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Worth Revisiting - Great Way to Begin and End Each Day

Thank you Allison Gingras and Elizabeth Riordan for another opportunity to re-publish our favorite posts on Worth Revisiting.

Go there now and be nourished spiritually. Be sure to visit Allison at Reconciled to You and Elizabeth at Theology Is A Verb during the rest of the week. You will be glad you stopped by.

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Great Way To Begin and End Each Day

(Originally posted September 22, 2011)

Lay Dominicans have a great love for the Eucharist and the Rosary. We begin our days with Morning Prayer and as often as we can on our knees at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Somewhere during the course of our daily journey, we offer a Rosary or two to our Blessed Mother and spend some time studying, reading and meditating Scripture.

Our days end with Evening Prayer and/or Night Prayer and with this moving tribute to our Heavenly Queen.

This prayerful rhythm brings a sense of stability to our otherwise challenging and hectic lives.

Why not try these practices on for size?

Want to learn more about the Lay Dominicans? Take a look here.

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