Most sacred heart of Jesus, like a watchful shepherd, you care for us and provide us with all we need. You shower us with you love and send people into our lives to help care for us especially in time of sickness and pain. I pray for healing for myself and for all who suffer because of an illness of the body, mind, or spirit.
In the midst of our pain and weakness, strengthen our faith that we may be filled with hope in you. In the midst of our frustration and discouragement, give us patience that we may accept our limitations. In the midst of our loneliness and fears, help us know we are not alone that you walk wth us each moment of our lives. Be with us Lord, in our time of need. Heal us in body, soul and spirit that we may rejoice in your grace and blessings in this world and come to enjoy the fullness of your presence in our life to come.
We make this prayer in your name
For you are our risen Lord, Jesus
As a community of faith, we are brothers and sisters – one family – in the Lord. One of the gifts we can give to each other is to hold each other and our special intentions in prayer. There’s a strength and peace that comes when we pray for one another. If you have a special intention or prayer request, please complete the form below. You or your loved one will be added to the prayer list so our parish family can lift up your intention. Please, only list intentions you have consent to share. You can either keep this intention private (only shared among the priests and deacons), or you can share this with the entire community so all our members can keep you, your intention, and/or your loved one in prayer.
Please, only list intentions you have consent to share. Many people are sensitive to their ailment become public knowledge. If you would like to keep your intention private, check the box or write “special intention.” We will record all intentions in the prayer book next to the main doors of the church, and share with our prayer team. If you would like to be added to the prayer chain, please call Anise Yarbrough at 303-674-3155.