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Pray Station Portable

By SQPN.com

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Description

With this podcast, you can turn any portable mediaplayer into a 'Praystation Portable '. When you subscribe to the feed, you'll be able to download a daily morning and evening prayer that you can take with you on the road. The prayers are taken from the Catholic Liturgy of the Hours.

Customer Reviews

Should be more PodCasts like this one.

I think this is a wonderful way to incorporate the Liturgy of the Hours into your everyday routine. I download this and listen while walking, driving in the car or just relaxing after dinner. Prayer is something that has been a staple to many but I feel that many people have lost the emphasis of it in our daily lives. I thank you Jeff for taking the time out of your day to help spread the prayers of the Liturgy of the Hours. May God Bless you and please continue this wonderful podcast.

Beautiful!

This is a wonderful way to help incorporate the Liturgy of the Hours into our daily lives. I listen to Morning Prayer everyday while on the way to work. Before I found this SQPN podcast, I struggled to make the time everyday to open up my Breviary in the mornings. As regular laymen that has to work 60 hours a week to support my young family, I appreciate this wonderful gift. Thank you Jeff and Fr. Roderick! DD

Love it

I love it. No flipping around in a book trying to find the right page. This has been a great experance. How about adding night prayer?