24-7 Prayer is not really a prayer site in the conventional sense. It runs missions to help young people pray, but it mostly operates “boiler rooms” of continuous, year-round, 24-7 prayer and, more commonly, volunteer prayer-rooms where a group of people agree to pray continuously in one room for at least one week.
The World Prayers Project
The World Prayers Project is an interfaith nonprofit public service organization that is bringing many World Prayers together in order to honor “the benefits of spiritual, cultural and natural diversity.” The prayers are diverse and many are non-Christian, let alone not-Catholic. However, Pope John Paul II prayed at the Wailing Wall and many of these prayers could easily be said with the Christian God in mind. Even if you don’t think so, the site is still a great chance to read some beautiful prayers from other faith traditions.
Pray the News
If you wonder, why prayer is relevant to the problems in today’s world, you really have to check out Pray the News. It’s run by the Carmelites of Indianapolis and provides both wise commentary from four sisters and the chance to link your prayer life to larger issues.