Wednesday, April 05, 2006


Building on the success of the Irish Jesuits' Sacred Space and Creighton University's Online Ministries, the British Province of the Society of Jesus recently launched a website called Pray-as-you-go featuring free downloadable daily reflections in MP3 format. Pray-as-you-go uses music, scripture and reflection questions to help busy people find time to deepen their prayer lives in the midst of their daily routine - on their way to work or school, at the gym, out for a run or wherever else they might use an MP3 player. Pray-as-you-go also offers a version of the Ignatian Examen of Consciousness in the form of an eight-minute 'Review of the Day' that provides an opportunity for structured reflection on one's daily activities. The Society of Jesus has always been on the cutting-edge of evangelization, and I'm proud to see Jesuits making creative use of new media to spread the Gospel and help people grow closer to God. I heartily encourage readers with MP3 players to give Pray-as-you-go a try. If you do, please let me know how it goes - and if it goes well, please share it with your friends. AMDG.


At April 13, 2006 11:02 AM, Blogger george said...

I just found the site through a link provided on the Boston College website. It is a really great site and so far I am finding it very helpful in my prayer life.


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