Books & Publications

Support our mission and immserse yourself into the spirituality of the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network (Apostleship of Prayer) through our books and publications. Below is a list of books by various authors associated with the United States office of the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network.

Sacred Reading: The 2018 Guide to Daily Prayer
Beginning with the first Sunday in Advent and continuing through the entire Church year, this book engages readers with the daily scripture readings and introduces Catholics and other Christians to the traditional spiritual devotion known as the lectio divina, or “sacred reading,” in a new way.

Sacred Reading for Advent and Christmas 2017-2018
Beginning with Advent and encompassing the Christmas season, this book is inspired by Ignatian spirituality and guides you through the Church’s daily gospel readings as well as readings for solemnities and feast days.

Sacred Reading for Lent 2018
Beginning with Ash Wednesday and continuing through Easter, this book is a catalyst for an intimate encounter with Christ by reading, reflecting, praying, and responding to the Word of God in a way that is both familiar and fresh.

A Year of Daily Offerings
A Year of Daily Offerings is a prayerful 366-day experience immersed in the lives of the saints, the rhythm of the Church calendar, and the stories of ordinary people who lived the Eucharist in their daily lives. It will help you reorder not just your devotional life, but the entire way of looking at your day.

Pray with Me: Seven Simple Ways to Pray with Your Children
Grace Mazza Urbanski gives parents practical advice on how to help children find opportunities to pray throughout the day. Using warmth, humor, and passion, Urbanski draws on personal experience to show how families are brought closer together through deeper contact with God.

A Heart on Fire: Rediscovering Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
A lively introduction to one of the greatest Catholic devotions–the Sacred Heart of Jesus–showing clearly how the Heart of Christ can be a source of joyful transformation for contemporary Catholics.

Three Moments of the Day: Praying with the Heart of Jesus
In the tradition of Michael Gaitley’s bestselling 33 Days to Morning Glory, Three Moments of the Day presents a classic Catholic tradition in a way that is fresh and compelling. Jesuit retreat master Christopher Collins introduces three simple, yet powerful prayer habits that are at the foundation of both the Sacred Heart devotion and Ignatian spirituality and that assist the reader in turning intentionally toward the Sacred Heart of Christ.

Stations of the Cross with the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus
This personal Way of the Cross from the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network beautifully expresses the deep connection between the Eucharist and the Cross. At each of the fourteen stations, readers are encouraged to offer themselves to the Sacred Heart of Jesus by uniting their sufferings with his in the Eucharist.