Welcome to Vox Dei.

A lot of people wonder why God was so vocal in biblical times but now seems so silent. God is not silent.
God's voice is just as chatty today as it was in biblical times and many modern-day Christians can attest to the voice of God in their lives. God speaks to us.
God speaks to us every day, every hour. The question is not whether God speaks … it's whether we are listening. It really comes down to whether we can find the ‘pause’ in our busy schedules to wait in stillness for God’s voice to manifest in our awareness.


Order Vox Dei

Vox Dei – A Prayer Journal was created to guide you in your prayer life with Jesus and to help you listen to God’s voice in your life. Gift yourself or your friends with this beautiful prayer journal and start your journey with God now.

✼ 192 pages illustrated with original watercolours in full colour
✼ 20 preformatted pages to guide you while you learn how to use journaling  in your prayer life
✼ + 100 pages for freeform journaling
✼ Inspiration prayers inserted throughout the journal, written before the Blessed Sacrament
✼ Durable hard cover with elastic close and satin ribbon page marker
Visit our website to see a preview

Special bulk prices available.

Blog Posts

Archaeology of the Word

By CathFamily | November 13, 2018

The Christian Bible has two sections: the Jewish scriptures (Old Testament) and Christian writings (New Testament). Jesus, and his mother Mary, were devout Jews, deeply immersed in the scriptures and both testaments were written or recorded by Jews (with the exception of the Gospel of Luke and The Acts of the Apostles which were written…

Women of Wisdom

By CathFamily | November 9, 2018

Some fifteen years ago, I began to meet regularly with several women to support each other in prayer. Called ‘Women of Wisdom’ we committed to prioritising prayerful listening to balance our never-lost-for-words conversation. The format was simple and has been adapted here for private reflection. Breathe: Sit with your back straight and your feet firmly grounded…

Sacramental Pause

By CathFamily | November 8, 2018

Catholic Mindfulness with Dr Gregory Bottaro Mindfulness aims to ‘fill the mind’ with a focussed awareness and is proven to be very effective in managing anxiety. Catholic Mindfulness grounds this practice in prayer and invites the active engagement of God in the process. The Sacramental Pause was designed by Dr Gregory Bottaro as a daily…