By prayer one acknowledges God’s power and goodness, and one’s own neediness and dependence. It is therefore an act of the virtue of religion implying the deepest reverence for God and habituating a person to look to him for everything. Prayer presupposes faith in God and hope in his goodness.
The Word Among Us Online provides free access to daily Mass readings and meditation. Visit it here.
During this time MAGNIFICAT is offering free complimentary access to their online version. It contains Mass readings for each day and other prayers and reflections. Visit it here.
Pray as you go – is a daily prayer meditation from the Jesuits that takes about 10 minutes. Visit it here.
The Vatican has a prayer resource here.
Catholic Gallery offers Daily Mass Readings, Prayers, Quotes, Bible Online, Yearly plan to read bible, Saint of the day and much more. Visit here.
Word On Fire offers many prayerful resources including homilies, videos, prayers and reflections.
Catholic.org offers a number of traditional Catholic prayers enhanced with images and video.
Xavier University maintains a repository of prayerful resources.
Praywithme.com maintains a collection of traditional Catholic prayers.
The free Laudate app hosts Catholic prayer, devotions, daily Scripture readings, and prayers amid the coronavirus. Multiple languages are available.