A Grandmothers Prayer group or place


#1

somewhere on CAF. I believe there is a great need for prayers for grandparents now, and to have a place to pray for the intentions of their children families and grandchildren.

I am unsure who to address this request , so I will post in this forum and wait for replies.

God Bless


#2

Wouldn’t this fit in the prayer intentions forum?

https://forums.catholic.com/c/catholic-living/prayer-intentions/


#3

I think in prayer intentions too, but you could start a thread of that nature as an ongoing place where people could visit repeatedly?


#4

The prayer intentions threads continue as long as people post in them, till they hit some huge maximum post limit.


#5

Ah, then the prayer intentions forum would be ideal. Thank you.


#6

I looked up rules for Prayer Intentions forum, this is just a snip of them.
I guess I am thinking more of a discussion support and prayers group. .
Confidentiality would be important, no names locations or other identifying information
I would be interested in hearing stories, connecting with grandparents, having discussions, and so on. more for support
CAF may not be the appropriate place , just inquiring

copied and paste from Rules for Prayer Intentions forum
KEEP THE TOPIC PRAYER INTENTIONS & PRAYERS, ONLY
The Prayer Intentions board is not intended to be used as a place for debate, discussion, or advice.


#7

If you are wanting a place for grandparents to chat, and get to know each other, and share their concerns, I suggest starting a thread in the Casual Conversation forum. Make sure the title is something like “Grandparent Cafe” so people can see right away what the thread is about.

If you are wanting a place to pray for prayer intentions, that would be the Prayer Intentions forum, which is a subforum of the Catholic Living forum.


#8

good ideas, thanks!


#9

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