A moment of prayer – Vespers, and requests

May I ask to you stop, right now, and say a prayer for anyone who has asked your for prayers or anyone for whom you have promised to pray?

I include all those who have written with health concerns, especially.  Perhaps a Memorare?

Here is a reading of vespers, with no frills.

Also, I am remembering in prayer all benefactors, those who have been so very kind lately.

I ask a prayer for myself, and for two important intentions one of which I believe will be solved at this point by fasting, almsgiving, and prayer.

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7 Responses to A moment of prayer – Vespers, and requests

  1. Random Friar says:

    Done!

  2. sugrue says:

    You got it Father!!!! Prayers for you and all those I told I would pray for!

  3. Flambeaux says:

    Certo!

  4. Supertradmum says:

    Asked Mary, Our Virgin, to help you. How can she refuse?

  5. AndyKl says:

    What translation do you use, Father?

    [I don't use a translation, friend. I say the office in Latin. I have, however, an American set of the Liturgy of the Hours and an Italian set. I don't use them. Correction: the American I use once a year when I met up with a group of priests during the summer for an annual gathering.]

  6. cblanch says:

    I’m going to pray right now and thank you for praying for me.

  7. JoyfulMom7 says:

    Prayed for you and your intentions just now, Father. God bless you!