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  • The Daily Examen Journal



    The Daily Examen Journal: A 30-Day Spiritual Retreat is for anyone who wants a guided experience of the Ignatian Examen in a beautiful journal format. Features include an introduction to the practice of the Daily Examen; 30 guided journal entries; inspirational prayers from the saints for each day’s entry; and hand-drawn art. Scroll down for a detailed product description, then click on the Preview tab for full-book previews.


    The Daily Examen Journal comes in three editions:

    • Bound paperback book (black and white interior)
    • Printable PDF (black and white)
    • Color PDF (contains different art than the b/w edition)


    When you purchase the printable PDF edition, you agree to our Digital PDF Licensing Terms.


    Purchase the print edition here or anywhere books are sold.





  • The Daily Examen Journal Sampler (Free PDF)



    Here’s a free, 18-page sample of The Daily Examen Journal. Try it out, then purchase the full journal in the Gracewatch store.

    The sample pages include:

    • An introduction to praying the Daily Examen (abridged from the full journal)
    • Three customized daily journal entries (four pages each)


    You might also be interested in The Daily Examen MISSION:CHRISTIAN journal page.


    This free sample is for personal use only. For multiple copies or for institutional use, please purchase a license for the full digital PDF.


  • The Four Ways Forward: Becoming an Apostolic Parish in a Post-Christian World

    Radical hospitality and proclamation.
    Spiritual multiplication.
    Mission (re)focus.
    Divine signs and wonders.

    These are the four models practiced by fruitful, joyful, evangelizing parishes.

    These are the four ways to move forward toward evangelizing our post-Christian culture. In The Four Ways Forward: Becoming an Apostolic Parish in a Post-Christian World, Susan Windley-Daoust, director of missionary discipleship for the Diocese of Winona-Rochester, explains each of these four approaches and concrete ways that parishes can implement them to transform their local church…and the world.

    Read the Preface (PDF)

  • The Stations of the Cross for Children



    Available in print or printable PDF editions, and also as printable 11 x 17 posters.


    The Stations of the Cross for Children was designed especially for younger children, with colorful illustrations and simple text that introduces them to the Passion of Jesus Christ on their level. Each station takes about two minutes to complete, including about thirty seconds of silent prayer. Optional prayers and Scripture references for each station offer a variety of ways to adapt and expand The Stations of the Cross for Children for older kids. The opening and closing prayers place the Passion in the larger context of Jesus’ mission…and every Christian’s call to continue that mission in the world today.


    The Stations of the Cross for Children features “The New Way of the Cross” approved by the uses the form of the stations approved by the bishops of the Philippines and used extensively there. It is well suited for younger children who are not yet familiar with the story of Jesus’ Passion. It connects the sacrifice on Calvary to the sacrifice of the Mass, and it places that sacrifice within the larger context of the story of salvation. It also prepares children for the Triduum, which begins with our recollection of the Last Supper on Holy Thursday and ends with the Resurrection at the Easter Vigil. See below for a list of the contents and a free preview.


    Purchase the print edition anywhere books are sold. Bulk discounts available; contact us for details.