Please pray for consistency in my practice of the faith


Dear Brothers, Sisters, and Fathers in Christ,

I beg that you will pray for me. Pray that I will always be consistent in my love of God and in the practice of this great faith of ours.

I have a tendency to fall away from the faith then thanks be to God I come back to the wonderful faith, to our mother the Church and the beautiful sacraments that Christ gave to us. But sadly soon there after my will corrupted by my sin falters and I fall away again. This has happened over and over again since I converted to the faith and joined the Church six years ago.

Please pray for me.

God bless you and may the Blessed Virgin Mary pray for us.


Hail Mary, full of grace. The Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now, and at the hour of our death. Amen.


May the Lord grant you strength to follow His Holy Will and lead you to eternal happiness.


~~ the phoenix


Praying for you.


You are in my prayers Daniel. Many of us have suffered in the same way you have. I have found that it helps me to start and end each day with at least an Our Father and a Hail Mary. I find that when I fall asleep praying, I wake up in the morning and my first thought is to pray.

The fact that you seek stronger faith is an excellent sign. I will keep you in my prayers.




Daniel - this is not just an issue with recent converts, but a daily choice placed on all who follow the faith.

The formation of a Catholic life and lifestyle is not a destination - but a journey of many steps, paths, turns, and temptations.

All of us are called to be strong in our faith. Its only through strength in prayer, family, and receipt of sacraments that helps us walk the journey.

We pray for your continued steps to be guided by God’s loving hand and embrace.


I’ve prayed for you too, danielsisk619.
May God strengthen you and fill you with peace.
God bless,

Holy Mary, Mother of God,
please pray for danielsisk619, a sinner,
now, and at the hour of his death.


I’ll pray for you while asking the same thing for myself.

God bless you.

Aaron Magnan


I am praying for your intentions today. :gopray2:


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