Daily Reflections

Daily Mass readings and reflections from The Word Among Us

Benedictine Daily Meditation from  the Sisters of St Benedict’s Monastery, St Joseph, Minnesota

Daily Reflections from Conception Abbey

Christian Art: read the daily Gospel through art. One newsletter a day with the  Gospel reading of the day, alongside a work of art that is poignant, reflective and appropriate to that reading, accompanied by a short reflection on the artwork and the reading.

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Resources for daily Lectio Divina: Divine Reading

“Listen with the ear of the heart” (St Benedict)

Lectio is the practice of listening to a scriptural passage without preconceived thought or intellectual study. It is not Bible study; nor is it an opportunity to share or discuss. It is an opportunity to quiet oneself and be receptive to God speaking through the Holy Spirit.

Lectio Divina: Extracts from an article by Fr Stephen Ortiger in The Tablet 2001

Lectio Divina as a Spiritual Practice

Lectio Divina Spiritual Reading

Lectio Divina:  a short guide to praying with the Scriptures

Lectio Divina leaflet

Follow the daily Word of God on the website of The Order of the Carmelites

Catholic Apps

Download the app for Lectio 365

iPray is an application that will help you to pray with the Gospel of each day. It provides the Gospel of the day and commentary on it.

Hallow is a meditation app to help you find peace and grow in your spiritual journey.

One Minute Pause is a simple way to connect with God in the midst of your busy day.

Reimagining the Examen offers a modern take on St Ignatius’ 500-year-old prayer. Its Examens can be adapted to the user’s particular need and situations. With thoughtful reflections on relationships, pending decisions, times of transition or gratitude, the user can review their day with God wherever they are.