Write 31 Days Challenge – 31 Days of Prayer!

Do you remember when I wrote that I was going to cut down on my blogging schedule? Well, it looks like I will be writing {almost} for the next 31 days. LOL!

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After some reflection, I have decided to participate in the Write 31 Days writing challenge. I participated in this challenge last year on my other blog; however, this year, I feel lead to take the challenge here on Simple Catholic Living.

And, the focus of this challenge will be prayer.

Therefore, for the next 31 days, I will post a prayer of some sort *{almost} every day. Some prayers will be traditional prayers, some will be lesser known prayers, and some will be prayers that I write from the heart. I will link to each day’s prayers here for easy reference.

Why am I doing this?

If you spend any time here at Simple Catholic Living, you know prayer is important to me. I’ve mentioned this before: prayer is essential if we are to live a Christian life. It is the foundation of our relationship with God. Without prayer, our relationship with God will be mediocre, at best or nonexistent, at worst.

Besides that, the world desperately needs prayer. It needs God. Sometimes, it seems like the world, and everyone in it, has gone completely nuts. And, the only effective way to have a real and lasting change is through prayer. Jesus says that with the faith of a mustard seed we can move mountains. I truly believe that, with prayer and faith, we can make a difference in this world.

Will you join me? Each day, come back to the blog for a new prayer. Or, save this post and come back to it daily. Like I mentioned above, I will link to the day’s prayers here so they are all in one place. Together, let us pray for ourselves, our loved ones, and for everyone.

God bless.

Day One: St. Therese

Day Two: Glory Be

Day Three: Guardian Angel

Day Four: Saint Francis

Day Five: Healing and Protection

Day Six: Saint Bruno

Day Seven: Our Lady of the Rosary

Day Eight: The Hail Mary

Day Nine: Lectio Divina

Day Ten: Thanksgiving Prayer

Day Eleven: Armour of God

Day Twelve: Prayer for Daily Neglects

Day Thirteen: Our Lady of Fatima

Day Fourteen: Abandonment to God’s Providence

Day Fifteen: Saint Teresa of Avila

Day Sixteen: Pray for Peace

Day Seventeen: Saint Luke

Day Eighteen: Saint Paul of the Cross

Day Nineteen: Our Father

Day Twenty: Prayer for Patience

Day Twenty-one: Saint John Paul II

Day Twenty-two: Saints & Feast Days in November 2016

Day Twenty Three: Saint Anthony Mary Claret

Day Twenty-Four: Act of Faith

Day Twenty-Five: Act of Hope

Day Twenty-Six: Act of Love

Day Twenty-Seven: Prayer Before a Crucifix

Day Twenty-Eight: Saint Jude

Day Twenty-Nine: Prayer for Vocations

Day Thirty: Prayer for the Deceased

*I may or may not post on Sunday. I try to honor the Lord’s Day as much as possible so unless I have the opportunity to pre-post, there will be no live posts on Sundays.

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