Online Spiritual Resources

I want to share a few spiritual resources that I and others have found helpful in the midst of busy lives. Most of these sites deliver reflections or readings through email.   

Meditations from Richard Rohr

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Daily Scriptural Reflections from the University of Notre Dame

Daily Scriptural Reflections from Creighton University

Subscribe to the Daily Readings at the USCCB

Daily Reflections from Henri Nouwen Society

Sacred Space (online prayer resource from the Irish Jesuits)

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Anne Chapman
3 years 8 months ago
Wonderful. Rohr, Nouwen and Sacred Space. I am exploring the dotMagis blog now also. Since it's Ignatian spirituality, and this is a Jesuit magazine, maybe others would be interested. http://www.ignatianspirituality.com/dotmagis-blog/ Daily reflections from Ron Rolheiser can be subscribed to here - https://mail.aol.com/38848-111/aol-6/en-us/Suite.aspx

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