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Oremus at Guy's - 7 December 2022

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An exciting Catholic study program designed to help participants to discover the essentials of an effective and fruitful prayer life.

Do you find it easy to pray? Is prayer an integral part of your day? Do you hear God's voice in your daily life, and know how to respond accordingly?

For many of us, the answer to these questions is "no," and we struggle to find even a few minutes each day to pray. The good news is that these difficulties can be overcome!

Oremus (which is Latin for “Let us pray”) is a Catholic study program produced by Ascension Press (famous for the popular “The Bible in a Year” podcast!) which teaches the essentials of an effective and fruitful prayer life. Over eight weeks you will learn the simple yet profound steps of Catholic prayer. Following Church Tradition and the wisdom of the saints, you will learn how to talk to God and hear his voice in Scripture, in your heart, and in ordinary moments. You will become more aware of His close presence, will learn how to overcome distractions and dryness in prayer, and recognize desolation and consolation as normal prayer experiences. As you become closer to God and deepen your relationship with Him, you will also grow in your relationships with those around you.

The program at King’s will be facilitated by our Catholic Lay Chaplain, Laurence, and sessions will take place on Wednesdays between 3:30 and 5pm in the Guy’s Chaplaincy Room. For more information, or to sign up for the introductory session taking place on Wednesday 12th October at 3:30pm, please email Laurence (laurence.jasper@kcl.ac.uk) Please note, this course is for current students only and the limited number of places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

If you are a staff member and would be interested in a version of this course run for staff, please email Laurence (laurence.jasper@kcl.ac.uk).


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7 December 2022

laurence.jasper@kcl.ac.uk