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Pilgrimage Prayers, Extraordinary Masses, $880, Unexpected Virtual Visit from Moose, Constantly Moving Serpentine Prayer, and Battling Gunky Heads. All new and original episode exclusively from NewEvangelizers.com.
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Prayer request for: family harmony and peace in my family and all families.
Thanks Greg, bless you
Prayer request: For my wife, Andrea, to accept the invitation to Retrouvaille, and unity in all marriages.
-Special intention for my cousins
-Special intention for my brother
-For successful discernment for my secondary vocation
-To increase my faith
Please pray for my adult children, Abby and Nathan, who are far from the faith.
Pray for me also as I am on the road to becoming a Carmelite Sister. (I am a widow for 6 years).
By the way we used to live in Denver, but weren’t Catholic at the time.
May God richly bless you and your family.
Please pray for my father, Hermie, who has been suffering from Parkinson’s Disease for the past several years. His PD has progressed, and he has had to learn how to deal with the changes in his body as a result. Thanks so much! Safe travels to you and your colleagues.
Please pray for my brother-in-law. He’s losing his job in a few weeks because his company was bought out. He’s been interviewing for 4 months and no luck yet. He has an interview with a great company in a few weeks. Please pray he gets the job or any job before his ends. Thanks Greg and Jennifer!
Could you please pray for a safe trip for my son and husband when they travel to where we are relocating.
Pray for our son, Sean to find employment soon.
Also, could you pray for a speedy sell of our home for the price we are asking.
Pray for my sister and brother-in-law Heather and Harry for health.
Pray for my husband Wayne for his health too.
Not sure if you caught your “rosary army” link, but please pray for me and my family as I just had a “2nd round” job interview at a company today. VERY important! Thanks Greg!! God Bless!
Hi Greg. Blessings on your pilgrimage. We’ve made one to Fatima (at which time my medical stuff improved) and 18 mo ago to the Holy Land. Well, the odd medical stuff in my head that occurred right afterwards are still there. Will appreciate your prayers to Our Lady of Guadalupe for my health! Or answers … Or my hubby’s job. And of course, for the intentions of your Jennifer which are on my heart. Travel carefully and blessedly. Adios, amigo!
Isn’t this just great!
Jennifer’s intentions first of all, people all around the world with these rosaries, and all of us “distance connected” part of Rosary Army …. we’ve stormed the gates of heaven, asked for assistance from Our Lady, and here we are!
Giving Campaign Exceeds all Expectations!
Just as our Grace from God!
So, kudos for your faith, intentions, and persistence Jennifer, in your new role. Your intentions remain on my heart as I can “hear” everything you’d like to do in the apostolate to grow more, deeper, closer…
So, thanks for your family, faith, evangelization, intentions, and persistence Greg and Jennifer – and all the Catholics Next Door.
With faith, anything IS possible!
Thanks specifically to all who contributed to this success. Your intentions are in my prayers too 🙂
Please pray for a return to practicing the faith for all my family members, especially for my son and his family. ¡Vaya con Dios!
Please pray for my friend Glenna, that her ex-husband will let her go and begin to be a true father to his children.
Please also pray that Glenna finds the job she needs to provide for her son and herself.
Please pray for little Lyle to continue to grow and get healthy (a premie having issues)!
Please pray for my son Matthew that he can understand that he needs to handle his problems in a positive manner and be open to trying therapy and medication to help him achieve his dreams!
Hello! Please pray for my family: Barros-LeBlanc (in Portugal and in Canada). Multiplo reasons!
I was amazed to hear you talk about Moose from Kaieteur Coffehouse in Conyers. Up until 2010, I was pastor of a small parish in Covington and would stop by there for coffee when making hospital visits at the Rockdale Medical Center. I did not know Moose very well but he was always a delight to talk to and he even came and visited our parish at one point.
As a side note, let him know that the pastor of St. Andrew’s Charismatic Episcopal Church is now a happy Catholic and is praying for him. 🙂
To your growing list of prayer requests, please pray for the Church in China, for the conversion of China.
Thanks, and GodSpeed.
Ken in Shanghai