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  1. May God bless & comfort each & every hurting & oppressed soul. I (& probably most of us) are so blessed and we get all bent out of shape over a little “hangnail’’, when our brothers and sisters are suffering so much with real problems. “Heavenly Father hold them all close to your loving, merciful and faithful heart”.May God have mercy, forgive me and open my eyes to the needs of others as St. Francis did in his life.
    Our dear Brother Dane, God bless you in your loss.
    Thanks to all of you at divine office.org. and those who give to support your work. God bless you all.
    Daniel

  2. I must say that today Morning Prayer “All People That on Earth Do Dwell” was Beautifully done and meant a great deal to me as I was able to sing along in my heart as I listened to the wonderful harmony. I so enjoy the older hymns and wish that these were able to be sung more. Thank you to all who made this rendition possible and Thank You to All who make this Prayer of Divine Office available. You are in my prayer daily. God Bless You !!!

    • I went to an Episcopal college with compulsory non-denominational chapel weekly. Appreciate the old songs which bring back fond memories. However, I realize that we have to respond to all tastes here.

  3. Today, November 6, Franciscans pray the Office of the Dead as we remember All Souls of the Seraphic Order. Our Fraternity prays for all our deceased members.

  4. I wholeheartedly and happily encourage devotion to Gabriel the Archangel. Prayers very important to me answered in mere minutes. Especially useful for safe delivery of messages and protection of loved ones.

  5. Please pray for those less fortunate than I am . I am going on 7 weeks in Hospital on feeding tube unable to eat. For those who are able to eat enjoy it slowly and for those like me we could be worse off. God is strengthing puf faith and helping our endurance to heal our brokenness through both prayers and love from others. Please keep me in your prayers

  6. Please my brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ pray for my son Vincent Salvatore who has been oppressed with depression and alcohol. I’m afraid he is going to lose the battle. Sincerely your brother in Jesus Christ Richard Salvatore.

  7. Do remember me and my country Nigeria in your prayers, God added another year to my years today 1st of Oct, and my country Nigeria celebrated her 57th independent today too, i pray that Mary our mother, Our Lady Queen and patroness of Nigeria to interced for us! Amen. Happy October Division.

  8. Do remember me and my country Nigeria in your prayers, God added another year to my years today 1st of Oct, and my country Nigeria celebrated her 57th independent today too, i pray that Mary our mother, Our Lady Queen and patroness of Nigeria to interced for us! Amen.

  9. My husband tim is going for another swallow test for his Achalasia that he had 3 surgeries on in 3 weeks each one more critical to try and save his esophagus. Has been in hospital from 27 August and can’t begin his next part of recovery until his esophagus no longer leaks. The test is today and please send everyone you know to pray for him at 11am do with Gods will he will be healed this time!!

  10. Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus, let us remember to pray for our brothers and sisters who are affected by natural disasters and for peace all over the world.

  11. Please cover in prayer those who are imprisoned and falsely accused; those who are mentally ill; victims of verbal, emotional, physical, and psychological abuse; those who are suicidal; and all of their families.

  12. Dear community,

    Dane’s mother, Colleen, has passed away yesterday. We ask for your prayers for her departed soul and for Dane’s family through this difficult time.

    Colleen has been a generous soul who had a strong devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary and constantly carried out great acts of charity. She identified with St Francis with a special love for animals.

    Those of you who knew her and want to attend her funeral Mass and wake, it will be held on Tuesday evening, September 19th. Reach to Dane directly.

    May God rest her soul eternally!

    Lord, make me an instrument of your peace.
    Where there is hatred, let me bring love.
    Where there is offense, let me bring pardon.
    Where there is discord, let me bring union.
    Where there is error, let me bring truth.
    Where there is doubt, let me bring faith.
    Where there is despair, let me bring hope.
    Where there is darkness, let me bring your light.
    Where there is sadness, let me bring joy.
    O Master, let me not seek as much
    to be consoled as to console,
    to be understood as to understand,
    to be loved as to love,
    for it is in giving that one receives,
    it is in self-forgetting that one finds,
    it is in pardoning that one is pardoned,
    it is in dying that one is raised to eternal life.

    Amen!

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