WE PRAY AS WE LIVE, BECAUSE WE LIVE AS WE PRAY.
Are you wondering what unique gift you can give to the special people you love?
What kind of gift will please your spouse, adolescent children, devoted friends or neighbours the most?
The most beautiful gift that we can offer anyone is our deepest prayer. Hence, you can entrust us with your petitions for your loved ones and ask us to pray for your own intentions which we will lift up in prayer every day in our Apostolate during the Hour of Divine Mercy.
Use our form below to add your prayer intentions and to support the evangelizing work of our Apostolate:
– daily prayer intentions at 3:00 pm
– intentions for the Novena currently being prayed
If you would like to order the intention of the Holy Mass, send it to us with a check or call us for details regarding availability.
Prayer is both a gift of grace and a determined response on our part. It always presupposes effort. the great figures of prayer of the Old Covenant before Christ, as well as the Mother of God, the saints, and he himself, all teach us this: prayer is a battle. Against whom? Against ourselves and against the wiles of the tempter who does all he can to turn man away from prayer, away from union with God. We pray as we live, because we live as we pray. If we do not want to act habitually according to the Spirit of Christ, neither can we pray habitually in his name. the “spiritual battle” of the Christian’s new life is inseparable from the battle of prayer (Catechism of the Catholic Church, 2725).