Praying Ordinary Time

Deepening My Prayer Life

New - Beginning Again: Talking with God
Some ideas for beginning to pray again and how to get started.

New - Praying in Ordinary Time Before Lent
Some ideas for using Ordinary Time to pray and prepare for Lent.

Rediscovering the Corporal Works of Mercy

Praying in Times of Crisis

A Matter of the Heart: Prayer as Relationship

A Renewed Personal Encounter with Jesus

Finding Our Way Back Home:
Getting Un-Stuck in Prayer Life

Praying As We Age

How the Ordinary Time Readings Are Organized
and Can Help our Prayer

What If I Have Trouble Getting Better?

Gather Us In: Thoughts on the Synod on Family

Judging Others? Or Ourselves?

Scripture, Mass, the Rosary
How do I prepare for Mass on Sunday?
Understanding the Mass
Praying the Psalms
Praying the Rosary as Pope St. John Paul II Suggested

Marriage and Family

An Even Better Marriage
Ordinary Time Symbols in Our Home
Parenting Our Adult Children
Praying As We Age
Enjoying Vacation Time
My Mother's Suscipe: An Alzheimer's Story
Praying in Times of Crisis
Rediscovering Corporal Works of Mercy
What If I Have Trouble Getting Better?
Gather Us In: Thoughts on the Synod


Praying with the Church during Ordinary Time

These are the Collects for the first weeks of Ordinary Time for this year. These take us each week until Lent begins on February 10. Ordinary Time and these prayers will return after the Easter season ends with Pentecost on May 15.

First Week of Ordinary Time: January 10 - 16

Second Week of Ordinary Time: January 17 - 23

Third Week of Ordinary Time: January 24 - 30

Fourth Week of Ordinary Time: January 31 - February 6

Fifth Week of Ordinary Time: February 7 - 10

Other Sites we have:

Weekly Guide for Daily Prayer

Audio Retreats

Ignatian Contemplative Prayer: Using Our Imaginations

Resources for Grieving

The Liturgical Season of Ordinary Time counts the time between Christmas Season and Lent, and between Easter Season and Advent.

Ordinary Time readings, liturgy and prayer can be a rich time to reflect upon our relationship with God, our relationships with each other and to grow in depth on many levels.

Please let us know how these resources are helpful and what other support we might offer during this season.
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