Let us continue to pray for one another
During these unique and often challenging days, let us continue to pray for one another. Let us pray
- For those hurting so greatly because of the pandemic; dealing with the aftermath of the storms in the south; or reeling from the effects of the fires in the west
- For our nation at this truly important time in our history
- For all students, teachers, administrators, and parents as the school year continues to unfold
- For peace in our streets; in our homes; in this world; and in our hearts.
- For all who struggle with physical illness, and for all who suffer from loneliness, depression, anxiety, or any form of mental anguish
- For those who have lost jobs; have lost loved ones; or are losing hope
- For the medical community as they seek solutions for the CoronaVirus
- For first responders: for nurses and firefighters; for police officers and counselors; for ambulance drivers and emergency room doctors; and for all who rush in at times of bad weather, tragedy, or crisis
Finally, let us wholeheartedly ask God to give us everything we need to love each other well during these important days.
Our St. Vincent de Paul Society does so much important work for those in need. Please check the bulletin on our webpage for details on how to support their important and Christlike work!
Fr. Joe, Fr. Leo, the Deacons
and staff at Most Sacred Heart
PS: As Thanksgiving approaches, we probably would do well to keep an eye on punctuation:
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Confessions are from 3:30-4:15 in Father Dowling Hall. Please enter through the glass doors at the end of the courtyard. As always, for any event in our church or on our campus, please take your temperature before leaving home; wear masks; and always keep six feet apart.