Please pray for newborn in ICU

Please pray for my cousin’s newborn little boy, Charles Everett, who was born 24 hours ago. He is unable to maintain a normal body temperature and is in ICU in Tomball, Texas. They are not sure what is wrong, so please pray for the baby, the doctors, and especially the parents, Rob and Cecilia Butler.

Thank you so much for your prayers. Let’s ask God for a miracle!

God bless you,
D’Ann Hervada

Prayer to St Gerard Majella for a sick child:

saintgerard.com/stgerard.html

O Saint Gerard, who, like the Savior, loved children so tenderly and by your prayers freed many from disease and even from death; graciously look down upon the distressed parents who plead with thee for their child’s health if such be the Will, of God. Present their promise to God to bring up the child a good Christian and to guard it by word and example against the fatal leprosy of sin. This favor we implore thee, O sainted Brother, through the tender love with which Jesus and Mary blessed thy own innocent childhood. Amen.

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Hail Mary, full of grace; the Lord is with thee; blessed art thou among 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!

Praying for healing for the newborn Charles Everett.

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~~ the phoenix

Praying for Charles…

Please pray for my cousin’s newborn little boy, Charles Everett, who was born 24 hours ago. He is unable to maintain a normal body temperature and is in ICU in Tomball, Texas. They are not sure what is wrong, so please pray for the baby, the doctors, and especially the parents, Rob and Cecilia Butler.

Lord, you are the unfailing guide and support of those who love you. Please hear our prayers. Jesus, we trust You…

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Prayers for Charles Everett. :gopray2:

Praying for Charles Everett

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