Rector's wife has been taken to the Hospital with chest-pains


#1

Dear Brothers & Sisters:

Tonight at 6:30-7:00 pm PDT our new Rector’s wife, Mary Alice, was taken to a hospital near Detroit, Michigan after experiencing severe chest-pains. Both she and our Rector, Fr. Christopher have been under extreme stress, as she is trying to sell their home near Detroit, while Fr. Christopher has been trying to find a new home for the family here in CA. It hasn’t helped that the Vestry has been slow to respond to the need to provide Fr. Christopher with the needed down payment on a home or an apartment for the Rectory.

When I last heard, Mary Alice had been hooked up to a heart monitor and checked into the hospital, and was spending the night there under in intensive care.

Please pray for Mary Alice, Fr. Christopher, and their 11 year od son and 18 year old daughter who are boh still in Michigan with their mother.

Thank you for your time and prayers.

Your Brother in Christ, Michael


#2

Michael, Mary Alice has my prayers for God’s healing touch and strength for the family. :signofcross:


#3

Praying. :signofcross: :gopray:


#4

May our Lord reach out with His healing hads and embrace her, bringing her to full recovery. In Jesus name we pray.


#5

Praying for Mary Alice and her family.:gopray2:


#6

Praying for the family and her complete recovery and healing.


#7

Praying.


#8

Praying…

[LEFT]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[/LEFT]


#9

Please get better. Amen


#10

Praying for Mary Alice!


#11

Brothers & Sisters:

Thank you for all of your thoughts and prayers on behalf of Mary Alice and her family.

Your Brother in Christ, Michael


#12

Prayers for Mary Alice, and for her family.:byzsoc: :gopray2: :crossrc:


#13

I’ll pray for Alice Mary. :gopray2:


#14

They are in my prayers.


#15

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