We pray for all members of our global family: that we may all know peace, love, joy, and generosity in our lives and that we may all have hope for a future free from poverty and war. We pray for our parish, families and friends: that we may be filled with the Holy Spirit, serve others who are in need and share love as Jesus taught us. We remember in silence our own personal intentions and the intentions of those who have asked for our prayers. The Wise Men gave their gifts to a helpless infant in poor surroundings.
Teach us, Lord, to recognise that Christ may be found in poor and unlikely places. We pray for those of us who are finding life difficult. May they find our parish a source of support and help. Lord, you intend your creation for all, not just a few. Help us to follow our stewardship responsibly, with a special care for those in need. Lord, hear us.
We pray for all the leaders in the world: that they may be moved not to think of their own power and wealth but to rule wisely and do what is right for all their people. We pray for those people throughout the world who are undertaking long journeys, or who are in need of guidance: that they may find their way to a place of safety, welcome and peace. We pray for our parish, our family and friends: that we may always be open to following God in our lives, in both our actions and our words. We pray that all children may be cared for in love which reflects the love of the Father for the Son, and of Mary and Joseph for Jesus born among us.
We pray for those who have died: that they now may join the elect, with Mary, the Mother of God and all the saints. We pray for the family of the Church: that we may move forward together in in unity and love, and in the true spirit of the gospel. We pray for the support of family life in the structures of our society: that political and economic decisions will always be made with the needs of the family in mind.
We pray for parents, grandparents, guardians, foster-parents and all who look after our families at this time of year, and a special prayer for those who look after families in care.
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We pray that, like the Holy Family of Nazareth, we may appreciate those with whom we live, and treasure the virtues of harmony and peace. May the devotion of the shepherds, the adoration of the angels, and the love of the Holy Family inspire our worship today and in the coming year. We pray for all those who will not enjoy Christmas this season, for whom life is a struggle for survival as a result of poverty, famine, disease, war, or the greed of others. We pray, too, for those striving to rebuild their lives after the devastation of natural disasters and of terrorism: that with the help, concern and generosity of others they will experience less troubled times in the future.
We pray for the sick, and for those suffering in anyway.
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We pray for the doctors, nurses and carers who take care of the sick and dying with dedication and love. May you bless their work, especially at Christmas time. We pray for all the leaders of the Church, and especially for our local priests Fr. Mark: that they may lead and guide church communities with wisdom and compassion. We pray for all parents around the world: that they may be able to give their children a safe, warm and loving home and encourage them to fulfil their dreams.
We pray for all babies and children throughout the world: that they may live happy and healthy lives and have hope for a future free from poverty. We pray for our Church in this Holy Year of Mercy, and reflect on the prayer of Pope Francis: that with renewed enthusiasm, it may bring good news to the poor, proclaim liberty to captives and the oppressed, and restore sight to the blind.
We pray for all Christians around the world: that during this Advent season we heed the words of John the Baptist, and become more conscious of sharing with, and caring for, those in need. May your Spirit work and live in them, and may they always receive the fullness of your grace. We pray for the wisdom and understanding of our leaders: that God will inspire the leaders of all nations with insights to promote peace, understanding, and justice so that all may live in safety and freedom. We pray for those who bear the anxious and uncertain burden of serious illness, and for those who share their suffering, for carers at home and in hospital; that all may know the gentle and caring touch of Christ.
We pray for the Church, the Body of Christ: that we will continue to spread the Good News, and that we constantly prepare for the Day of Christ by acting justly, loving tenderly, and walking humbly with God and with one another. For those who are suffering from illness, poverty, and deep loneliness, and especially those who are homeless in our towns and cities. We pray that God will protect and shelter them, and inspire them with a new vision for their lives.
We pray for all our leaders in the world of politics: that in these very troubling times they will govern with great wisdom and a sense of justice. We pray that they recognise that violence and retaliation are not the ways of God, and that they will find other peaceful ways to reach compromise and agreement. We pray for all in our community, especially in our schools, clubs and volunteer groups: that each person will look with dignity and respect upon themselves and those around them.
We pray for our Church in this Advent season: that it may continue to follow the example of Jesus and work to make the world a fairer place. We pray for all the leaders in the world: that God may give them the wisdom to treat their people with fairness, compassion and justice. We pray for people living in poverty around the world: that they may have the chance to speak out about what is important to them and be listened to. We pray for all those struggling with addiction in our Parish: that the Lord will give them the courage and strength to overcome their dependency.
We pray for our community, family and friends: that we may treat others as we would wish to be treated and always be ready to welcome Jesus into our lives. We pray that leaders of countries throughout the world will govern justly and wisely, and strive for true peace. We pray for all the victims of the Paris terror attacks; for those who have died and their families, and for the injured and all who are caring for them. We pray that Christ the King will draw all men and women to the truth of their vocations by listening to his voice in prayer and then actively following His call to the praise of His Glory.
