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3 New Catholic Journals Making Christ’s Light Brighter

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Prayer journaling is an incredible spiritual practice. 

Often, when we start prayer journaling, we find ourself pouring our hearts out to God – but by the time we finish, we see God’s words to us on the page.  Journaling can help us relieve stress and cope with internal struggles. 

Many secular psychologists and physicians agree there are real benefits to journaling.  When we prayer journal, we bring those to the next level.


 If you are curious about why it is good to prayer journal, check out this article: 5 Benefits of Prayer Journaling.

Sometimes we can pick up a blank notebook and just start journaling.  Other times we need a little more structure.  Often, our children need guidance on how to pray, what to pray about and how faith is relevant in his or her daily life.

The first two are for women.  The third is for a preteen/young teen searching for God in his (or her) life.


Wondering how to live liturgically? Searching for a way to strengthen your domestic church?

Check out Jen Frost’s new book:

Make Every Day Blessed: Living the Liturgical Year  


In Make Every Day Blessed, you will:

*discover the significance behind each of the liturgical seasons (Advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter, and Ordinary Time);
*examine the ways you currently celebrate each season, and reflect on the deeper meaning behind our collective celebrations;
*reflect on how you can live with greater intention throughout the liturgical year.

The Catholic Church is full of rich tradition, enabling us to experience the world as God intended through the beauty of each liturgical season: Advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter, and Ordinary Time. In Make Every Day Blessed, Jen Frost explores in depth each of these seasons. You will learn the significance of the season, how and why it is celebrated, and ways you can live the season in your home. By understanding the why’s and how’s of living liturgically, you will have the opportunity to grow in faith and share it with those around you all year long.

Throughout this journal you’ll find thought-provoking questions to guide your journey. You can record your own responses and insights right in the journal. As with all the Stay Connected journals, guided prayers and space to journal provide opportunities for you to forge a deeper connection with Christ.

Do you wonder if your prayers are truly coming from your heart?  Are you hoping to reinvigorate your prayer life?

Check out Monica McConkey’s new book:

Prompt Me to Pray

Prompt Me to Pray by Monica McConkey presents practical tips for prayer that can be easily customized to fit our busy lives, habits, daily tasks, and even our struggles. 

The book features different approaches to heartfelt prayer including journaling and praying out loud, both spontaneous and classic prayers. It also includes journaling pages with specific writing prompts and prayers to customize your own personal plan for prayer. It includes a prayer vault of classic prayers and templates of full color pocket prayer prompts.

Recognizing our littleness as an inexhaustible source of Prompts to Pray helps us to reach out humbly in prayer when we need Him most and reminds us that God can use all things for good.

Monica shares the Prompts to Pray that she has discovered as she pursues consistent, heartfelt prayer and a personal relationship with Jesus.

Do you have a son who has a hard time connecting faith to his daily life?

Make the Catholic faith relevant to your son by encouraging him to use the new Be Yourself Journal for Catholic Boys.*

Be Yourself

A Journal for Catholic Boys

“You are a thought of God, you are a heartbeat of God. To say this is like saying that you have a value which in a sense is infinite, that you matter to God in your completely unique individuality.” – Pope Saint John Paul II

Be Yourself: A Journal for Catholic Boys was designed for boys to understand their identity and individuality, with the help of their Catholic faith.

Packed full of great art, quizzes, journaling questions, quotes from the saints, Scripture verses, and passages from the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the Be Yourself journal helps boys become the men God created them to be.

Ages 9 and up.

*Make the Catholic faith relevant to your daughter by encouraging her to use the Be Yourself Journal for Girls!

Want more great Catholic journal suggestions?  Check out this list! 7 Best Journals for Busy Catholics