Weekly Prayer List


Please email us your prayer intentions at copenitents@yahoo.com and we will add them to next week's prayer list. If this is an urgent request for someone in danger of immediate death, please contact the Confraternity of Penitents directly at copenitents@yahoo.com and write URGENT PRAYER REQUEST in the subject line.

This week's prayer list appears below the submit form. Please pray for the intentions thereon. And may God reward you.

 

Please mail intentions (in English, please. May God bless you! And thanks!

Confraternity of Penitents Weekly Prayer List

 

(Note: If you would like to receive via email urgent prayer requests for people in danger of death, please email us at copenitents@yahoo.com and put “Please sign me up to Urgent Prayer Request Mailing List” in the subject line. May God reward you for your prayers.)

J.M.J

 

“For the Lord of all shows no partiality,

Nor does he fear greatness,

Because he himself made the great as well as the small,

And he provides for all alike.” Wisdom 6:7

 

Pope’s Monthly Intention:  

Listen to the Migrants' Cries

We pray that the cries of our migrant brothers and sisters, victims of criminal trafficking, may be heard and considered.

On-going Intentions:

  • The Pope also asks us to spend five minutes in prayer for those in power.

  • Prayer for America one Minute Every Night

  • If you would like to participate, every evening at 9:00PM EST (6:00 Pacific), stop whatever you are doing and spend one minute praying for the safety of the United States, our troops, our citizens, and for peace in the world.

  • Special prayers are requested for God’s abundant blessings on the Archdiocese for Military Services, for our troops, for all the families left behind, for our President, for all heads of state and government officials in those countries involved in war.

  • Please pray for our Holy Father, Pope Francis, for his health and protection.

  • Please pray for the Church and for peace in the world.

  • Please pray for priests undergoing religious attack, and for vocations to the priesthood, religious life, and the Confraternity of Penitents.

  • Please pray for the hundreds of thousands of refugees trying desperately to find a place to live in peace.

  • Please pray to end terrorism, genocide, war, abuse, neglect, hatred, human trafficking.

  • Please pray for all to have their hearts open to Jesus and for a return to Christian values and morals

  • For the conversion to belief in unalienable right to life of all human beings for those in any way involved in abortion, we pray to the Lord.

  • For National Day of Prayer weekly intentions for US Government and officials.

  • For all those referred to the Confraternity of Penitents through the Vocation Placement Referral program, that God may lead them into the path on which He wishes them to walk.

  • For the prayer requests of the Holy Innocents Prayer Line.

  • For Shanaka’s family and intentions.

  • For Nedime and Mufide Mary R. and her intentions, especially her family’s conversion

  • For all those on the Precious Blood, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. and Margo Snyder's Prayer Lists.

  • Please pray for Charles Opara who needs a better job. His family is in need. Thank you for your prayers.

  • For the raising of $235,000 to purchase properties for the CFP administrative headquarters and on-site volunteer housing and for building a chapel that meets city code in Mary’s Glen. Please pray that God will bring these funds in, if He so wills. God bless you for your prayers.

  • For John Caywood, for him to know that God loves him and for him to love himself and to let himself be vulnerable.

 

For the sick and the dying:

  • For Tina who is having her gall bladder removed Friday

  • Michelle, dying of leukemia. For her conversion and for her children and husband’s conversions

  • For Olivia Roberts, 5 yr old who has intestinal blockage and heart pain, and for her mom, Julia

  • For Emily Treacy and her health

  • For Father Dana Christensen who has been diagnosed with ALS

  • For Grace F whose memory is eroding.

  • For Pat M who is ill. For her daughter and family

  • For Nydia who has some health issues

 

For the deceased and those who love them:

  • For the repose of the soul of George Lewis and for his widow Sandra

  • For Michelle who just found out that her baby died 4 months in her womb. Her baby was named Jackson

  • For the repose of the soul of Bruce Smith, and for his wife Janice

  • For the repose of the soul of Bob Frederick and for peace for his family

  • For

For other needs:

  • For the Avila Institute

  • For Chris’ wife who has stopped going to church on Sundays and instead has gone to gambling and is being led into a bad crowd

  • For Cardinal Marx and the bishops in Germany. In gratitude that the post synodal documents do not call for female deacons or married priests

  • For Carol and for her mother who is in a nursing home and needs lots of care

  • For Deepa’s job and relationships

  • For Tony Orozco who has been paroled. May he do well

 

 

Lord Jesus, when you multiplied the loaves and fishes, you provided more than food for the body, you offered us the gift of yourself, the gift which satisfies every hunger and quenches every thirst! Your disciples were filled with fear and doubt, but you poured out your love and compassion on the migrant crowd, welcoming them as brothers and sisters.

 

Lord Jesus, today you call us to welcome the members of God's family who come to our land to escape oppression, poverty, persecution, violence, and war. Like your disciples, we too are filled with fear and doubt and even suspicion. We build barriers in our hearts and in our minds.

 

Lord Jesus, help us by your grace,

 

To banish fear from our hearts, that we may embrace each of your children as our own brother and sister;

To welcome migrants and refugees with joy and generosity, while responding to their many needs;

To realize that you call all people to your holy mountain to learn the ways of peace and justice;

To share of our abundance as you spread a banquet before us;

To give witness to your love for all people, as we celebrate the many gifts they bring.

 

We praise you and give you thanks for the family you have called together from so many people. We see in this human family a reflection of the divine unity of the one Most Holy Trinity in whom we make our prayer: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Amen.

-From USCCB prayer for Migrants and Refugees

Contact Saint Francis' Little Assisi through the Confraternity of Penitents, 1702 Lumbard Street, Fort Wayne IN 46803 USA 260-739-6882   copenitents@yahoo.com

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