We pray for our Parish, families and friends: that we may listen to each other and to Jesus, and do all that we can to change our lives for the. We pray for Pope Francis, that the leadership which he is giving to the Church will help us to become a more humble, poorer and merciful Church. We pray for our leaders and the leaders of all countries. May they make wise choices and develop policies that will promote the greater good of all. We pray for all people who are finding life difficult because of poverty or illness; that they may find comfort in the love and support of others, and hope for a better future.
We pray for all who experience anxiety or who are filled with worry, that the peace of God may. We pray for all affected by the earthquake in Afghanistan and for those working to provide aid; ease their burdens and fill them with hope and peace. We pray for all people, that they may find comfort when they are sad, strength to stand up for what they believe in and mercy, peace and love for one another in their hearts.
We pray for our parish, family and friends, that we may be inspired by the example of the Saints and of all those who have followed Jesus in their lives, to do all that we can to live as God wants us to. We pray for a listening and sensitive heart: that we may never ignore or try to silence those who cry out for assistance.
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We pray for all who help others grow in faith, particularly parents, teachers, and priests, that God will bless their efforts as they strive to nurture the seeds of faith that God has planted. We pray for the Church: that we may call out to Christ for our needs and courageously follow Jesus on the way of life. We pray for those who are cut off from community by illness or weakness: that we will reach out to them, be a connection for them to others and help their voice to be heard. We pray for all who have been bullied or tormented by others: that they will hear Jesus invitation and bring their burdens to him.
We pray for the grace to bear troubles and that God will strengthen us in the face of trial and hardship. We pray for all leaders of the Church that they may follow God in tending to the needy and marginalised. We pray for all who serve on the missions, that God will help them to proclaim the Good News and console them in times of loneliness and discouragement. We pray for all that are working for peace, that God will inspire and strengthen them to continue to offer options for peace even when few seem to listen.
We pray for peace that God will guide the leaders of nations to use dialogue in resolving disputes. We pray for refugees that God will open new pathways for them to find homes and become integrated into new communities.
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We pray for the Church, that we may experience God looking upon us with love and respond to what God asks of us today. We pray for the Synod of Bishops that the Spirit will guide their work and inspire them to new ways of supporting and encouraging family life. We pray for all in our parish who are grieving, that God will comfort them, heal their pain and give them hope. We pray for all people who are poor in our world: that God may give them hope and love.
May we listen to our sisters and brothers and protect the environment, which is our home. We pray for migrants and refugees to our country, that they may be welcomed with justice and care. We pray for our Leaders in the Church, especially Pope Francis, that the Spirit will inspire them towards building unity. We pray for all children in our parish who are starting preparation for First Holy Communion, may they open their hearts to Gods love. We pray for our Holy Father, Pope Francis, and all Church leaders; including our own Bishop Seamus, and all the religious working in our parish; that they may continue to be bright lights shining with your love and peace.
We pray for all those who work for peace in our world: that God may give them the courage and strength to carry on. This weekend in our parish we are praying in a special way for all those baptised over the last year. We pray that they will be faithful followers and witnesses to your gospel. We pray that the lives of their parents and godparents are examples of faith to inspire these children.
We pray for our Holy Father, Pope Francis, and all Church leaders; and all the religious working in our parish; that they will show us by their example that all people are important, because they are loved by God. We pray for refugees of war and violence and all those who seek safety in Europe: that they receive the welcome and support they need.
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Read, and their families. We pray for our parish, families and friends: that we may welcome all people, no matter who they are, and do all that we can to help others to move forwards with hope and in peace. We pray for refugees of war and violence: that God will protect them from danger, help them to find places of safety, and touch the hearts of many to assist them.
We pray for those who are sick in hospital and at home, especially those in our parish; that they may have peace and health of body, mind and soul. We pray that all in our parish may be true followers of Jesus, reaching out to help people who are poor, sick, lonely or frightened. We pray for our parish, families and friends: that we may listen to others and speak out when we know that something is wrong, so all people have the chance to live a happy and healthy life, free from poverty.
We pray for peace: that God will touch hearts and give leaders courage to work to end violence, promote the dignity of each person and protect the weak and innocent. We pray for the tender shoots in our midst, for the young, for those new to the faith, for newly married couples, and for those beginning their ministry or profession: that God will give them abundant growth and guide them to maturity of faith and love.
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We also pray for the sick, especially those in our parish; that God will bring healing and strength to their bodies and peace to their minds. We pray for all children, especially those in our parish and those who are doing exams; that they may have a safe and restful summer. Diocese Of Ossory St.
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