Pray for my lax Catholic friend


#1

Her family has slipped away from the faith and she might be accepting some morals norms which she shouldn’t.

Almighty God, Lord of Heaven and Earth, Victim of Compassion, Eternal Lover,
Have mercy on our souls and guide us to eternal life with You in Heaven. Help us to recognize Your kingdom on Earth in the Mass, in your Precious Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity, and in your Holy Body- the Church.
May we all be led into complete and perpetual communion with You, forever and ever.
Amen.
:signofcross:


#2

Praying!


#3

Praying.


#4

I will pray for your friend.


#5

Praying for your friend. :gopray:


#6

Praying for your friend and that she keeps you as a good friend


#7

Praying for your friend and her whole family. May the lambs be led back to their faith through the power of the Good Shepherd who loves all his flock.


#8

I pray for this child of Yours who is falling away from the faith and for all who have become lukewarm and indifferent

O Sacred Heart of Jesus, I fly, I come to You, throwing myself into the arms of Your tender mercy. You are my sure refuge, my unfailing and only hope. You have a remedy for all my evils, relief for all my miseries, reparation for all my faults. You can supply for what is wanting in me in order to obtain fully the graces that I ask for myself and others. You are for me, and for us all, the infallible, inexhaustible source of light, of strength, of perseverence, peace and consolation. I am certain that my importunity will never weary You; certain, too. that You will never cease to aid, to protect, to love me, because Your love for me, O Divine Heart, is infinite. Have mercy on me then, O Heart of Jesus, an on all that I recommend to You, according to Your own mercy, and do with us, for us, and in us, whatsoever Thou will, for we abandon ourselves to You with the full, entire confidence and conviction that You will never abandon us either in time or eternity.
Amen


#9

Prayers!!


#10

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