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Damien Scott

I like your idea about praying for the teachers in our life. I took the opportunity this monring to let my former novice director and present good friend know that he is at the top of my Lenten prayer program this year.


I'm still trying to decide what I'm going to do. I may try waking up half an hour early each morning to pray or read the Bible. I'm a night owl, so my body is pretty much resistant to the idea, but I did this once before, and it was probably my most meaningful Lenten discipline to date.


I am not exactly sure what to do for lent. I am having a difficult time figuring it out.


I am, along with a fellow blogger, Valerie, starting a prayer blog to run through the 40 days of lent.

Anyone wishing to write prayers on the blog, please feel free to email me at and put "prayer blog" in the subject line and we'll get you added.

Our dream is that the blog be filled with hundreds of prayers and that all who participate are inspired by other people's prayer "style" and that they grow in the way they communicate with God.

Anybody want in???


I'm considering attending Mass every morning. It would require a re-ordering and a movement of discipline in my schedule, to say nothing of what would happen though continuous reception of the Sacrament.

I'm also thinking of reading Miroslav Volf's new book, Free of Charge: Giving and Forgiving in a Culture Stripped of Grace, which is Archbishop Rowan's "official" Lenten book.

Tim Sean

I often find that my prayer life is enriched when I pray as I walk. But walking takes time that my schedule seems to resist. I'm thinking of forgoing my daily runs for walks, which makes me slow down and commune with God. I'm not sure yet, but thinking about doing this.

I still appreciate your web site.

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