Recommended Websites

Our website is a crossroads that provides pathway links to the websites listed below. These websites are an excellent resource and are 100% free to use. There is an option to make a voluntary donation to their running costs if you wish to do so.


 New Pilgrim Path is an Irish website with an international following which introduces the great wealth of online spiritual resources that its small team has discovered and continues to discover. Its frequently refreshed pages include daily prayer, online retreats, reflections, sacred music, poetry and much more.



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Pray As You Go – Jesuit Media Initiatives (website)

Pray as you go is a daily prayer session, designed to go with you wherever you go, to help you pray whenever you find time. A new prayer session is produced every day of the working week and one session for the weekend. It is not a ‘Thought for the Day’, a sermon or a bible-study, but rather a framework for your own prayer.  Lasting between ten and thirteen minutes, it combines music, scripture and some questions for reflection.

Pray As You Go is a free service that doesn’t seek a profit and are grateful to those who freely contribute and put their time, creativity, voices and talent at the service of the prayers of so many.

As you can imagine, producing Pray As You Go comes at a financial cost. Therefore, all donations are welcome! Pray As You Go are very grateful for the support, the words of encouragement and the way you spread word about them.  However, if you can make a donation (small or large, as a one-off or regularly). This is how they will be able to sustain and develop the ministry they are called to.

Each day there is beautiful sacred music and singing included in each prayer session. The Music is available to buy at the Pray As You Go website. 



Centering Prayer (website)

Centering Prayer is a receptive method of silent prayer in which we experience God’s presence within us, closer than breathing, closer than thinking, closer than consciousness itself. This method of prayer is both a relationship with God and a discipline to foster that relationship.

Fr. Thomas Keating is a founding member and the spiritual guide of Contemplative Outreach. There is a wonderful website at that describes the simplicity of this meditation practice.



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World Community for Christian Meditation (website)

The WCCM community is a global and inclusive contemplative family The roots of the World Community lie in the desert tradition of early Christianity dating back to the 4th century.  The World Community is now present in 120+ countries. Individuals, weekly groups and centers share the peace and compassion that are the spiritual fruits of meditation. Groups meet in homes, parishes, schools, offices, hospitals, prisons and universities.

If you would like to support the worldwide mission of WCCM please donate here if you wish.

Bonnevaux is the international meditation and retreat centre of The World Community for Christian Meditation (WCCM). A residential community lives in the spirit of the Rule of St Benedict together with volunteers from many parts of the world. Bonnevaux serves global peace and unity among all traditions through dialogue, silence and friendship.
If you would like to support the development of Bonnevaux please donate here if you wish.

There is a website for the meditation community in Ireland. It aims to give you a brief outline of meditation from within the Christian tradition and keep you up to date on the activities of Christian Meditation Ireland. Visit the website



Center for Action and Contemplation (website)

Fr. Richard Rohr is a globally recognized ecumenical teacher bearing witness to the universal awakening within Christian mysticism and the Perennial Tradition. He is a Franciscan priest of the New Mexico Province and founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation (CAC) in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Fr. Richard’s teaching is grounded in the Franciscan alternative orthodoxy—practices of contemplation and self-emptying, expressing itself in radical compassion, particularly for the socially marginalized. Their website is