Enkindle 30 – 12.13.2020 – Pray without Ceasing

New Enkindle contributor high schooler Carolyn Cooney shows us that the call to pray without ceasing isn’t necessarily hard and is definitely not boring! This reflection for the 3rd week of Advent reminds us that praying isn’t just about the words we say, but about our minds being turned towards heaven.

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Carolyn Cooney

Carolyn Cooney is a senior in high school and the oldest of six kids. Her youngest sibling is an adorable little brother with Down Syndrome! She is the author of A Gift to Our Lady: Consecration to Mary for Children and loves planning Adoration nights with her friends for the young people in the surrounding community.

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Carolyn Cooney is a senior in high school and the oldest of six kids. Her youngest sibling is an adorable little brother with Down Syndrome! She is the author of A Gift to Our Lady: Consecration to Mary for Children and loves planning Adoration nights with her friends for the young people in the surrounding community.

2 comments on Enkindle 30 – 12.13.2020 – Pray without Ceasing

  1. Excellent! Let us follow this great advice to pray without ceasing. It is interesting that God is never too busy to listen to us whenever we desire to talk to him. But we are sometimes too busy to find time to talk to God. Let us beg the Blessed Virgin Mary and Glorious St Joseph stocks strive to pray without ceasing. All things are possible with God!

  2. Peter Cooney says:

    A wonderful joyful way to live joyfully in the presence of God. I need to learn from my granddaughter. My mind so frequently drifts into trivial pursuits. I love St. Teresa’s little glance toward heaven. I will try to put that into practice for the new year.

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