To pray is to be with Someone we love and who loves us much more than we can imagine. We can recognize God’s presence in our life when we take the time to read our life in light of the Scriptures.

Pray with the Bible invites you to make a ‘Sacred Space’ in your day, and spend ten minutes, praying here and now, as you sit at your computer, with the help of on-screen guidance and scripture chosen specially every day. If you want to learn how to pray with the Scriptures, this website is for you!
Available in many languages provides you with the Gospel of the day and a short commentary of it. Indeed, The Catholic Church associates with each day passages from the Scriptures. In doing so, she provides the opportunity to become more familiar with Scripture while engaging in prayer on a daily basis.
Available in many languages will give you the complete liturgical calendar, not only with the readings of the masses but also with the psalms of the offices of the hours, prayed by priests and religious all around the world.
Available only in English

Pray with your day
The first words we teach our children, and which are also the foundation of our social life, are “thank you”, “sorry”, “see you”. They are the foundation of our spiritual life, too! Why not try taking some time every evening, to read your day with the help of these three words? (1) Let us first put ourselves in God’s presence, asking for the grace to see ourselves and our day with God’s eyes; (2) Let us then say “thank you” for all the important events of our day, recognizing that everything has been given to us; (3) Then, let us then say “sorry” for all the times when we haven’t answered with love to the people around us, when we have enclosed onto ourselves; (4) Then let us conclude by opening our future with God, because “tomorrow is another day”: let us ask God what we need to be happier, with the true happiness we feel when we love one another as God has loved us…