PRAYER OPPORTUNITIES

 

Chaplet of Divine Mercy - Wednesdays, 7:35 pm – 8:00 pm, following 7:00 PM Mass in the Church. Prayers led by Barbara Czerneski or Ana Campbell, azc4@att.net 

Homiletic Scripture Study - We study the Sunday scriptures for 4 weeks in advance. We send our discussions to the Homilists to give them our input if they wish to use it in writing their homilies. We meet in the ministry house every Tuesday from 4:15-6:00 pm. Bill Grattendick,    desotowag@sbcglobal.net

Mother of Perpetual Help - Our Mother of Perpetual Help, also known as Our Lady of Perpetual Help or Our Lady of Succour is a title given to the Blessed Mother by Pope Pius IX, in association with a sacred Byzantine icon dating back to the 14th century. For well over half a millennium, the faithful have flocked to images of Our Mother of Perpetual Help seeking her intercession for a wide range of petitions including for strength, comfort, protection, healing, maternal guidance, and freedom from temptations. Countless miracles over the centuries have been attributed through the intercession of Our Mother of Perpetual Help. Join us from for prayer and benediction is held every Wednesdays at 7:45pm, after the celebration of Mass and Divine Mercy Chaplet. Frederick Manuelfrederickmanuel@yahoo.com 

Rosary Group - The Rosary and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy is prayed in the church Monday through Friday following 8:30am Mass, from 9:15-10:00am.  On Thursday evenings the Luminous Mysteries are prayed from 7:30pm – 8:30pm, in the church.  All are encouraged by Our Blessed Mother to pray the Rosary. Ana Campbell azc4@att.net.

Roses of the Lamb – We are an intercessory prayer group of men and women devoted to both Our Blessed Mother Mary Rosa Mystica and Jesus, the Lamb of God.  As the Perfect Intercessor, we pray through Mary to Jesus for our parish lifting up the prayer requests of parishioners and intentions placed in the St. Simon and Jude petition box.    We invite you to join us in praying for our parish, in sharing our faith journeys and reflecting on the challenges of living as a Catholic in today's world. St. Paul tells us "With all prayer and supplication, pray at every opportunity in the Spirit."   (Eph 6:18) 

Kendall Lasseignekendall.lasseigne@gmail.comEddie Scalesed-e@comcast.netMarian Feste,  mbfeste@hotmail.com

Visiting Holy Child (Santo Nino) - The special devotion to the Holy Child originated with the Carmelites in the city of Prague in the beginning of the 17th century. In one of His apparitions He said "The more you honor Me, the more I will bless you."  The list of blessings attributed by devotees is endless: health restored, financial problems solved, gifts of peace of mind and soul and innumerable healings both physical and spiritual.  The Filipino American Council schedules the Holy Child to visit the home of His devotees.  The Holy Child statue and prayer kit will remain in each home for two weeks which will then be collected by the devotion leader to travel to the next home. Frederick Manuel, frederickmanuel@yahoo.com

 
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