Weekly Prayer List

Confraternity of Penitents Weekly Prayer List 10.16.20

 

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“We must often feel weary and tired yet God brings us through all these things.” Saint Mary MacKillop

 

Pope’s Monthly Intention: 

The Laity's Mission in the Church
We pray that by the virtue of baptism, the laity, especially women, may participate more in areas of responsibility in the Church.

 

On-going Intentions:

  • The Pope also asks us to spend five minutes in prayer for those in power.

  • Prayer for America one Minute Every Night

  • If you would like to participate, every evening at 9:00PM EST (6:00 Pacific), stop whatever you are doing and spend one minute praying for the safety of the United States, our troops, our citizens, and for peace in the world.

  • Special prayers are requested for God’s abundant blessings on the Archdiocese for Military Services, for our troops, for all the families left behind, for our President, for all heads of state and government officials in those countries involved in war.

  • Please pray for our Holy Father, Pope Francis, for his health and protection.

  • Please pray for the Church and for peace in the world.

  • Please pray for priests undergoing religious attack, and for vocations to the priesthood, religious life, and the Confraternity of Penitents.

  • Please pray for the hundreds of thousands of refugees trying desperately to find a place to live in peace.

  • Please pray to end terrorism, genocide, war, abuse, neglect, hatred, human trafficking.

  • Please pray for all to have their hearts open to Jesus and for a return to Christian values and morals

  • For the conversion to belief in unalienable right to life of all human beings for those in any way involved in abortion, we pray to the Lord.

  • For National Day of Prayer weekly intentions for US Government and officials.

  • For all those referred to the Confraternity of Penitents through the Vocation Placement Referral program, that God may lead them into the path on which He wishes them to walk.

  • For the prayer requests of the Holy Innocents Prayer Line.

  • For all those on the Precious Blood, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. and Margo Snyder's Prayer Lists.

  • Please pray for Charles Opara who needs a better job. His family is in need. Thank you for your prayers.

  • For the raising of $235,000 to renovate two vocation discernment and volunteer houses (one for men and one for women) and to build a chapel that meets city code in Mary’s Glen. Please pray that God will bring these funds in, if He so wills. God bless you for your prayers.

  • For John Caywood, for him to know that God loves him and for him to love himself and to let himself be vulnerable.

  • For Nedime and family and Mufide Mary R, her ancestors, and her intentions

  • For protection for Isabel Leal and Losang. For health and protection. For them to trust in God’s providence. For conversion for those who want to harm them.

  • For Bob Floyd and the crew making a documentary film on Fr. Chad Rippenger, exorcist, for their protection and God’s grace.

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Current intentions:

  • Repose of the soul of Virginia’s husband—

  • Kindly join me in prayer for the repose of the soul of Louise and for comfort to her cousin who loved her dearly. 

  • Please pray for Frank who is having blood tests and we ask for God's report and not the report of the world. 

  • Please pray for Kim who has applied for disability and is waiting a long time for the outcome. She is in great need.

  • For Harold LaHaise, dying of brain bleed

  • For Mickey, for peace of mind and other intentions.

  • For the priests the deacons undergoing religious attack,  and for an increase of holy Faithful vocation to the: priesthood, diaconate and religious life.

  • For Liz, bad rheumatoid arthritis

  • For Claudine, undergoing cancer surgery.

  • For the repose of the soul of John Murshock, Sr.

  • For Linda Martin’s two children to return to the Catholic Church.

  • For James Nugent to get a good job (he lost his job in March due to Covid)\

  • For the repose of the soul of Janet Cherkes

  • For Rosie McCoy, ill and finally persuaded to get medical help

  • For Judy Schoenle, lung cancer.

  • For Nick Plaskon, esophageal cancer

  • Graham requests: Please keep prayers and also pray for all who need God to open their eyes minds and hearts to 3 real big serious threats to US AL are Global warming The atomic bomb & Covid19 plus that we should ALL stick together to see each other through it. Please keep praying and keep a prayer chain link going that Jesus turns our haters in to good friends. Amen

  • For Erica Lynch, to keep going with her family, home schooling, CFP formation, and trying to start a family business as her husband lost his job due to covid 19.

  • Please join me in prayer for Dan Bongino, throat cancer and for Kerrie, young diabetic in ICU battling a bacterial infection in her blood affecting her heart.  See the request below.

  • John Jr has. Anxiety. pneumonia bronchial asthma Copd diabetes..

  • Please join me in prayer for Connor, a slow learner and epileptic who has been spared seizures for the past 12 years. Praise God. Pray that he will excell in his special classes in high school.  Then please pray for Gilda, his Mom a single parent and caregiver that she will have strength and courage and will receive help along the way.

  • I am in need of prayers. I’m grieving terribly over the loss of my son, Brandon who died on Feb. 4, 2019. I am also having personal challenges. Please keep me in your prayers. Ann Langenstein

  • Pray for my request now wish is my marriage and union with my beloved one. He is very sick. Please pray that he has clarity. Pls pray for my Visa issue so I can go and pick him up.

 

“Do not fear what may happen tomorrow. The same loving Father who cares for you today will care for you tomorrow and every day. Either He will shield you from suffering, or He will give you unfailing strength to bear it. Be at peace, then, and put aside all anxious thoughts and imaginings.” Saint Francis de Sales

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