As part of our rhythm of prayer this term we’re ending each day with a kind of "Examen lite" about 10 minutes before we finish. This involves each person sharing one thing they’re grateful for and one thing they’d like to pray for. Then we each pray. And that’s it.
As well as the obvious spiritual benefit, it also has a sacramental benefit in that it reinforces the fact that we’re called to work as a team and it also declares an end to the working day.
The obvious corollary is to do a similar thing at the beginning of the day, which we occasionally do, but probably not enough.
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