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Old Sep 24, '07, 7:25 pm
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Default Prayer petition: A Living Rosary Circle named in honour of St Rita

Dear Friends,
I run a Living Rosary which has a number of circles, which are each composed of twenty people.

One of these groups finished its twenty month run last month and I am currently regrouping a new Living Rosary circle.

The Living Rosary circle that completed its term was named in honour of St Rita and that is what I intend to name the one that I am forming now. (The other Living Rosary circles are named after other saints. e.g. St Therese, St John Bosco etc.)

Fifteen people are ready to start, but I need five more people to form the circle. I would like to get that organised before the first of October, so that I can post out the necessary information (in the
snail mail) to the participants. Email could be used in some cases as a preliminary backup.

Please pray that five more people will come forward to join the Living Rosary this week. Thank you. Greetings and prayers for all your intentions, Mary Ann
(Australia)


Novena to St Philomena the Wonder Worker for the healing of autism:

http://www.homestead.com/missionbell...cchildren.html

Each person (who has autism) whose name is sent to be included in this novena will be prayed for regularly by a priest of Lourdes, France at the grotto. Only the first name of the person is needed for the purpose of this novena. Everyone is invited to send names: parents, grandparents, teachers, doctors, aunties, friends, therapists etc.


The powerful intercession of the Holy Souls in Purgatory for their
benefactors:

http://www.homestead.com/missionbell...holysouls.html
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Old Oct 4, '07, 10:12 pm
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Default Re: Prayer petition: A Living Rosary Circle named in honour of St Rita

O Holy Spirit, inspire at least five more people to join this Living Rosary Circle.

Through Christ our Lord

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Old Oct 6, '07, 12:34 pm
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Default Re: Prayer petition: A Living Rosary Circle named in honour of St Rita

Hi Maryanne,

I hope by this date that 5 people have joined your circle. If not, I will include your petition in my rosary tonite (I will do this anyway, regardless). God bless you for carrying on this special service for the people.

Sincerely,

mom4truth
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Old Oct 8, '07, 5:53 pm
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Default Re: Prayer petition: A Living Rosary Circle named in honour of St Rita (update)

Thank you for praying for this petition. I have just received the 20th person* for the St Rita Living Rosary Circle.

The circle is now complete, so I can start making the Living Rosary Card charts and posting them out in the snail mail, however on the last day of November of this year, another Living Rosary Circle (named in honour of St Therese) will be completing its term of twenty months.

I will be writing to the people in this circle and asking them if they wish to rejoin. If not all of them rejoin, there will be vacancies available for others.
Greetings and prayers for all your intentions,
Mary Ann
(Australia)
*Each Living Rosary Circle consists of twenty people.

Novena to St Philomena the Wonder Worker for the healing of autism:

http://www.homestead.com/missionbell...cchildren.html

Each person (who has autism) whose name is sent to be included in this novena will be prayed for regularly by a priest of Lourdes, France at the grotto. Only the first name of the person is needed for the purpose of this novena. Everyone is invited to send names: parents, grandparents, teachers, doctors, aunties, friends, therapists etc.

The powerful intercession of the Holy Souls in Purgatory for their
benefactors:


http://www.homestead.com/missionbell...holysouls.html
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