Prayers Of The Faithful – February 28

For Pope Francis, as he prepares for his pastoral visit to Iraq and for the church in Iraq that is threatened with extinction.
We pray to the Lord.

For Bishop Christian and our Diocesan family as we continue our Lenten prayer and discipline.
We pray to the Lord.

For workers and volunteers throughout the world who work to bring development, education and health care to poorer countries.
We pray to the Lord.

For people who live and work under pandemic restrictions and for the many people working to provide vaccination against COVID.
We pray to the Lord.

For the health and safety of our children and grandchildren and for all students as they begin their March break.
We pray to the Lord.

For people who are ill in hospital or at home and for the residents of extended care and nursing care facilities who are separated from family and close friends.
We pray to the Lord.

For those who have died: Bill Gregoire, Bill Morrow, Amanda Golding, Mavis Wisted, Gerard Mills, Mary Anne Wells, Peter Creamer. And for their families and friends who mourn them.
We pray to the Lord.

Prayers Of The Faithful – February 21

For Pope Francis who has invited us to see Lent as a journey back to God and an opportunity to grow in love for others.
We pray to the Lord.

For Bishop Christian who reminds us that Lent is a season of Hope; something we need and desire most during these difficult times.
We pray to the Lord.

For people who are persecuted for their faith in God and especially for our fellow Catholics who live under the threat of death or imprisonment.
We pray to the Lord.

For the many people who are still deeply affected by the pandemic and its restrictions and for the health and safety of school children and all students and teachers.
We pray to the Lord.

For families, especially those separated by work and travel restrictions and for the intercession of St. Joseph to assist them.
We pray to the Lord.

For residents of special and long term care facilities and for the sick and elderly in hospital or at home and for people who have asked us to pray for them.
We pray to the Lord.

For those who have died, especially Donald Babineau, Florence Gallant, Rosaire Couillard, Joan Burgess, Gladys Williams, Murray Bailey, Jeannette Landry, Stan Amirault, Ruth McMackin. And for every person and family in mourning.
We pray to the Lord.