HOLY FATHER’S PRAYER INTENTIONS
UNIVERSAL INTENTION: That we may take
good care of creation – a gift freely given – cultivating and protecting it for future generations.
FOR EVANGELIZATION: That opportunities
may increase for dialogue and encounter between the Christian faith and the peoples of Asia.
FATHER LEDOUX’S PRAYER INTENTIONS
WORSHIP: For our Church Parish as we enter into the Holy Season of Lent; may Mary and our Lenten speakers prepare us to walk steadfastly with Jesus these 40 days.
FAITH FORMATION: February is the month of observance of the family. Pray for our parents to seek the deeper truths of our Faith so that what they hand on to their children by example and teaching may be pleasing to God.
EVANGELIZATION: The start of our 7 week Lenten “Come, Lord Jesus!” program begins this month. Pray that all our parishioners will enjoy the fruits of God’s graces that will come from meditation and study of His Holy Word.
SOCIAL JUSTICE: In this month of February in which National Marriage Week is celebrated, may we pray for those who are engaged as well as for those who are married. As a parish family may we take advantage of the opportunities offered this month for healing and spiritual enrichment.
BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES: We pray in Thanksgiving for the dedication of our Ambassador’s hours of dedication and hard work and for all who have pledged prayer and financial support to our Capital Campaign. We pray for the generosity of those yet to pledge prayer and money to repair the Lord’s house.
The Way of the Cross will be held on each Friday in Lent at 6:00pm; immediately following the 5:30pm Holy Mass
Tim Muldoon writes that, “Life in Christ demands the same kind of vigilance, preparation, and training that a person undertakes as an athlete.”
This Lent, become a spiritual athlete and join Tim for The Ignatian Workout for Lent. Each Monday he’ll share audio reflections accompanied by suggestions for prayer and action. Based on the book of the same name, the online retreat begins the week of Ash Wednesday and continues through Easter Week.