At some point when I grew up, I stopped praying like a kid. Maybe I was embarrassed to ask God for what I really wanted, or maybe I just wasn’t so sure He was able or willing to take care of me. I think one of the reasons that Jesus said that the Kingdom of Heaven belongs to children (Matthew 19:14) is because children still believe in a God who cares about every little detail of their lives. They are still courageous enough to ask for miracles when everyone else tells them to not get their hopes up.
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Senior year. Almost done… only ten months stand between you and the pomp and circumstance of graduation. For some of you, it can’t come soon enough; for others, you’re looking for as much time as possible to figure out what you actually want to do. Wherever you are (and wherever you’re going), you’re gonna need to be talking to God. To help, here’s the “Prayer of the Senior,” contributed by Fr. Matt Lowry.
It goes without saying, but praying is essential for life as a Catholic. Sophomore year is a unique place to be, as you get the hang of your high school hallways and move ever closer to becoming and upperclassman. To help start off this year, here is the “Prayer of the Sophomore,” written by Fr. Matt Lowry.