I use Pray-as-you-go at least once a day.  It is a wonderful source of meditation and inspiration.  For me to hear the word is especially moving.  Thank you so much for providing this wonderful service.  For me the music provides a door to the heart of God and the variety is enriching.  My cousin introduced me to the site many months ago and I am indeed grateful.  I am a wife, mother and grandmother.  I also try to pass the web site to others.  Is there any possibility of having Saturday and Sundays available?  God bless you for the wonderful gift you provide for the world community.

Sylvia Thompson

I listen to Pray-as-you-go on my daily bus journey to my job in the city centre.  I am finding listening to scripture reading is really helpful as although I also read scripture I find it difficult to read slowly.  I skim read so much at work that I find it difficult to switch this off.  It really helps to listen to scripture being read and it is useful that the reading is repeated.  I am not from the Catholic tradition and I find using a different approach to prayer can be very refreshing for my prayer life.

Margaret Morris

I heard about PAYG from surfing the web. It is a wonderful site. I have found listening to the daily prayer very peaceful and uplifting. Mostly I listen in my car on the way to my job. It is a great way to start each day...thanking God for the gift of another day. Thank you for the music too.  Some of it is familiar to me and some of it is new. I enjoy all of it. Peace to all of you for this good work.


Here's using Pray-as-you-go on an iPod at South Bethany Beach, Delaware, USA (We thank James for permission to use the picture, and the Jopson family for sending it to us).

James Dubyoski

Just a quick note from a humble Anglican trying to follow the spiritual practices of brother Ignatius. Thank you for an awesome prayer tool. I particularly found the Lenten path and the stations crucial to my own Easter journey this year. I believe that tools like this are invaluable in this culture where people are often too busy for our creator. Personally, I find the application an integral part of my seeking God in all things and use it whilst walking, queuing etc as well as part of my morning prayer and evening reflection.

An Anglican priest from Surrey