Prayer request


#1

[object Selection]:(Hi, everyone.I wanted to update you on my uncle's condition.He's not doing well at all.The chemo he was on isn't working anymore, so his doctor's going to start him on morphine.Please continue praying for my uncle as well as my aunt and cousins.Thanks for all of your prayers.Brenda


#2

Brenda, I imagine that your Uncle and you Aunt and cousins, and all of your family are feeling the news of this outcome very much.Jesus please be with Brenda and her family during this painful time. Where human means seem not enough, please let Your graces be active and fruitful for each member of the family.
Jesus please surround them with Your light and love.
Thank You, Jesus


#3
  • O great and glorious wonder-worker, 
    

    St. Peregrine, you have obtained
    numerous miracles from God for those
    suffering from serious illness. For so
    many years you suffered with cancer,
    and were favored by the vision of Jesus
    coming down from His Cross to cure
    your affliction. We ask you to intercede on
    our behalf for the healing of Brenda’s Uncle.

    Obtain for us, St. Peregrine, the grace to
    patiently endure all sufferings, so that
    we may, in imitation of your virtue,
    more profoundly love our crucified
    Lord, His sorrowful Mother, and
    through your intercession merit glory
    everlasting.

    Amen.*

#4

LORD Jesus
Heal ur Son


#5

Praying for your uncle and his family. May he (and they) be carried by the strength of Christ.

Our Father…
Hail Mary…
Glory be…

Amen.


#6

Praying for your uncle and his family, Brenda …

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.


#7

Divine Mercy
Eternal God,
in whom mercy is endless
and the treasury of compassion

  • inexhaustible,
    look kindly upon us
    and increase Your mercy in us,
    that in difficult moments
    we might not despair
    nor become despondent,
    but with great confidence
    submit ourselves to Your holy will,
    which is Love and Mercy itself.
    Amen

#8

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