bullet Here is a brief review of a number of outstanding online resources on prayer.

bullet Catholic Prayersis, to my knowledge, the largest library of Catholic prayers on the net. If you are looking for a prayer for a specific occasion this is the site to investigate. The organiztion of prayers under subject titles makes it easy to find what you need.bullet Fr. Victor Hoagland, C.P. guides us in daily morning and evening prayers.I also recommend his other pages on prayer: Companion in Illness; Little Children Pray (prayers and simple catechesis on prayer for children from about the ages of 3 to about 6); Meditations and Prayers for Lent and Easter; ; Prayer in Particular Circumstances.
I am the vine, you are the branches. John 15:5...

bullet Rev. Roger J. Smith, pastor of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Seattle has also produced a noteworthy web site called Art as a source of Christian Meditation. Catechists and Religious Education teachers who are interested in using fine art to help their students meditate (or art teachers who are interested in helping their students pray through art!) will appreciate Father Smith's commentary on a number of masterpieces by great artists.

bullet Resources for Catholic Educators also has a large number of links on Prayer.

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