Just found this site, which is done by the Jesuits in Britain. As you can tell from the title, it provides a prayer resource that you can download to your MP3 player. You can also download it as WMA, subscribe as a weekly podcast or listen on line. You can download daily or weekly installments, as well as two “preparation for prayer” exercises and an 8 minute “Review of the Day” meditation.
It’s a meditative prayer guide in the tradition of Ignatius Loyla, founder of the Jesuits. You get some music, a Bible reading, some suggestions for ways that you might meditate on the reading and pray about it. Each one appears to last around 10 minutes (based on a sample size of two).Â For those, like me, who would like to pray more often but find it difficult to structure the time and are sick of the “shopping list” approach to prayer, this would be a good site to look at. They suggest you can use it while traveling, but I don’t think it would work while you were driving (or in any other situation where you are looking for background noise) – you need to concentrate to get the benefit which would take your attention off the road.
Why not click the link below and give it a try.