In times of crisis we are reminded of the necessity, power and comfort of prayer. Here are some resources which we hope may help you to pray at home. Also, at the bottom of the page is our prayer request form, where you can ask our prayer network to pray for you or those you love.
Outdoor Stations of the Cross
Here at Seton you and your family will continue to have the opportunity to pray the Stations of the Cross in an open air atmosphere where you can encounter our Lord Jesus while maintaining social distancing. Temporary stations have been set up starting in the West parking lot and proceeding into the East parking lot perimeters. The meditation at each of the stations has been edited from the "Stations of the Cross during Coronavirus" by Maribeth Hopps. The stations are available every day from dawn to dusk throughout the health crisis. Please respect all CDC guidelines especially social distancing.
Our diocese' response to the Coronavirus limitations. Daily living ideas for quarantined Catholics by clicking here.
Pray the Rosary with a Seton Family
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee has published a helpful guide to celebrating Holy Week at home. It can be found by clicking here.
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee posts a daily reflection which can be found by clicking here
Create a Home Prayer Corner
Do you want to be more conscientious about making time for prayer in your life?
Here's a practical idea that works: purposefully create a space in your home that invites prayer and reflection. If you make the space, it is more likely that you will intentionally use it. click to read more
Daily Devotions and Meditations
Here are a few devotional site we really like:
Cope: Taking care of your Mental Health
Pause, Take a deep breath, and appreciate
As easy as it may be, take the time to count your blessings and enjoy the simple yet beautiful wonders that God has given you. The breeze, the sunlight, the plants that continue to grow, the beauty in a sunrise or sunset. Take this time to see your world with child-like wonder.
The Examen is a traditional method of prayerful awareness. It’s a short, easy way to reflect on your day and become more mindful about where you are experiencing grace or goodness and where there is room in your actions and life for growth. Especially in times of uncertainty and rapid change, taking time to reflect becomes essential. Click here to learn more
Reading or Listening to a Book
While you probably have a bible in your house, Traditional Catholic offers a list of free books to read via PDF, Kindle, ePub, online, or even the audiobook version.
Can we pray for you?
Seton's Prayer Network Ministry supports parishioners, their families and friends with prayer during times of special need. The ministers are a group of people who have offered to pray for others.