A note about intentions and prayers while I am in Rome

First, I don’t remember as I write exactly who asked me to pray at a site in Rome associated with St. Gregory, but yesterday at the tomb of St. Gregory in St. Peter’s Basilica, I asked St. Gregory to ask God – who knows perfectly well who you are, to give abundant graces and help for whatever the needs are.

Second, I decided today that, with the exception of one Mass, all the Masses I will say while I am in Rome these few more says will be for benefactors (three, always in the list).  I am especially grateful to those of you who sent donations before – and now during the trip – so that I could come.

I am getting internet well on my iPhone but not my laptop.  So, if you send a note with a prayer intention I try to remember you as I get around and do things.  Put PRAYER IN ROME in the subject line, so I can weed them out.  When I got online today I had 867 unread emails waiting for me.  Okay?  I delete any mail with a title in the subject line and I never look at unexplained links.  Ehv-vur.

I will also look at your URGENT PRAYER REQUESTS.

 

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5 Responses to A note about intentions and prayers while I am in Rome

  1. Dominicanes says:

    Pray for everyone on the east coast suffering from the hurricane! Many homes are still without power and it is cold. In NJ only about 25% of the gas stations in north NJ are open.

  2. thereseb says:

    Please pray for my sister Mary who is undergoing very serious medical tests all week.

  3. Liz says:

    I have no specific requests today, Father, but I was able to light a “birthday” candle for you at the seminary tonight (instead of last week as I had hoped) and pray for your intentions at Vespers . I hope and pray your trip is going well.

  4. chantgirl says:

    Thank you, Fr. Z! I asked you to pray for my father at the tomb of St. Gregory, and I’m sure God has heard you. Thanks so much!

  5. Michael_Thoma says:

    Fr. Z — I’m trying to be in Rome on the 22nd, will you still be there? If so, I would be blessed to meet with you for a desertif or whenever you have time! We’re hoping to attend the new Nov. 24th installation (?) of new Cardinals (w/ the Malankara Syriac contingent! Viva HB Baselios Cardinal Cleemis Catholicos!)- viva il Papa!