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During our time of ‘retreat’ at home, Provincial President Judy Look urges members to make relationships and prayer a priority. She invites everyone to join together by praying the Rosary with her on ZOOM every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., beginning May 13th, 2020. Those unable to join via ZOOM are encouraged to pray the Rosary on your own on Wednesdays.
f you have special prayer intentions please forward the information to Judy - It is so much easier if you do that ahead of time. If you don't send them before Wednesday, they may be missed.
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The Advent Wreath is a significant part of our journey as we begin a new Church year. We use it to prepare ourselves for Christmas and celebrating the birth of the Jesus. It contains 4 and sometimes 5 candles. Each is to be lit on the Sunday at church and in the home for prayer.
Creator, as I prepare to go into the world, help me to see the sacrament in the wearing of this cloth. Let it be “an outward sign of an inward grace” – a tangible and visible way of living love for my neighbours, as I love myself.
Today, let us follow our own star to the manger. Know that by undertaking our strenuous journey to the truth, seeking joy that the world cannot give us, we will be changed in the process. When we will finally meet Christ and see who He really is, we will never be the same. We will not be able to go back to “business as usual” but with hope, peace, joy, and love we will share His mission with others.
Stir up your might, we beg you, O Lord and come, so that we may escape through your protection and be save by your help from the dangers that threaten us because of our sins. We ask this of you who reign forever and ever. Amen
Leader: Pope Francis has established September 1 as an annual World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, inspired by the example of the Orthodox Churches who have observed this day for a number of years.
Families live out their vocation as the domestic Church. Nourish your family spiritually during the pandemic. Let us make our homes a sacred space, where God dwells. Find resources for prayers, devotions and liturgies that you can use at home during this pandemic here.
During the recitation of the rosary, we place our petition for increased palliative care and hospice care, and for the renewed protection of the rights of conscience for individuals and faith-based institutions in Our Blessed Mother’s hands to present to her Son.
Let us pray “In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit”
Loving God, in every time and place you come close to us. You never cease to draw us to yourself. Our desire for you is written in our heart. Thank you for the ways that you break into my world and attract me to you, and to love you with all my heart.
Pray the Novena for nine consecutive days, April 18-26.
Holy Virgin, moved by the painful uncertainty we experience in seeking and acquiring the true and the good, we cast ourselves at thy feet and invoke thee under the sweet title of Mother of Good Counsel.
Suggested as an individual or collective prayer during September; or as a nine-day novena followed by the Rosary.
As members of the Catholic Women’s League, we are called to advocate for publicly funded Catholic education to ensure that future generations of children can experience the love of God throughout their schooling.
God of compassion and love, heal the families of the lost children as they struggle to overcome this great injustice. Our hearts bleed for the sorrow that they bear for the children who have been lost.
May our Lady of Good Counsel fill their hearts with love, wrap them in her mantle, hold them in her arms and bring them comfort. Amen.
Lord and giver of all life, help us to value each person, created in love by you. In your mercy, guide and assist our efforts to promote the dignity and value of all human life, born and unborn. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen
Heavenly Father, the beauty and dignity of human life was the crowning of your creation. You further ennobled that life when your Son became one with us in his incarnation. Help us to realize the sacredness of human life and to respect it from the moment of conception until the last moment of death.
Education is a life-long experience that leads the students from where they are to where God wants them to be. The start of a new school year is filled with apprehension, excitement and hope as they enter a new stage in life.
Use this guide to pray the timeless prayers of the rosary. Whether praying on your own or with a group, the meditative repetition of the prayers infuses us with a sense of peace, comfort and spiritual well-being.
The Act of Contrition – O my God, I am heartily sorry for having offended Thee, and I detest all my sins because of Thy just punishments, but most of all because they offend Thee, my God, Who art all-good and deserving of all my love. I firmly resolve, with the help of Thy grace, to sin no more and to avoid the near occasions of sin.
The Via Lucis, the “Way of Light,” emerges for Triduum liturgies in the same spirit of devotion. Also known as the Stations of the Resurrection, this devotion parallels the Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary just as the Via Crucis complement the Sorrowful Mysteries. These stations were discovered in the Catacombs of St. Callistus in Rome.