DO YOU HAVE 5 MINUTES A DAY TO SPARE.
IF SO WHY NOT SPEND IT SAYING A PRAYER
FOR ALL THE PEOPLE ON OUR PRAYER LINE.
ONE LITTLE PRAYER CAN GO A LONG WAY.
- Wally treatment for leukemia.
- Holly and Mary recovery from surgery.
- Nancy return to good health.
- Connie and Irene return to good health.
- Shirley recovery from back injury.
- Peggy and Jack return to good health.
- Christopher fighting in Afghanistan until July 2013
- Ann good health.
- Mary good recovery from hip surgery.
- Sonny recovery from bad fall.
- Steven leukemia.
- Jim recovery from surgery.
- Margaret return to good health.
- Michael recovery from knee surgery.
- Barbara recovery from back problems.
- Joan many chronic health problems
- Joanne complete recovery from thyroid cancer.
- Theresa knee replacement surgery.
- Jackie relief from back pain.
- Josephine recovery from broken leg.
- Edward quick recovery from stroke.
- Spencer successful treatment for cancer.
- Bryce Healing from neck wound.
Please keep in your prayers all patients in nursing homes especially
Those who have no one to pray for them, and all our service men and women at home and abroad.
Please remember in your prayers all those for whom we have promised to pray even if their names are not on this list. Also would you please remember all patients in nursing homes especially those who have no one to pray for them
Saint Patrick’s Prayer Line is a simple means for parishioners to share with one another the power of intercessory prayer. Parishioners are able to call the parish telephone number and leave their personal prayer requests in a special Prayer Line voice mailbox.
Each day, the prayer requests left in the voice mail are added to a list for the month. The list includes the first name of the person needing the prayers, along with a brief statement of the prayer request (for example, “Robert – for healing after surgery”, “Donna – for peace in Lawrence”, “Leo – for patience in his job search”). Only first names are listed, and the content of prayer requests is monitored by parish staff.
On the first weekend of each month, the list of the all the prayer requests called in during the previous four weeks is printed. Prayer Line members pick up copies of the list in the lower church, and take home the lists, or view the list here on our web site.
Prayer Line members commit themselves to dedicating five minutes of prayer each day for the intentions on the list. Prayer Line members who are physically unable to come to church to pick up the monthly list will have the list mailed to them at home.
Many parishioners have recently volunteered to be Prayer Line members through our stewardship commitment process. If you would like to commit your time as a Prayer Line member, please submit your stewardship commitment form to Father Paul or commit online below: