Go deeper in prayer through these devotions and events

Taizé Prayer

Taizé Prayer is meditative in nature, using music, readings and silent reflection to focus our prayer. It is an ecumenical form of prayer modeled after the Taizé community in France. Christians of all traditions share in this ecumenical prayer whose purpose is to foster reconciliation and peace among all peoples.

Use the player to pray along with past nights and view the events to join us at the next Taizé Prayer.

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In the Presence of (In Presenza Di)

Italian for “In the presence of,” In Presenza Di is a "Holy Hour" and an opportunity to gather before the Blessed Sacrament for a time of prayer, praise, teaching and adoration. Based on an old Franciscan devotion, this contemplative night contains praise & worship, silence, scripture, a reflection, and adoration all done in the presence of our Lord in the Eucharist.

Use the player to pray along with past nights and view the events to join us at the next “In the Presence of (In Presenza Di)”.

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    The Rosary

    The Rosary is a simple prayer that uses gentle repetition to move into deeper meditation. It gives us the opportunity to ponder God’s Word and the lives of Christ and Mary through reflection on different mysteries.

    When praying the Rosary, we meditate on important events in the lives of Jesus and Mary. Twenty of these moments are captured in what we call the mysteries of the rosary. These mysteries are grouped into four sets: Joyful, Sorrowful, Glorious, and Luminous. Each set of mysteries is prayed on specific days of the week. They serve as a backdrop to the decades of the rosary and hold incredible insights worthy of reflection. As you meditate on these events, let the words of the prayers float by. Focus less on the words and more on the mysteries. Get lost in the scene. Imagine yourself there. Each of the mysteries of the rosary can teach a valuable lesson about life, love, and God’s dream for you.

    Use the podcast player to pray along with the Rosary lead by our staff. You can also download a guide to pray the rosary using the button.

    Download our Rosary Guide

    Centering Prayer

    Centering Prayer is a method of contemplative prayer in which we rest silently in the presence of God. It is a very simple method that is easy to learn. We may think of prayer as thoughts or feelings expressed in words, but Centering Prayer emphasizes prayer as a movement beyond conversation with Christ to communion with Him. By helping us to foster interior silence, and let go of all distractions, Centering Prayer can help us be more present and aware of God’s presence within us, closer than breathing, closer than thinking, closer than consciousness itself.

    Use the button to download our Centering Prayer guide. There is a Centering Prayer group that meets regularly on campus. View our next events and join us in prayer. 

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    The Blessed Sacrament Chapel is open every day from 9:00 am until 8:00 pm for private prayer and adoration. There is a "Sign-In" Book for anyone who wishes to provide their name, date, time of their visit and note any special intentions. 

    Stations of the Cross

    The Stations of the Cross or the Way of the Cross, also known as the Way of Sorrows or the Via Crucis, refers to a series of images depicting Jesus Christ on the day of his crucifixion and accompanying prayers. We have two sets of images, one inside the Daily Mass Chapel and one set of statues along the front of the church. These stations are available during office hours and can be prayed at any time. During Lent we offer opportunities for the community to gather and pray these together.

    The playlist of videos in this section contans 4 different versions of the stations of the cross that you can pray along with any time. View the events to join us the next time we pray the stations as a community.

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