible within twelve months.
WWW.Prayers - From the Passionist Order in the United States. Many links.
Prayer, Meditation and Contemplation - Links to 22 sites with a social justice influence.
Augnet has another page of prayer links that is called Daily Bread. Click here.

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