Prayer as Presence

Our life took the path of the Lord

when we discovered


And the first thing we learned

was that we were not able to pray.

So, since that moment, we began to desire

with all our hearts

and minds

to learn to pray.

And God, with all His goodness, taught us.

Praying is sharing time with God,

wishing Him to live in our hearts

and thinking and hoping for what He likes.

Every day, we receive His word

and always bring it with us.

Eucharist allows us to receive Jesus within us.

The Liturgy of the Hours introduces us

to the Communion of Saints.

The Rosary is our request to Mary,

to Her tenderness and maternity.

Thus, we revive within us

the presence of God the Father,

the Son and the Holy Ghost.

We watch Him and He watches over us.

We always praise Him:

«You, Lord, are good,

do of me as you like, help me, mercy, mercy».

Thus, our day

is marked by hours of prayer

that mingle with life:

pray and act, pray and love,

pray and enjoy silence,

pray and work, pray and listen.

Other presences help us

to keep prayer alive:

that of angels, of patron saints,

of many good friends who, both on earth and in heaven,

continue to pray with us and for us.


«So I say to you: Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.» (Luke 11, 9).

«And I will do whatever you ask in my name, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son. You may ask me for anything in my name, and I will do it.» (John 14, 13-14).

Comment by Rosanna Tabasso      Comment by Mons.Pollano


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