Teach Us to Pray: An Introduction A Rich Tradition Praying the Our Father Praying the Hail Mary Praying the Rosary Mary as Patron and Companion Praying with the Saints Examination of Conscience Lectio Divina Resting on a Word Resting in God Centering Prayer The Colloquy Praying with Your Guardian Angel The Mass as Prayer Praying to Become What We Receive Eucharistic Adoration Praying with Icons Images of God For All Reasons The Best Time to Pray Family Prayer Praying with Friends Faith Sharing Spiritual Conversations Journaling Everyday Mysticism Spiritual Direction Christian Retreats Beginning with Gratitude Honesty in Prayer I'm Angry, God! Prayers of Petition Insights in Prayer Pilgrimage as Prayer Nature Prayer Praying for Our Common Home Summertime Prayer Finding God in All Things Savoring Joy and Prayer Being a Contemplative in Action Praying as Priest, Prophet, and King God Speaks through Dreams Praying for Mercy Praying to Discern Our Vocations Memories in Prayer Desires in Prayer Distractions in Prayer Dryness in Prayer Praying in Times of Doubt Praying for Our Enemies In All Seasons Advent and Christmas A Season of Waiting Patience in Prayer No, Less, Yes Praying with the Holy Family Lent, Easter, and Pentecost Praying during Lent Kindness as Prayer Fasting as Prayer Praying the Stations of the Cross Praying in the Desert Praying with a Contrite Heart Easter Joy Praying to the Risen Christ Neglect the Spirit No Longer More Feasts and Seasons Visiting as Prayer Devoted Hearts Praying with Our Lady of Sorrows November: Not Downbeat at All Grieving in Prayer Afterword
James Martin is a Jesuit priest, editor at large of America, and author of many books, including Jesus: A Pilgrimage, Seven Last Words, and The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything.
The Christian longing to share anguish, fear, gratitude, and awe has found expression in many forms of prayer, beginning in Scripture and the practices and words of Jesus. Over the centuries many fruitful approaches to prayer have taken hold, but often there is a certain unease about what is right or what is best. In this welcome and welcoming book, Fr. James Martin eases these concerns with thoughtful, practical encouragement about prayer in all of its forms. In All Seasons, For All Reasons is drawn from "Teach Us to Pray," Fr. Martin's very popular monthly column in Give Us This Day.