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20 Prayer Process Cards
Prayer Process Cards
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Free Prayer Process Cards

20 Pack

In The Four Signs of Dynamic Catholic Matthew highlights The Prayer Process as a simple way to develop the daily routine of prayer that is the first sign of a Dynamic Catholic. These credit card size prayer cards are designed to keep in your wallet or purse so that you can take The Prayer Process with you wherever you go.

We hope you will share them with family and friends. It is an easy way to invite people to begin a life of prayer.

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

A wonderful gift January 23, 2017
Reviewer: Maggie from Boulder,CO  
These cards are a fantastic resource and gift to others who are curious about prayer. Rather than perpetually checking my phone, my new habit is to pull out this card and dedicate a few minutes to prayer throughout my day. The simplicity and clarity of the directions has truly helped me build a deeper relationship to God.

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Wonderful tool for evangelizing January 23, 2017
Reviewer: Joanne Melear from Suwanee, GA United States  
I love these little cards and everything I have heard by M. Kelly, as I travel in my work.  The thought came to me "Why not give the book "Rediscovering Jesus" and one of these cards to each person God introduces me to, in her home, as a Saint Vincent DePaul Case Worker?"  Most of them are not Catholic, so I love that it ends with the Our Father, rather than the Hail Mary.  If you think a different book would be a better choice, please reply.

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Prayer Process Cards August 31, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Dayton, Ohio  
I received one of these cards during a Lenten talk by a visiting priest to our parish. I think they will be wonderful for my 7th grade RE class, as they learn to have more of a dialogue with God. It prompts us to reflect on important areas of our lives, while also ending with the familiar Our Father.

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