"Prayer is the raising of one's mind and heart to God
or the requesting of good things from God."
Lord Hear Our Prayers
Below are the Prayer Request received through the parish office
and the website. Please join your prayers to those of our community as we pray
for these special intentions. For your convenience some prayers are printed below.
You may not see your request below but know that everyone who contacts us is
prayed for at Mass and by individuals each day.
Prayer line request are posted free of charge. To request someone be
put on the prayer line please call Linda at 673-8307 or send request
by email to email@example.com
11/18 Please pray for Hannah Englert who is in ICU. She is a Catholic School student and has a heart condition.
11/19 Please pray for Reagan Watson who will be having surgery next week. She is the granddaughter of Otheo and Irene Barnes and is only 13 years old.
12/9 Please pray for Tommy Leggett who is in hospice and his wife Pearl Leggett.
12/5 Please pray for Charlie Dooley and Lisa Smith. May the Lord grant them their prayers.
12/6 Please pray for the maintenance man here at St. John, Mr. Tinh Le. He will be having double knee surgery on Tuesday Dec. 10th. Let us pray for his surgical team also.
12/9 Please pray for Joshua Hardy.
12/9 Please pray for Henry Blanchard who is having heart surgery
12/11 Please pray for Beckham Carpenter has a mass on his brain.
12/12 Please pray for Melissa. She has developed A-Fib and had to have her heart shocked back into rhythm on Monday
Prayers in Time of Illness
Father, your only Son took upon himself the sufferings and weakness of the whole human race: through his passion and cross he taught us how good can be brought out of suffering. Look upon our brothers and sisters who are ill. In the midst of illness and pain, may they be united with Christ, who heals both body and soul; may they know the consolation promised to those who suffer and be fully restored to health. Through Christ our Lord.
The Pope's Family Prayer Book
Raise me up, Lord do not abandon your servant. I want health that I may sing to you and help your people lead holy lives. I plead with you are my strength, do not desert me. I have grown weak amid the storm but I long to return to you. St. Gregory of Nazianzus (329-389)
Lord, Jesus, healer of our souls and bodies, during your life on earth,
you went about doing good, healing every manner of sickness and disease, strengthening, curing, comforting and consoling. You want nothing more than to see us healthy and happy. You are the enemy of death and disease, and in and through you they are overcome and conquered. Lay your healing hands upon us now, so that we may live in your praise untiringly.
Prayers Near Journey's End
Eternal Father, unchanged down the changing years, be near to those who are aged. Even though their bodies weaken, grant that their spirit may be strong. May they bear witness and affliction with patience, and at the end, meet death with serenity. Through Christ our Lord.
The Pope’s Family Prayer Book
For the Dying