Give Us This Day is a monthly publication centered on the Word of God. Drawing inspiration from a multitude of voices, it provides a relevant and trustworthy understanding of Scripture. Whether you have five minutes or a half hour, Give Us This Day supports your desire to pray with:

  • Daily inspiration from the lives of saintly witnesses
  • Insightful, relevant reflections on Scripture
  • Simplified daily prayer for morning and evening


Heidi Busse, Editor
Aelred Senna, OSB, Publisher
Cathy Donovan, Associate Publisher
Sr. Regina (Gina) Scaringella, OP, Assistant Editor
Amy Ekeh, Special Content Editor
Kendra Ohmann, Publishing Coordinator
Susan Barber, OSB, Intercessions
Robert Ellsberg, “Blessed Among Us”, Author
James Martin, SJ, “Teach Us To Pray”, Author
Therese L. Ratliff, Liturgical Press Director

Editorial Advisors

Fr. James Martin, SJ
Kathleen Norris
Sr. Irene Nowell, OSB
Fr. Timothy Radcliffe, OP
Fr. Ronald Rolheiser, OMI
Dr. Carolyn Y. Woo

Hundreds of Contributors

A great cloud of witnesses feeds the imagination and the spiritual life in the pages of Give Us This Day. Writers and artists from every age, these contributors are lay, religious, and ordained, women and men, single and married. In this cloud you will find mystics and monastics, immigrants and descendants of immigrants, people of all walks of life. Living writers and artists, including many new voices, bring our contemporary world shoulder-to-shoulder with the great voices of our long tradition.

Liturgical Press

Anchored in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Liturgical Press publishes inspiring content for all who seek to deepen their faith and transform their lives. Give Us This Day supports that mission by serving individuals and communities throughout the United States and around the world.

Founded in 1926 by the Benedictine monks of Saint John’s Abbey in Collegeville, Minnesota, Liturgical Press is committed to spreading the Good News through publications in theology, spirituality, monastic wisdom, liturgy, prayer, preaching, and music. To learn more, visit Liturgical Press.