Morning Offering and Prayer Requests


Most Holy and Adorable Trinity, one God in three Persons, I firmly believe that You are here present; I adore You with the most profound humility; I praise You and give You thanks with all my heart for the favors You have bestowed on me. Your Goodness has brought me safely to the beginning of this day. Behold, O Lord, I offer You my whole being and in particular all my thoughts, words and actions, together with such crosses and contradictions as I may meet with in the course of this day. Give them, O Lord, Your blessing; may Your divine Love animate them and may they tend to the greater honor and glory of Your Sovereign Majesty. Amen.

Please remember:

--Dylan as he is feeling greatly dejected and concerned about the future
--My good friend Jane in a serious personal struggle and facing some unpleasant medical tests
--For Eric Walker single father of six children, seriously hurt in a propane explosion that demolished his house
--For Smockmomma's seriously ill Grandmother

--the poor souls in purgatory
--all of those departed souls close to any member of St. Blogs who still are in need of our prayers
--Ms Moniz and her daughter Hailey, may God grant them rest and repose in Him
--For the repose of the sould of David Silveti
--For all those living without love that we who may love will touch their lives
--For my [T.S. O'Rama] brother-in-law, who recently told his wife that he has difficulty believing in Jesus
--For an ODCS group that has recently undergone a traumatic change

--Members of St. Blogs and visitors who are pregnant or who desire to become so
--For all of those who have suffered the pain of miscarriage that they may receive the support and love of those around them and the healing blessing of God. Most particularly for Mr. Bettinellis's sister, Evelyn.
--Christine and Gordon who endure the burden of separation as they await news of a job that will allow them once again to be together
--Ms Schiavo and her family
--the men and women of the American Armed forces
--the homeless, the lonely, and those without recourse in this world
--the intentions of the Holy Father

Praise and thanksgiving
--for His glorious beauty and His close embrace
--for His mercy which endures forever

Please let the parishioners of St. Blogs have an opportunity to serve in love; post your own requests in the comments box.

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