Saturday, October 1, 2022

Updated and Expanded Prayer Card Collection ebook

Have you ever wanted your kids to start learning a new prayer, or you realize that today is is a special feast day, so then you go google a particular prayer, copy and paste the text, try to format the font and spacing to be readable, change the margins to try and not waste paper, then print, usually with something wonky, trim and trim and trim, and use the prayer page, just to see them lost or thrown away? It can't be just me! I want to simplify teaching kids the beautiful memorized and communal prayers of our Church, so I started making prayer cards of uniform size and design to use in my classroom.

Back in 2016, I compiled a huge ebook with over 90 pages of prayer cards and offered them to my subscribers. It has been a super popular resource and was long overdue for an update!

These prayer cards were first created because I saw a need with my 5th grade students, and over a decade later they remain a resource which is used daily in my junior high classroom. As parents, catechists, and teachers, we strive to create prayer experiences for kids that help them develop their relationship with Jesus. We also want to give them a solid foundation on memorized prayer, which allows them to participate in communal life as well as give tools that can be used for a lifetime. I want to share these prayer cards and mini books so that you can help the kids in your life (and yourself) to go deeper in the wealth of prayers that the Church offers us, and as a result know and love Christ more deeply!

The second edition of the Prayer Cards Collection is ready for you, updated with a few corrections, more consistent fonts, more artwork, and almost double the resources. Many of these printables can be found somewhere on my blog, but not in this easy-to-print format. In the ebook they are all organized in one place for you, making it as simple as possible to add in new prayers to your home or classroom.

I've used these prayer cards as a teacher consistently for ten years. Here are a few reasons I love them:
-they are a uniform size which makes for easy printing, cutting, or storing (they fit great in a 4x6" photo album or magnetic frames, for example!)
-they help aid students to memorize new prayers and review prayers they have formerly learned
-they can create a great resource for private prayer time or adoration
-there are both prayer cards and mini books in the ebook- including Bible studies, devotions, and liturgical celebration tools
-the prayer cards features original illustrations that can be fun to color, making the prayers more memorable and easier to locate in a collection
-even I am excited that they are now all organized in one place so that I can pull out the book and print exactly what I need (I seriously use this ebook all of the time!)

If you are curious about what is included, here's the table of contents: 

If you would like to get yourself a copy of this ebook, I am offering it as a thank you to my email subscribers!

If you are already subscriber, you should have received an email with the link to the ebook at the bottom of my new monthly newsletter. If you are not a subscriber, you can sign up today in the subscriber form just over in the right column of the blog.

(If you are viewing this post on a mobile device, scroll down to the bottom of the page. There is an option to "view web version." Click on this and you will be able to see the subscriber button on the right side of the post.)

Make sure to verify the email that you receive from MailJet, and the ebook is all yours! If you don't see the email, please check your spam or promotions folders. Feel free to email me at hello (at) looktohimandberadiant (dot) com if you have any trouble!

Another bonus feature I'm offering my subscribers is access to a Google Drive folder with all of the prayer cards saved as individual files. Instead of opening the giant ebook, you can just download and print the prayer you are ready to use. 

My subscription list will receive a monthly newsletter with the Radiant Roundup- a collection of ideas to help you learn and pray and celebrate the coming month. It will include links to blog posts with resources, a Catholic kids book list, and a highlight from the archives you might like. Short and sweet! October looked like this:

P.S. Your email is safe with me! It will only be used to send you the Radiant Roundup, which I hope is a worthwhile resource for you!

I pray that the Prayer Card Collection and the Radiant Roundup are an effective way for you to bring the truth, goodness, and beauty of our Catholic faith alive with your family or students!


  1. I did not receive this in an email. I am a subscriber.

    1. Hi Malynda! I'm sorry about that! Can you please send me an email at with the email that you are subscribed with and I'll try to help solve the problem.

  2. same here, I didn't receive it and I'm a subscriber too

    1. Can you please send me an email at with the email that you are subscribed with and I'll try to help solve the problem.
      The link to the Prayer Card Collection is also included in the last section of the monthly newsletter, so if you are subscriber you have access to it each month there as well!

  3. Hello, I did sign up for your newsletter and have not received the prayer cards. I did also emailed you at

    Your material has been so incredibly beneficial in my planning for next school year! I cannot thank you enough!