What is prayer? How can I pray? A new DVD resource from CaFE

Filed in Spirituality by on October 15, 2013 2 Comments

If you have ever asked the question, ‘What is prayer? How can I pray?’ then you will appreciate this new DVD resource from the CaFE team. Called ‘Strength to Strength: the Practical Benefits of Daily Prayer’, it should be a wonderful resource for parishes, schools and communities.

Take a look at the taster video above, and the blurb below. You can find all the information on the CaFE website here.

A six session DVD series designed to give practical help to those wishing to pray more in their daily lives. Inspired by the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

Filmed in an engaging and humorous way with a TV studio audience. Each session lasts approx. 40 mins with midpoint group questions & prayerful reflections.

The six sessions are:

  • Pray for the day
  • Food for thought
  • The life of Prayer
  • Pray before you speak
  • Lord teach us to pray
  • Give us this day

Presented by David Payne, Giovanna Payne and Fr. Emmanuel Mansford.

The price includes a 10% discount for all purchases made by the end of 2013.

Integral to this course is the Strength to Strength Book and we would recommend one for each participant. Other helpful resources are the Alive Book, the Dare to Believe Book and the Head to Heart DVD (three CaFE talks on God’s love). Please call us if you’d like to order any of these on a sale-or-return basis.

The course can also be purchased as a download.


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  1. Tonia says:

    My children are at state secondary schools so I find this sort of thing a really good resource, we’ll definitely order a copy. It wouldn’t be the first thing they’d choose to watch but if I offer them popcorn and a chance to stay up late they’ll watch it. I spotted their uncle in the trailer (in the audience) at 4min 46 so that should also keep them interested!

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