Prayers for Meetings: A Complete Ready-To-Use-Kit
Dr Maureen Cleary
A Complete Ready-To-Use-Kit
FOR MEETINGS OF BOARDS, COUNCILS, COMMITTEES,
STAFF, VOLUNTEERS OF CHURCH ORGANISATIONS
This flexible kit contains:
- 12 beautifully illustrated Prayer Sheets, each has different theme.
- The Themes are:
- New Beginnings
- Why God?
- Spirited Leadership
- Suffering as a Centre of Gravity
- Forgiving Liberally
- Making Difficult Decisions
- Our Shared Inheritance
- Agents of Transformation
- Sorrow’s Mystery
- A Catholic Workplace
- Mission Formation
- A Grateful Year’s End
- 20 laminated copies of each Prayer Theme are provided so that sheets can be used year after year.
- Each Prayer Theme ends with a suggested song with its URL address for downloading.
I was delighted to hear that Maureen Cleary has produced Prayers for Meetings Kit Vol 2. I used the first kit extensively in a range of settings and found it a beautiful way to begin meetings and to bring people together for prayer. Maureen offers thoughtful and contemplative prayers that allow people to stop, pray, put themselves into the hands of God and be nurtured by beautiful words and music. I highly recommend this Kit as an excellent prayer resource.
Frank Pitt, Principal, St Mary’s Star of the Sea College Wollongong
Since its release several years ago, Prayers for Meetings Vol 1 has become a vital resource for the Catholic workplace. The themes chosen for this new volume reflect Dr Maureen Cleary’s deep insight into the issues which pervade our daily experience in community. The prayers she has created in response to those themes will not only enrich the faith life of those who engage with them, they will be rewarded with practical wisdom for their professional practice.
Jenny Allen, Executive Director, Catholic Education Diocese of Bathurst
Maureen Cleary expresses her own deep faith in these prayers. At this time, when our faith in God is being surely tested, Maureen presents these beautiful prayers which show her own profound trust in the God who shares our joys and struggles. Highly recommended.
Fr Michael Walsh cm