Resources to help you with your personal prayer including the text of the daily readings and Divine Office as well as descriptions of Catholic prayers that you can discover and incorporate into your own prayer life.
Universalis offers the Readings of Mass and the Prayer of the Church (Divine Office) in a readily accessible form. The free version on the website gives the Psalms in a private translation due to copyright restrictions. With a small one-off payment, access is gained to the Prayer of the Church in the format with the Grail version of the Psalms and Canticles.Universalis
The Angelus is a Catholic prayer traditionally prayed at 6am, 12pm and 6pm each day. Recently we have been praying the Angelus before our Diocesan daily Masses at 12pm. The Angelus is a great prayer for families to pray together and is a good way to form a habit of daily prayerThe Angelus
The Daily Examen is a method of prayer that comes from St Ignatius of Loyola and involves pausing to examine the events of each day. The Daily Examen is a great way build a habit of daily prayer and a tool to grow in holiness and gain valuable insights about your own spiritual life.Daily Examen
A free daily prayer service from the Australian Jesuits, providing you with reflections on the day’s Gospel readings as well as other articles exploring people’s experiences of God. Featuring daily reflections on the Gospel readings to help you connect with God in your life, and a blog that is updated weekly.Daily Prayer