Please pray for Eddie who needs a new kidney

My Brothers & Sisters:

Christ has Risen!

I have a friend, Eddie, whose kidneys failed at least 4 years ago and who has to go to Dialysis 3 times per week, 3 hours each time. For the first 30 minutes, the procedure is quite painful, as his shunt is inside his arm, and the nurses have to push a large diameter needle through several layers of skin and muscle. After the procedure, he is totally “wiped-out”.

Eddie needs either a new kidney or a miraculous healing from the hands of God. Eddie also needs to know that our Lord Jesus Christ and His Church love him. According to Eddie, until I mentioned it, Eddie had never heard about receiving the Sacrament of Unction, and Eddie’s Parish priests have never put him on the parish prayer list or mentioned him during the Sunday Masses. That’s meant that he’s had to go through this suffering alone, in spite of the fact that he’s been a practicing Catholic all of this time.

I would greatly appreciate it if you would remember Eddie in your daily prayers and try to place him on your parishs’ paryer lists. Thank you.

Your Brother in Christ, Michael

I will pray for Eddie. :gopray:

I’m praying…

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.

I will remeber him specially during Adoration today. :gopray2:

Praying for Eddie.

Praying for Eddie!

My wife was a dialysis nurse for several years - we appreciate the pain issue.

We will certainly pray for Eddie and his journey of recovery and health.

Perhaps someone in his family or a friend can contact his church parish or priest and request his name be added to the prayer list for intentions so all the faithful can assist in praying for his continued health. God Bless.

Oh merciful and most gracious Lord, hear our prayers.

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