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Five Easy Ways to Create a Home Prayer Corner

Discussion in 'One Bread, One Body - Catholic' started by Michie, Apr 13, 2021.

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    Tejada is a writer, editor, and former HR professional. She works with a variety of Catholic businesses, like House of Joppa, and often covers developments in decor, interiors, and events. She also enjoys writing about parenthood and faith.

    Our Catholic faith teaches us that through prayer, not only can we directly connect with God — as if that wouldn’t be enough — but also with all of the Saints and Angels in heaven for any reason, large or small. One of the most beautiful things about prayer is that we can do it at any time and in any place. What a comforting thought!

    Why a Home Prayer Corner is a Good Idea

    Every home has distinct places for sleeping, bathing, or cooking. Why not have a special spot just for prayer? Creating a home prayer corner helps establish a special area where we can focus 100% on developing our relationship with God.

    Imagine it as a mini-retreat center, where you can pray, say the Rosary, read the Bible, and journal or draw as you reflect on His teachings and the events of the day. Even if you can only spend a few minutes in your prayer corner, it will be time well-spent nourishing your heart and spirit.

    Five Easy Ways to Create a Home Prayer Corner

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    There is no right or wrong way to create a home prayer corner. Do what feels natural and welcoming to you and the space you live in. Here are five ideas to get you started:

    1. The Small Apartment

    Remember that there is always room for prayer, even in a tiny apartment! Assess your space and get creative. If you don’t have an extra room or even extra space, try creating a “pocket-sized” prayer corner with tealight candles, a travel bible, a Rosary, and a small notebook. You can even invest in a dedicated folding chair that can be tucked away when you aren’t using it.

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