Contemplatives in Action is a group of men and women who are seeking to find “God in all things.” Through the Examen Prayer of St. Ignatius Loyola we see how the Lord is working in our lives in the moments of each day.
The Spiritual Exercises are a compilation of meditations, prayers, and contemplative practices developed by St. Ignatius Loyola to help people deepen their relationship with God. We will be using Fr. Raymond Gawronski, SJ’s DVD series as the basis for the program. See online for more about St. Ignatius and the Spiritual Exercises.
Men of the parish are invited to join us Saturday mornings to discuss the Sunday readings and Gospel. The focus of the discussion is how we can apply God’s word to our daily lives and how as men we can encourage one another. No preparation is necessary to attend.
Join us for an hour of prayerful reflection on the readings for the following Sunday. Come when you can; you need not make a weekly commitment.
Centering Prayer is a form of silent prayer, based on traditional contemplative Christian practices. It is a way of cultivating a deeper relationship with God. It doesn’t replace other forms of prayer, but deepens your capacity for all prayer.
Having a hectic week or a stressful day? Come and spend some special time in the presence of God. Saint Clement Church is open every Thursday from 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and the Blessed Sacrament is exposed. A short prayer service (Benediction) takes place at 6:30 p.m. Take some time after work and come spend some time with God. We promise it will make a difference!
Do you wish you had more time for prayerful meditation away from your children and daily distractions, in a friendly and low-key environment with other Saint Clement mothers? Join us for Rosary Group in the Chapel on Thursdays from 8:15 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Men’s Commuio prayer takes about 25 minutes, then it's off to work. All men of the parish are invited to attend when their schedule permits. Please enter the chapel from the Orchard Street door. They use a simple format: song, praying a Psalm, listening to the Gospel for the upcoming Sunday, a reflection, intercessions and Holy Communion.