I first found out about Pray-as-you-go from Rob Marsh SJ at his blog, All Things Seen and Unseen, and I've been listening since the first week you started!  I listen to it on my drive into work, and am always pleased with the production - the music, the speakers, the reflections, and the meditations.  Thanks for this wonderful ministry. 

Steve Bogner from Cincinnati, Ohio, USA 

Steve Bogner

The addition of Pray-as-you-go to my lunchtime at my computer has been very fruitful for me.  I find the use of imagery and music great supports to my prayer.  My only regret is that you don't have the readings available for Saturday and Sunday.  Creating these meditations must be a significant amount of work and the attention to detail is evident and most appreciated.  I just got an iPod for Christmas and now I can download these for use everwhere.

Joan Conway

I discovered Pray-as-you-go while I was surfing the internet, on Sacred Space, to be specific.  I put the prayers in my iPod, and I listen them when I think I need it.  I go to a place where I can be alone and start listening.  Sometimes I stop the recording and talk to God.  Afterwards, I continue listening.  I think this kind of prayer is a very good idea because many people have a very busy life, and with this resource they can relax some minutes and talk to God.  I would like you to create Pray-as-you-go in other languages because I'm Venezuelan and I don't understand some things in the English version. 


I'm a 31 year-old French student in Ph.D. philosophy, living this year in Montreal.  I heard about Pray-as-you-go thanks to the web site of the French Province of the Society of Jesus.  Ignatian spirituality is my way to pray and to lead my personal relationship with Christ.  I found PAYG on the net three weeks ago, just before the start of Advent, and it was like finding a little treasure.  The PAYG website concentrates on essence; it is practical, aesthetically beautiful and modern.  The music is beautiful, neither too much in time, nor too little, the readers' voices are pleasant.  All this could appear secondary but is very important.  I use it at home, in the morning or the middle of the day for the daily prayer session, and late in the evening for the review of the day.  I sit in front of my desk, in calm, books are closed except for my bible in which I follow the reading of the day in my mother language.  I am used to praying without visual aids, according to the Ignatian method which I integrated and interiorized, but it's also really precious and helpful to be led by the audio framework that you offer us.  I can "give up" myself in peace and offer these moments to God. 


Hi, I'm up in the middle of the night unable to sleep, surfing the Pray-as-you-go website.  I found the page where others share their experiences with Pray-as-you-go and I want to add my voice.  My spiritual life is changed for the better because of Pray as you Go.  I am a Protestant who has read the word for many years.  But "hearing" the word (and the music) has helped me hear God's voice in new ways.  I am touched at a deeper level and am extremely grateful to those of you who work on this website.  I too, wish there were entries for the weekend.  It is such a normal part of my life to listen, that I miss it on Saturdays and Sundays.  I have gone to church my whole life.  I'm married to a pastor.  I lead classes at church and yet Pray-as-you-go has touched my heart in ways nothing else has.  I typically listen to each selection 2 or 3 times a day.  I listen as I drive around town, after dropping kids off at school, when I'm doing errands, and on my way to carpool pickup.  If I have the chance, I listen at home and do some journal drawings related to what I hear in both the music and the scripture.  Thanks be to God and thanks be to you all who make this website happen.  I am richly and deeply blessed. 

Linda RobertS