Catholic Prayer Book
- Powerful Catholic Prayers to Help You with Daily Devotions and Everyday Life
- Narrated by: Dan Hillaker
- Length: 44 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 05-05-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: KW Publishing
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Do you want to learn how to pray more effectively?
Do you want to start a healthy prayer life?
If you have answered yes to any of the above questions Catholic Prayer Book: A Step by Step Catholic Prayer Book. (Prayers to Help You with Devotions and Everyday Life) is the book for you!
This is a Catholic prayer book that has been created to help you learn how to pray by discussing a few prayer guides and giving examples from saints and from the Bible.
This book is for anyone who wishes to learn how to pray, anyone who wants to improve his prayer life and anyone who needs quick prayer reference.
What will i learn in this book?
Here are some of the topics you will learn about in this book:
Learning How to Pray
Overcoming the Myths
Common Catholic Prayers
Basic Catholic Prayers
Beginning of Work
Prayer to Keep God's Presence
Noon: The Angelus
Night: The daily examination
Prayers to Virgin Mary
Hail Holy Queen
Loving Mother of the Redeemer
Miraculous Medal Prayer
The Glory Be Prayer
Other Common Prayers
Catholic Prayer Book: A Step by Step Catholic Prayer Book: Prayers to Help You with Devotions and Everyday Life covers two main areas. The first is how to pray. It gives a detailed guide to help you get started and also gives a few tips to keep you from veering off course. The second part looks at common catholic prayers.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By marnylee on 04-14-17
Adequate, not outstanding
A well-intentioned and faithfully represented introduction to Catholic prayer. It covers what most in the Faith would call the basics and, most importantly, the development of a habit of prayer. Very helpful in that respect.
I especially appreciate the suggestion to pray mindfully, rather than simply recite vocal prayers as quickly as possible.
As an older Catholic, I balk at the use of modern pronouns and rearrangement of words into the more contemporary forms. I was taught to entreat our Blessed Mother in the Memorare, "To thee do I come, before thee I stand...", for instance. Evolution of language, yes, I understand that, though I am saddened at the presentation of these beautiful prayers without benefit of exposure to the older forms. A small thing, but should not the language of our formal prayer be a little special?
The narration seemed a bit rushed, no discernable breaks when changing from one topic to another, but overall easy to listen to. I recommend this book, with the reservations above, to any new to Catholic prayer.
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