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Magnificat online goes free, to help the homebound pray from home

Kathleen N. Hattrup - published on 03/13/20

As many are unable to attend Mass, the prayer and liturgy guide is now available to all

Various news outlets and other services are making all their Coronavirus material free as the pandemic rages on. Joining this trend is Magnificat, to offer the most important service there is: the spiritual kind.

A note at the web site announces:

During this challenging time, many of the faithful may be unable to attend Mass.Magnificat is honored to provide complimentary access to our online version to help people pray from home.

Content includes not only the readings for Mass, but also a prayer for morning and evening, as well as a daily meditation, penned by a variety of saints and modern-day masters of prayer and spirituality.

Find it here.

Or in Spanish, here.




Read more:
Pray with Pope Francis the entrustment to Our Lady in the time of the pandemic

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