For Pope Francis, the clearest and most passionate voice speaking for migrants and the plight of refugees. We pray to the Lord.
For victims of war and famine and natural disasters and for the church workers and volunteers who bring them relief. We pray to the Lord.
For Bishop Christian and his brother bishops in their mission to strengthen the church and faith in Jesus throughout Canada as we celebrate the feast of the Canadian martyrs. We pray to the Lord.
For unborn children and their parents and for our elderly and challenged people who feel threatened in our society that proposes death as a solution for many problems. We pray to the Lord.
For the poor who feel most powerless in this time of inflation and growing corporate profit. We pray to the Lord.
For people who are ill at home, in hospital or long term care and for their families and caregivers. We pray to the Lord.
For those who have died: Carey Ryan, Shirley Moore, Lillian Johnston, David Rogers, Lorraine McIntyre, Ann Lowe, Peter Heffernan; and for people who are mourning the death of someone they love. We pray to the Lord.
For Pope Francis as he continues to rely on God and our Blessed Mother to give him strength to continue his global ministry. We pray to the Lord.
For the ongoing work of reconciliation in Canada where many divisions exist among so many groups and districts. We pray to the Lord.
For Bishop Christian as he faithfully leads us in encountering Christ and preaching Him to our very secular society. We pray to the Lord.
For all members of Holy Redeemer Parish as we celebrate the Feast of St. Pius X who enabled young children to receive Holy Communion with their families. We pray to the Lord.
For the safety of travelers and for all people enjoying the last of summer holidays. We pray to the Lord.
For the poor especially families with children. We pray to the Lord.
For each person who is ill and in need of our prayers. We pray to the Lord.
For our faithful, departed: John Garnett, Stephen Wisted, Megan Hubbard, Kathleen Gagnon, Jim McGee, John Frost, Joel Young, Karsten Keoughan (brother of Fr. John Keoughan), Justin Breau; and for their families. We pray to the Lord.
For Pope Francis who has brought great healing to our nations through his apologies and humble presence among us and for all Canadians who will continue the work of reconciliation. We pray to the Lord.
For Bishop Christian and for his priests as they celebrate the feast of their patron, St. John Vianney on August 4th and for a generous response from young men to God’s call to priesthood. We pray to the Lord.
For our Province of New Brunswick as we celebrate our provincial holiday on Monday and for all of our citizens deeply affected by rising costs for food and housing. We pray to the Lord.
For the safety of all who are travelling this holiday weekend and for a safe and happy summer for our children and grandchildren. We pray to the Lord.
For all who are ill and for the many who are waiting for diagnostic testing, treatment or surgery. We pray to the Lord.
For those who have died: Mary Cormier, Douglas Enman, Butch Cogswell, Germaine Hachey, Ken St. Croix, Eleanor Horgan, Pat Gorman, Jerry Donovan, Dorothy Galbraith; and for people and families mourning the death of someone they love. We pray to the Lord.
For Pope Francis in his constant rejection of war and his daily work and prayer on behalf of refugees as he provides for them and finds safe passages for them and as he consecrates the people of Ukraine and Russia to Mary on March 25th. We pray to the Lord.
For the intercession and protection of Saint Joseph, patron of our country, as we celebrate his feast, and as the millions of Canadians threatened by inflation and profiteering seek his aid, and as our Aboriginal groups prepare to meet Pope Francis. We pray to the Lord.
For Bishop Christian beginning the ninth year of his Episcopal ministry and as he renews his prayers and energies in drawing our Diocesan family more closely together through Jesus who brings us to the Father. We pray to the Lord.
For people still suffering lingering effects of COVID and its impact on our healthcare system and for all the sick in need of prayers. We pray to the Lord.
For men and women who respond generously to the needs of the poor, the discouraged and lonely and may some of these see in their generous response the seed of a vocation to the priesthood or religious life. We pray to the Lord.
For those who have died: Shirley Cook, Ronald Roy, Nancy McLaughlin, Gary Kelly, Brian McCarthy, Deborah Beckingham, Kulandai Theresa, Frances Barry, Olive Dunn, Carolyn Stewart, Roy Brideau, and for families and friends who mourn them. We pray to the Lord.
For Pope Francis as he invites us to begin Lent on Ash Wednesday by praying and fasting for the people of Ukraine. We pray to the Lord.
For Bishop Christian and our Diocesan family as we begin Lent and pray together that understanding and reconciliation among all peoples of Canada will deepen. We pray to the Lord.
For our children who are often confused by divisions within our country that they will find security in our faith family and within their homes and all generations of their families. We pray to the Lord.
For people affected by lingering COVID infections and for weary workers and business owners seeking stability in the workplace and the marketplace. We pray to the Lord.
For people affected by unchecked inflation and for compassionate measures by people who can effect real economic solutions. We pray to the Lord.
For people burdened by physical illness, mental torment or the heaviness of addiction and for their families. We pray to the Lord.
For those who have died: Sister Ruth Monahan, SCIC, Mildred King, Kay Gagnon, Carol Ann McNally, Pauline Foster, Carmelo Mattina, Gloria Hargrove, Jack Boyle; and for each person in mourning. We pray to the Lord.