Morning prayer is a great way begin each day, pointing us towards God and entrusting him with our day. As busy women who are moms, working women and/or caretakers, it can seem impossible to carve out the time to pray. We’re thwarted before we even begin!
Just 5 minutes a day
Here’s one way to start — 5 minutes a day with a simple daily devotional covering the many experiences of women today who are raising children, holding down jobs, or caring for aging parents, written by people who have been-there-done-that. If you are looking for a friendly and gentle tool that will inspire you cultivate a daily morning prayer habit, The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion is the book for you.
The work of over 80 contributors, The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion offers a 300-word meditation for each day of the year, begining with a quote and ending with a simple question to prayerfully ponder.
I am privileged to have contributed 4 such meditations and am humbled to be included with so many of today’s prominent Catholic spiritual writers.
Now I want to give away a copy to one of you!
Along with a copy of The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion, I will also give you free audio book copy of my spiritual memoir, River of Grace from audible.com! And, I will also give away a song from my upcoming Marian CD, Mater Dei.
How can you enter this fabulous giveaway?
Just leave a comment on this post — it doesn’t have to be long or elaborate. You can even just say, “I’d love to win this book!”
Next Monday I will randomly pick the winner from the comments I receive and email you that you have won. This gives you 4 days to enter.
Simple. Now leave your comment for a chance to win!
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River of Grace Audio book with soundtrack music available now on Bandcamp. Listen to the preface of the book, and all the songs.
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