We’ve Found A Liturgical Living Hack That Will Make Your Life Easier

by Books | Our Favorite Catholic Books To Read, Catholic Church, Catholic-Link.org YouTube, Family, Prayer

Ever found a resource that you know is going to make a huge difference in your family life? Some of our Catholic-Link team members received a review copy of Kendra Tierney‘s newest book, The Catholic All Year Prayer Companion: The Liturgical Year in Practice and we all agree that this is our new go-to to make family prayer time for busy families doable!

This Catholic prayer resource breaks down the liturgical calendar into daily prayer options to help your Catholic Family live in communion with the traditions of the Church. Kendra has complied the Catholic prayers necessary for you to have a liturgical life and help create a Catholic family culture in your home. These prayers and practices are a great way to connect with the Bible, the saints, the Church, and your family throughout the year. Without paging through stacks of books, you can easily access hundreds of beautiful devotions for every season of the liturgical year.

Katie and Drew Taylor had the opportunity to talk more with Kendra about the release of The Catholic All Year Prayer Companion: The Liturgical Year in Practice on our YouTube Channel! Take a listen.

Liturgical Living: The Call Year Prayer Companion With Kendra Tierney

If you are looking for easy ways to incorporate liturgical-based prayers into your life this book is a must have. Order it here ⬇️ https://www.ignatius.com/The-Catholic…

Catholic-Link Donations donate donation donor

Image: https://www.cathopic.com/photo/14691-amor-padre-un-hijo

Keep Searching, Keep Learning

Our Newest Articles:

No Drums? No Guitars? Why The Organ Is The Catholic Church’s Favorite

No Drums? No Guitars? Why The Organ Is The Catholic Church’s Favorite

Tra Le Sollecitudini – “Among the cares” In November 1903, Pope St. Pius X issued the Motu Proprio “Tra Le Sollecitudini” which is Italian for “Among the cares.” It is worth reexamining this excellent writing to glean from it the wisdom which endures. Of course,...

Catholic-Link