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PRAYER LAB [ prair lab ] 

noun, plural prayer labs

1.    Any place, situation, set of conditions, or the like, conductive to experiment, investigation, and observation regarding different ways to encounter the Divine.


2.    30-45 minute experiences ths Lent at St. Thomas More which give you a chance to learn about a prayer technique, hear from someone who finds a particular kind of prayer powerful, and actually put into practice the kind of prayer you've learned.


Praying by Ignatian Meditation with FOCUS Missionaries

Meditation is about raising the mind to God. This style of meditation taught by St. Ignatius of Loyola engages the imagination to draw you into relationship with the Lord.

MONDAY | MARCH 13 | 6:30PM

Praying the Holy Rosary with FOCUS Missionaries

No one knows and loves Jesus better than his own mother. To pray the Holy Rosary is to contemplate the life of Christ alongside His mother and ours.


Praying with the Scriptures with FOCUS Missionaries

Reading the Bible isn’t like reading just any other book, for the Word of God is living and effective. Lectio Divina is a practice, learned from the ways of the monastery, of praying with Scripture so that reading the Bible becomes an encounter with the Divine.


Praying the Liturgy of the Hours with Deacon Dan Brahier

From the rising of the sun to its setting, may the Name of the Lord be praised! Based on the Psalms and Canticles of Holy Scripture, the Liturgy of the Hours sanctifies the hours of the day and unites the voices of the faithful in the official prayer of the Church.


Praying the Angelus with Fr. Jeff Walker

A simple way of sanctifying the day and reminding the faithful that the Incarnation has changed everything.

The Prayer Lab will begin immediately following each Mass this weekend.


Praying with the Sorrows of Mary with Fr. Jeff Walker

Suffering is part of life in a fallen world. Our only choice is whether we suffer with a Christ or without Him. We meditate on the mystery of suffering alongside our Lady who serves as a model for us all of what it means to suffer with Christ.


Praying for Divine Mercy with Fr. Jeff Walker

At the beginning of the 20th century, Jesus appeared to St. Faustina Kowalska in her Polish convent where he invited her to spread devotion to His wondrous Divine Mercy.

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