Visio Divina Prayer and Reflection:
Among the many ways to pray, Visio Divina (Latin for "divine seeing") is a method for praying with images or other media. Visio Divina is the practice of looking at a painting or a photograph and allowing the Holy Spirit to speak to you through the Art. We will begin our Visio Divina prayer this week with the creation story from Genesis 1:1-5
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Steps for Visio Divina prayer:
For a greater understanding of the creation story, listen to Genesis Day One from The Bible in a Year with Fr. Mike Schmitz.
Jesus used the same phrase "I AM" in seven declarations about Himself. We will read and explore these statement in the coming weeks. To being our Eucharistic journey, take a few minutes to ponder these questions:
Watch these videos with your child. They are short!
The Story of God's Creation
Learn about Saint John Neumann. His Feast Day is January 5.
St. John Neumann models the virtue of diligence. He is the patron saint of Catholic education. After watching the video share one thing you learned about St. John Neumann.
Pray the Hail Mary with the family and keep this prayer in your heart.
Return to First Communion page.