Next Steps

After reading this book, you may be wondering where to go from here? You need to put into practice what you read here, and also grow in faith and knowledge. There are many things that you can do, but the important thing is to do something and not just sit around waiting. Be pro-active and be a good example of faith.

The Mass

The central prayer of the Catholic Church is the Mass. Devotion to the Infant of Prague without the Mass is meaningless. We come together as Christians to worship Jesus in the Mass. You can bring your devotions to church and also pray them before the Blessed Sacrament.

The Bible

If you aren’t reading the Bible on a regular basis, you need to ask yourself why? In the past, most people were illiterate and before Gutenberg’s printing press, the Bible wasn’t available for the common man due its high cost of printing. Today, we have widespread literacy and printing is so inexpensive that many organizations give away complete Bibles. In other words, there is no good reason why you shouldn’t be reading it every day.

The Bible should be read before any other spiritual book you read. Its that important. This book will bring you closer to God and show you how to be a Christian. If you can’t remember the last time you read the Bible, pick up one right now and read just one chapter in the New Testament (preferably one of the Gospels). Read a little each day. A single chapter can be read in a few minutes. You probably spend more time than this watching TV, so give God a few minutes each day to listen to what He has to say.

Other Spiritual Books

Over the past two thousand years, there have been many saints and great spiritual leaders in the Church. Fortunately, many of them wrote down their teachings or had devoted followers write for them. We can learn from their wisdom and also from their mistakes. Spend some time reading books written by saints and other servants of the Lord.

www.ecclesiabytes.com

There are many devotions and information on the Infant of Prague. While this book gives you a good start, its just an introduction. My site, www.ecclesiabytes.com, is constantly adding new content which you might find useful. Take a look and feel free to suggest improvements or recommend new devotions.

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