Daily Scripture Readings and Meditations
Daily Bible Promise
Each day of the year, read a different promise from the Bible!
Make a stop during your day. Spend ten minutes, praying here and now, as you sit at your computer, with the help of on-screen guidance and scripture chosen specially every day. This very special site has been provided to us from the Jesuits in Ireland.
Creighton faculty, staff and administrators reflect upon the daily readings. Also includes Online Retreats, Stations of the Cross and Weekly Guide to Daily Prayer. This is a Jesuit Catholic University in Omaha, Nebraska, since 1887 Omaha, Nebraska.
Gratefulness – a Network for Grateful Living
For a spiritual uplift in these uncertain and troubling times, visit a site dedicated to the spirituality of gratitude. This site was founded by the well-known spiritual writer Brother David Steindl-Rast.
“Lectio Divina” from the Carmelite Order
“Lectio Divina” is a very ancient Christian way of reading, meditating on, and praying with the Sacred Scriptures. First practiced in monasteries, it is today practiced in many parishes and cathedrals, and has become increasingly popular with Christians around the world as a way of delving more deeply into the spiritual meaning of the Bible, and its relevance for our lives today. Scroll down the main screen to find the online resources they offer for lectio.