Last Minute LENT Print-and-Pray Craft Kits

Have you thought of what you’d like to do for Lent this year?

Giving up something, adding a prayerful devotion, donating money or time for the needs of the poor?

Here are a couple links to print-and-pray craft kits that are EASY to adopt for a prayerFULL LENT, even if it’s totally LAST MINUTE!

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Launch: {Project: Prompt Me to Pray} New Craft Kit

Here is the proper launch for my NEWEST Craft Kit PDF!

I’m just trying to make it EASIER for all of us to pray unceasingly, from the heart.
My book talks about how we can customize our prompts to pray to fit our unique circumstances, daily routine, habits, and quirks, and now I’ve created a craft kit that can help you implement these habit-forming prayer prompts in your life!

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Project: Prompt Me to Pray! >NEW< Craft Kit

Project: Prompt Me to Pray
Project: Prompt Me to Pray MORE
Project: Prompt Me to Pray MORE from the HEART

I’ve just finished creating this NEW Prayer-packed Craft Kit available as a PDF!

The Project: Prompt Me to Pray is a practical set of 24 (plus 6 formatted and customizable) Prayer Prompt Cards to be strategically placed around your home, work, car, and school to help us all pray without ceasing (Thessalonians 5:17) from the heart.

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Prompt Me to Pray through Easter

Prompt Me to Pray through EASTER is the next special guide to help apply the practical plan for consistent prayer from the heart of Monica’s newly released book Prompt Me to Pray to the Seasons, the Saints, and the Sacraments! We’re looking at the unique circumstances and graces available in these Catholic moments and mentored by these Catholic heroes to build the habit of prayer through extra timely
Prompts to Pray! 

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Prompt Me to Pray through LENT

Prompt Me to Pray through Lent features 47 digital Snapshot Illustrated Prompts!

Journey with Jesus through His Public Ministry, reflecting on scriptural accounts of the events, teaching, miracles, healings, and His Passion as Prompts to Pray and grow in virtue throughout our Lenten Resolutions!

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4 Goals for 2024

It’s that time of year again, our second chance to start the new year (the Liturgical Calendar began with Advent in 2023).

These are the big four resolutions that I’m going to tackle (again) and I’ve included some resource, article and affiliate links that I’ve found helpful.

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Christ the King Novena starts November 17!

November 26th is the Solemnity of Christ the King and November 17th is nine days before it so that makes TODAY the first day of the Christ the King Novena!

We made a special craft kit for that!

This Divine Mercy Prayer Counter Abacus includes the 9 intentions and relatively short daily prayers leading up to this great Solemnity!

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10 Tips Fostering Everyday Holiness and Happiness in the Home

So, we’re about half-way through the longest liturgical season, so unfortunately named Ordinary Time.

But Catholic living can add so much richness to our everyday life and celebrating our Faith and family culture can be an active pursuit all year long! Here are ten ideas to foster your own family culture…while integrating the richness of our Catholic Faith with Saints, Sacraments, Scripture, Catechism and Prayer!

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5 Tips to Pray MORE, From the Heart, When You’re TOO Busy

St. Francis de Sales once said, “Every one of us needs half an hour of prayer a day, except when we are busy – then we need an hour.”

I always feel at least a little bit better after I pray, especially when I prayer-journal and I’m praying from the heart. So why don’t I pray always, pray unceasingly, or at least pray for a consistent time each and every day? I have good intentions, but the day runs away from me. There are always more things to do, unexpected challenges, conversations, and needs. It’s hard to prioritize prayer and it’s difficult to remember to reach out in prayer, even when I really need to.

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The Saints Can Prompt Us to Pray

The Communion of Saints offers us mentors in our Catholic Faith, patrons of almost anything you can think of for intercession, and models of persistent pursuit of holiness, wholeheartedly seeking virtue, prayer, and union with God. While many of the Saints gave us specific teaching about prayer, we can also look to their particular patronage as a special prompt to pray as they did or to pray for their intercession.

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