We ask for your prayers!

Monica on November 10th, 2017 | 33 comments

Dear community,

Harry J. Tucci Jr., a Divine Office Board Member, is asking for our prayers. He is struggling with health issues and needs our prayers and support.

Almighty and Everlasting God,
the eternal salvation of those who believe in You,
hear us on behalf of Your servant who is sick,
for whom we humbly beg the help of your mercy,
so that, being restored to health,
he may render thanks to you in your Church.
Through Christ our Lord.


And for all of us, let’s keep St. Paul’s words in mind: “Have no anxiety, but in every prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God” (Phil 4:6).

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33 thoughts on “We ask for your prayers!

  1. Rebecca Hincke is the only artist listed in the Office of Readings hymn “Most Ancient of All Mysteries”. She must be singing melody and all harmony parts.
    Very well done. Very prayerful, meditative, and professional.
    Deacon Dennis Dupre

  2. I thank & bless God in prayer for having healed me of very advanced colon cancer. Was diagnosed in 2012 with no hope but i knew God will heal me in his own time and not mine
    Four major surgeries and other complicated medications and four years it took to be healed and i was healed.
    Words of gratitude taken from all the languages and vocabularies of the world will never be adequate to thank the mighty God of us all.
    ” Lord ! my soul is thine. Do what thy wilt with it. “

  3. As I pray for your intentions please pray for a successful surgery for my loving wife as she undergoes a procedure tomorrow for four hours. May she have a speedy recovery!

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