By Emily Antenucci
Catholic News Service
A parishioner praying the rosary at Holy Rosary Church in Hartshorne, Okla. (CNS photo/Dave Crenshaw/Eastern Oklahoma Catholic)
VATICAN CITY — How important is prayer in our everyday lives?
A question that might be up in the air for many is a cake-walk for Archbishop William Goh of Singapore, who says that prayer undoubtedly should be added to our workday. More specifically, he said, employees and volunteers who are involved in Catholic organizations, parishes, schools, movements and associations should pray at work every morning, at noon and in the evening with the Liturgy of the Hours.
The archbishop told the Vatican missionary news agency Fides that “without prayer, our work becomes sterile and bland, devoid of vitality and joy. Through prayer, our work becomes a vocation, our office a place of joy, of brotherly love, a place where we proclaim the joy of the Gospel to each other and to the world.” Continue reading “Mixing work with prayer”