Prayers needed and the Rosary


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Please continue your prayers for my daughter that she is pregnant. We should know shortly. They so want a baby.

I ask that you who read this prayer one Rosary a day for all troubled persons who also need prayers like me.

Here is the Rosary Novenva which may help others.

Rosary Novena

(pray the following prayer for nine consecutive days
along with a Rosary)

My dearest Mother Mary, behold me, your child, in prayer at your feet. Accept this Holy Rosary, which I offer you in accordance with your requests at Fatima, as a proof of my tender love for you, for the intentions of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in atonement for the offenses committed against your Immaculate Heart, and for this special favor which I earnestly request in my Rosary Novena: (mention your request)

I beg you to present my petition to your Divine Son. If you will pray for me, I cannot be refused. I know, dearest Mother, that you want me to seek God’s holy Will concerning my request. If what I ask for should not be granted, pray that I may receive that which will be of greater benefit to my soul.

I offer you this spiritual “Bouquet of Roses” because I love you. I put all my confidence in you since your prayers before God are most powerful. For the greater glory of God and for the sake of Jesus, your loving Son, hear and grant my prayer. Sweet Heart of Mary, pray for me.

Hail, Mary ! Full of grace,
The Lord is with you;
Blessed are thou among women, and
Blessed is the Fruit of they Womb Jesus,
Holy Mary, Mother of God.
Pray for us sinners now and
at the hour of our death
Amen


#2

Father in Jesus’ name please grant a healthy happy child to these parents who so yearn for children. I ask this in Jesus’ name.
Mother Mary please intercede for a child for this family.

Hail, Mary, full of grace,
The Lord is with you;
Blessed are thou among women,
and blessed is the Fruit of they Womb Jesus,
Holy Mary, Mother of God pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death. Amen


#3

Praying


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