Monday Conversation: What’s in your spiritual toolkit? Catholic Inspiration

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In this Monday Conversation Fr. Andrew offers some insights into developing our personal prayer life.

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About Fr. Andrew Ricci

A Catholic priest since 1997, Fr. Andrew Ricci is currently the rector of the Cathedral of Christ the King in Superior, WI. His website "Three Great Things" can be found at studyprayserve.com and his podcasts can be found under "Catholic Inspiration" in the iTunes store. View all posts by Fr. Andrew Ricci

4 responses to “Monday Conversation: What’s in your spiritual toolkit? Catholic Inspiration

  • Vanne Mojica

    Good morning Father. I’m an avid listener of your podcasts on spotify. This episode made curious as to how that rosary looks like. And all the other things youve described po. Thanks for your podcasts as a GOLD tool to improve my spiritual life po.

  • Vanne Mojica

    Okay i found it already in the fb live of father andrew. Thank you po

  • Randy Mays

    Father Andrew,

    God only knows how much you have shaped and molded my time every morning with him. Your podcast is a part of my personal Bible study every morning. I also use “The Word Among Us” for my daily readings and meditations. I use “The God Minute” and “Food for the Journey” podcasts. The Rosary along with my prayer list is in the evenings.
    You are probably wondering, ‘Where does he find the time to do all of these?’ I am a semi-retired, 681/2 year old guy. I am a preschool teacher. My wife, who is 14 years younger, is my preschool boss. We have 16 three to five year old kiddos in our home prescho. They are all considered to be high risk children.
    I think it was Will Rogers who once said, “If you love what you do (occupation), then you won’t have to work a day in your life!” It’s our passion!
    I’m a convert as of 1985. My wife is Baptist. Still we worship the same God!
    Many years ago I prayed that God would teach me how to pray and how to incorporate prayer into my daily life. Man, did he! Now I am praying one hour in the morning and one hour at night.
    I guess I’m now like that ninety year old man I saw once. He was sitting on his porch reading his Bible. I walked up closer and asked him, “How are you doing?” He said with a big wrinkled smile, “I’m studying for the big exam I got coming soon!” After our short conversation, I walked away with such hope and inspiration.

    God bless.

    Randy Mays
    Siloam Springs, Arkansas

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