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Resources for Praying at Home

Fenwick’s Campus Ministry seeks to help the Fenwick community grow closer to God and one another through prayer, liturgy, retreats, and service in the spirit of the Dominican tradition. While we pray together when possible, these resources are meant to assist Friars and their families while we are apart. 


Prayer Apps

Hallow App  A Catholic meditation app to help you find peace and grow in your spiritual journey. A great tool for anyone feeling a ‘rusty’ when it comes to prayer. Gives you the ability to set goals and reminders similar to fitness apps. There is both a ‘lite’ and a paid version.


Reimagining the Examen App This app offers a modern take on St. Ignatius’s 500-year-old prayer. Its Examens can be adapted to users’ particular needs and situations. With thoughtful reflections on relationships, pending decisions, times of transition, or gratitude, users can review their day with God wherever they are.


Laudate App - the #1 Catholic App with access to the entire Bible, daily Mass readings, common Catholic prayers, and more. One of the most extensive Catholic apps in terms of volume of content. 


Audio Meditations and Virtual Prayer Available Online

Guided meditations by Pray-as-you-go, including meditations on dealing with anxiety, depression, grief, insomnia, and more. These are high quality production and last from 8-12 minutes. Free.


Daily Scripture reflections by Pray-as-you-go. This meditation is a Lectio Divina style of prayer, a narrator reads the Scripture and asks reflection questions. Each day features a spiritual song. High quality production and content.


Three minute Retreats - A virtual retreat with photos and audio, you get to choose the pace, but they can be done in just three minutes. From Loyola Press.


Blogs and websites

Blessed is she - Blog, A sisterhood of women who want to grow together in faith. Offers daily devotions and online spiritual community for women.


Word on Fire. Founded by Bishop Robert Barron, a Fenwick alum, contains links to see Bishop Barron’s daily livestream Mass and other resources about the Catholic Faith. - recorded homilies, spiritual readings, links to live stream Masses.


Formed is a Catholic video streaming platform, some call it the ‘Catholic Netflix.’ Requires a subscription, and has videos explaining the Catholic faith as well as short films on the lives of the saints. Also includes content for school aged children.


Live Streaming Mass

Mass from Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago. Recorded and posted on YouTube.


Live-stream Mass - English

From the Basilica of the Sacred Heart at the University of Notre Dame. Monday-Saturday at 10:30 am, Sunday at 9:00 am central. 


Live-stream Mass - Spanish

From San Fernando Cathedral in San Antonio, Texas. Sundays 8:00 am and 12:00 pm.


Daily Mass readings - this link may take you to a reading from May. Look for the calendar on the right hand side of the webpage, and click on today’s date for the current reading.


Other live stream offerings - A compilation of live stream Masses and prayers