Necita UyPlease pray ford safe deliverance of my daughter to her 3 rd child,physically,mentally healthy..Amen..may my son & his wife be granted a child of their own..Amen..may all my children's hearts desire will come true..Amen..
Kathryn WhitePlease keep our family in your prayers. A month ago one of our siblings went off to heaven. We have no doubt that she is in Heaven.....we all miss her. Alzheimer's is like a their in the night. It slowly robs us of our loved ones.....day by day. May God bless the many caretakers of these patients.
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Moraima TorresPlease pray for my brother Francisco Torres who is fighting addiction and depression. May our father cure him from this terrible decease that has taken over his body for over 20 years.
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Lynne ZellerPlease pray for me - the day before my 70th birthday for a healthy and happy year
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Deborah Kennedyplease pray for my lungs and heart to heal in nesus name amen
The Lord's Prayer, Thomas Aquinas once wrote, is 'the most perfect prayer that we can say' This week's Plough Music selection is that prayer sung in Aramaic, the language spoken in Israel during Jesus' lifetime.
Before returning to Rome, the Most Rev. Fr. Tadeusz Świątkowski, OFM Conv. (the Assistant General for the African Federation of Conventual Franciscans (AFCOF), who was in the USA serving as the Delegate-Visitator, on behalf of the Minister General of our Order, the Most Reverend Fr. Marco Tasca, OFM Conv.) met with our Definitory at our Provincial House, in Ellicott City, MD. (left to right: Br. Jim Moore, OFM Conv., Fr. James McCurry, OFM Conv., Fr. Jude Surowiec, OFM Conv., Fr. Tadeusz, Fr. Michael Heine, OFM Conv., Fr. Richard-Jacob Forcier, OFM Conv. and Fr. Donald Grzymski, OFM Conv. - not pictured Fr. Tony Kall, OFM Conv.)
Vera JohnsonGod Bless all of you. Thank you for for your service, dedication, sacrifice to all your communities. So proud to be a Catholic, even though I am in a walker and some churches are hard to get in because of stairs, but still pray the rosary or in Arizona when we are there can follow the Mass on television.
Show favor, O Lord, to your servants and mercifully increase the gifts of your grace, that, made fervent in hope, faith and charity, they may be ever watchful in keeping your commands. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen. ... See MoreSee Less
"As we call out to dry bones come alive, come alive We call out to dead hearts come alive, come alive Up out of the ashes let us see an army rise We call out to dry bones, come alive" -from Come Alive by Lauren Daigle