Prayer Ministry

Crucifix

And we have this confidence in him, that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us. And if we know that he hears us in regard to whatever we ask, we know that what we have asked him for is ours.

(1 Jn 5:14-15)

Haven't Got a Prayer?

Are you...

  • suffering?
  • in need?
  • worried about a loved one?
  • at the end of your rope?
  • in despair?
  • hoping against hope?

Know someone who... 

  • needs help?
  • is a 'lost cause'?
  • is in danger?
  • is in pain?
  • has no one to turn to? 
  • needs God to intervene?

Are you someone who...

  • wants to help others?
  • knows God can help?
  • likes to pray?
  • has a little time?
  • has a lot of time?
  • wants to do something important?
  • cares?

Would you like to become a part of the Flocknote Prayer Community?

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Sleeping St. Joseph

Sleeping St. Joseph

Have you heard of Sleeping St. Joseph?

St. Joseph is said to have received messages from Heaven while he was asleep. Place your prayer requests under the statue, just like Pope Francis does, and trust that St. Joseph will answer the in his dreams. "I have great love for Saint Joseph, because he is a man of silence and strength. On my table I have an image of Saint Joseph sleeping. Even when he is asleep, he is taking care of the Church!" --Pope Francis, January 2016

¿Has escuchado del San José dormido del Papa Francisco?

"Yo quiero mucho a san José. Porque es un hombre fuerte y de silencio. Y tengo en mi escritorio tengo una imagen de San José durmiendo. Y durmiendo cuida a la Iglesia. Sí, puede hacerlo. Nosotros no. Y cuando tengo un problema, una dificultad, yo escribo un papelito y lo pongo debajo de san José para que lo sueñe. Esto significa para que rece por ese problema." -Papa Francisco

Current Prayer Requests:

HOW TO RESPOND TO A PRAYER REQUEST

Check this page regularly.  Keep the listed intentions in your prayers.  Some people read each intention aloud when they are praying.  Others remember the intentions together, as a group, while silently praying.  You are welcome to pray in whatever way works for you.

Prayer requests listed here are public.  However, prayer requests are a deeply personal expression of need and should be treated with reverence and respect.  Keep all requests between yourself and God.  

Are you praying?  Let us know!   We would like to have some idea of how many parishioners are praying for the needs of our community.   Fill out the form below: