Prayer List


In your prayers, please remember our sick family & friends:

 
Elizabeth Alexander, Nancy Antoni, Susan AreyAnthony Bendy, Jackson Broom, Jenny Buckingham, Fran Bulow, Ken Carrell, Kathleen Carroll, Adele Cetwinski, Shirley Cialdella, Deacon Bill Ciston, EileenCoit, Jack Cotton,
 Doris Crane, Mickey Cronin, Ellen Cuculich, Mary Cummins, Jacqueline Roahly-Davis, Michael Dempsey, Dan, Gloria, & Marlene Donnelly,Pat Ducett, Richard Duke, Mike Finn, Allison Ferris, Carol Fitzpatrick, Wendy Freeman, Mary Fryk, Rose Gandurski, Arlene Granitz, Audrey Garrigan, Sandra & Walter Grayson, Jessica Green, Joyce Hannan, Cathy Hassell, Cedric Hentsch, Lucille Hickman,Toni Huntington, James Hynes, Nick Jannotta, Dee Kasper, Janine Kaye, Peter Keating, Leonard & Venita Kern, Charles, Sr. & Joanne Keskel, Laura Keskel,  Kathy Klevorn, Joe Klevorn, Mary Kmak, Christine Kodatt, Patti Kuper, Baby Xander Lawrence, Donna Lesczynski, Ashley Lesniewski, John Loecke,  Maria Luna ,Elizabeth Lynch, Vicki Lyons, Susan Jaminski Macis, Abner Martinez, Elliott Martinez, Tom McAndrew, Dean Miller, Ralph Morelli, Lola Morden, Baby Avila Moreno, Arlette Morris, Frank Muñoz, John Murphy, Raymond John Nickel, Mark Nichols,Brian O'Leary, Matt Olenek, Martha Orton, Dr. Dave Panozzo, Ernie Pentek, Susan Pratl,Margie Quinlan, William RichardsonFred Rogina, Frank Roti, Wally Salabura, Tom Schuld, Kevin Schouten, Dorothy Lucille Schouten, Marlene Serena, Anne Shanahan, John Smith, Barb Smorynski, Marianne Smyth, Marilyn Spencer, Jim Spikings, Dina Stagner, Sarah Struck,  Barbara Thomas, Anne Tiberi, Dave Todorovich, Madeline Torkelson, Daniel Tracy, Erin Uloswceh, Laurie Valiska, Sharon Webster, Barb Widelski, Susan Willenborg, Cindy Wisniewski, Katie Wozniak,  Cliff Yaeger,   Charlene Yapp, Rosemary Zolecki, 
 (8/7/2017)
 
 
PRAYER FOR HEALING

 
Heavenly Father,
 we come before You in humility and thanksgiving
for all the blessings You give us in life.
We know, Lord, that our lives would be empty without Your love
and presence each and every day...
in moments of joy and in moments of sorrow...
in times of adversity and in times of prosperity...
in the mundane and in the extraordinary.
 We know, Father, that You care for each of us
more than we can possibly imagine,
and that Your will for our lives is only for good.
You ask us to put our complete trust in You.
You tell us, over and over, not to fear, not to worry...
and still we continue to struggle with surrendering our will to Yours.
Yet, Your response to our feeble attempts is always
forgiveness and complete, utter love.
Thank You for this unconditional grace,
poured upon us without limits and without end.
We now lift up to You, Father,
our loved ones who are in need of Your healing touch.
Fill them with Your strength and comfort them with Your presence.
Grant them peace;  and if it is Your will,
bring them to full physical and emotional health
until the end of their days.
With hope, and with the knowledge that You always hear us,
we ask this through our Lord, Jesus Christ.
 Amen.

  2008 Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time 7