For my cousin's husband (diagnosed terminal)


#1

Please pray for my cousin’s husband Marty who has been given appoximately 6 months to live. And for my cousin and their two boys who are understandably distraught.


#2

I’m so sorry. They will all be in my prayers.


#3

As a person who recently lost someone close to me from cancer, I pray that this person close to you is healed. God bless you, and know that we understand what your going through. May you find comfort in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Iam praying for you, and your friend.


#4

I will.


#5

They’re in my prayers. :crossrc:


#6

I faithfully ask that my prayers for Marty be joined by the following members in faith, currently sharing the glory of God as Saints, waiting to embrace those of us on Earth in need of the precious intercessions they offer…

St. Bernadette of Lourdes, St. Catherine of Siena, St. Louis IX, King of France, St. Teresa of Avila, St. Therese of Lisieux, Raphael the Archangel, The Blessed Virgin Mary, our Holy Mother, Michael the Archangel, and St. Philomena.

And a skosh of St. Jude for his patronage of
desperate situations, hospital workers and hospitals in general.

I wear a charm bracelet that used to have charms from all of the states I visited as a kid. I removed them to be replaced by medallions of various saints I lean on. That’s what they are for. Leaning on. And the more, the prayers flow. I even enlist my mammaw…who could pray the polyester off a 1970’s Protestant like no other.:harp:


#7

:crossrc:


#8

I will pray with all my heart for this family


#9

praying…:gopray::gopray:


#10

thank you!


#11

…and throw in a bit of St. Peregrine that he can intercede for us so that this family finds calm and peace through all these anxieties and fears at this most difficult time in their faith journey. Amen.


#12

Marty is a great husband and wonderful dad. Unfortunately not religious -he’s a non-practicing jew. My cousin is a fallen away Catholic. Please pray that during this difficult time they will open their hearts to God and His will and lean on Him for strength.
Thank You!


#13

They’re still in my prayers. :gopray:


#14

I will pray for these intentions.


#15

Praying :crossrc:


#16

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