Prayers and Reflections following the Boston Marathon Tragedy
1) Prayer after hearing the news of the bombing
(April 15, 2013)
2) Boston: We're ok. We're not ok. We'll be ok.
(a reflection from Rev. John Hudson)
3) Seeking shelter in the shadow of God's wings
(a reflection based on Psalm 63)
4) When hate knocks us down...
5) Lead us to a time when no one will suffer at another's hand
(a prayer from Alden Solovy)
6) When the darkness is most intense...
(a reflection from Fr. Walter Woods)
7) First responders: trained and ready for bravery
(reflecting on, praying for the brave among us every day)
8) Teach us peace, Lord
9) No matter how heavy the burdens...
10) What word does my heart need to hear today?
(reflection based on Psalm 33)
11) Praying until the danger passes
(praying while waiting through the search for the suspects)
12) A sigh of relief, a thankful prayer, a life to be saved:
Posting on Twitter and FaceBook: Vengeance or justice?
13) Where will my prayer in time of fear lead me when my fear begins to fade?
14) In need of peace, some sabbath rest and peace: Psalm 23
(a musical pause for prayer)
15) After the Marathon: What does the Good Shepherd look like?
(homily for Fourth Sunday of Easter)
16) Homily of Cardinal Sean O'Malley at Mass for Marathon Bombing Victims
17) Monday Morning Offering
The Shepherd We Look For, the Shepherd we Pray For
18) Moment of Silent Prayer, April 22 at 2:50 p.m.
(one week after the bombings)