Guided by Sr Kathryn Hermes, an examen follows quiet time for reflection on the scriptures. The Hour of Adoration concludes with the rosary.
In this hour of Eucharistic Adoration, after space for reflection on a passage of Scripture, there is a guided examen and the recitation of the rosary.
On these days leading up to Pentecost and the great outpouring of the Holy Spirit, we want to draw close to Mary our Mother, and the Spouse of the Spirit. Sr Laura Brown, fsp will guide us during this time of prayer, helping us to reflect upon the action of the Spirit in Mary’s life.Continue reading “Mary, Woman and Spouse of the Spirit”
After a four-minute introduction for gathering yourself into prayer, this eucharistic adoration guide leads you through a meditative sacred reading, time personal reflection on your life in the light of Jesus’ love, and the recitation of the rosary.
A 60 minute adoration guide, beginning with four minutes of silent reflection. The reading follows: To put yourself in the story, it may help to read this imaginative account based on the accounts in the gospels of Luke and John: The arms of the young disciple John were gently, almost reverently, wrapped around Mary’s shoulders,Continue reading “With Mary Beneath the Cross of Her Son”