Monday, June 09, 2008

Novena to St. Therese


Day one of The novena to St. Therese.

Prayer intentions:

Alexandra: For wounded extended family members - may they find peace and love through Christ, and not of people and things of this world.

Easter: For the unemployed and for Kathy H that she finds a kidney donor soon.

. from Alfazema: For her mother's need.

muddy mama: For good health.

Ukok For a private intention.


Vicki: for Cyndi B - a homeschooling mom who was recently diagnosed with cancer.

Lowdenclear for a private intention.

John Michael:
A elderly parishioner who has just been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer;
My mother Mary Alice and all Mothers without whom we would have no Church;
My discernment of a vocation to the Permanent Diaconate;
All those suffering in China and Myanmar in the wake of the earthquakes and tsunamis;
All who suffer persecution for their faith and belief in God.

Esther
for my dear father in law and his wife's private intentions.
for My sister and brother in law's renting their home to good and responsible people.

Karnak: to secure another more interesting job by the end of the year.

I also will be praying for one of my private intentions during this novena.

Therese.
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