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A Prayer to the Creator

 

A Prayer to the Creator (From Fratelli Tutti - Pope Francis)

 

Lord, Father of our human family,
you created all human beings equal in dignity:
pour forth into our hearts a fraternal spiritand inspire in us a dream of renewed encounter,
dialogue, justice and peace.
Move us to create healthier societies
and a more dignified world,
a world without hunger, poverty, violence and war.

May our hearts be open
to all the peoples and nations of the earth.
May we recognize the goodness and beauty
that you have sown in each of us,
and thus forge bonds of unity, common projects,
and shared dreams. Amen.

Prayers for the Pandemic: A Morning Prayer for a School Community

 

God our loving Father

we gather together this morning
but it’s not the same: some of us are not here
and there is distance between those who are –
not the distance of fear or mistrust,
but the distance of care, of thoughtfulness,
the distance that will help us to stop the virus from spreading.
 
We pray for friends and classmates who are at home.
We know we will see them again in school
and value their real presence even more, the gift of friendship.
Help us to ‘see’ more clearly what is important,
the good things we had perhaps overlooked,
the small details of everyday life,
graced with your presence.
 
We pray for a better world to come out of this –
more grateful for the people who do the ordinary jobs,
more just in the way people are treated, more caring for the vulnerable.
We pray for a world which is more determined
to look after the earth, our common home;
a world that will live wisely, think deeply,
love generously.

 

Amen

Prayer at the Beginning of the Day for Children

Sr Miriam of Turvey Abbey has shared this with us. The nuns at Turvey Abbey are great friends to St Anselm's and have helped many of our families. Please pray for them too.

Prayer at the End of the Day

Reflective prayer in the style of St Ignatius' Particular Examen

A Virtual Prayer Walk at Turvey Abbey

A virtual prayer walk in the monastery garden at Turvey Abbey.


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