Prayers of Intercession: Twelfth Sunday of Ordinary Time

Prayers of Intercession

Jesus has spoken of the gift of courage when we are faced with difficulties or opposition, a courage which sustains us with hope-filled life.

  1. We pray for Pope Francis in his mission to affirm the dignity and worth of every person, that his love for the oppressed and poor will echo in our hearts,  and be reflected in our words and actions. Christ, hear us. Grant this, Almighty God.
  2. We pray for those whose lives are threatened because of their faith in Jesus, that they will hold fast to him who never deserts his people. Christ, hear us. Grant this, Almighty God.
  3. We pray for those affected by the forest fires in Portugal, the famine in East Africa, the wars in Syria, Yemen and South Sudan, and terrorist attacks in Europe, that relief, peace will swiftly come and harmony will be restored to all. Christ, hear us. Grant this, Almighty God.
  4. We pray for those who have died that they may enter the presence of their Father in heaven. We remember Maureen Campbell, Joe Conetta, Tricia Connolly, James Docherty, Catherine Cuthbertson, Jean Millar, Catherine Charlick, Placido Sturniolo, James McGroary,  Phyllis Ellis and those who lost their lives in the landslide in the Sichuan Province of China. Christ, hear us. Grant this, Almighty God.
  5. Let us pray to our Lady of Paisley for Bishop Keenan:  Hail Mary….

Lord God, we know that your love never fails and that you constantly surround us with your kindness. Be with all who are afraid at this moment and sustain them in their trials. Through Christ our Lord.

Amen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Prayers of Intercession: Corpus Christi

Prayers of Intercession

As we give thanks for the gift of the Eucharist, this sharing in the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ, let us humbly present these petitions to God.

  1. We pray for the Diocese of Paisley, that the Eucharist will be the source and summit of all of our Catholic parishes. Let us pray to the Lord. Grant this, Almighty God.
  2. We pray for those who prepare for and help us celebrate Holy Mass that they may be richly blessed for their service. Let us pray to the Lord. Grant this, Almighty God.
  3. We pray for refugees and asylum seekers, that they will experience friendship, respect and hospitality, with a spirit of prayer and charity. Let us pray to the Lord. Grant this, Almighty God.
  4. We pray for Catholic communities around the world which are deprived of the Eucharist because of war and persecution; the isolation of distance or the shortage of priests, that they will sustain their faith through the Sacred Scriptures, prayer and works of charity. Let us pray to the Lord. Grant this, Almighty God.
  5. We pray for those who have died, that they may receive the promised gift of eternal life. We remember Margaret Grimley, George Connor, Ross Reynolds, Cathie Conway, Hugh Maguiness, Vera Greene, Helen McLernon, James Gormley Brian O’Sullivan, Frances Barton, George Connor and those who lost their lives in the London fire disaster. Let us pray to the Lord. Grant this, Almighty God.
  6. Let us pray to our Lady of Paisley for Bishop Keenan:  Hail Mary….

Eternal and Almighty God, receive our praise as we prepare now to offer the Eucharist of your Son Jesus, who is Lord, forever and ever.  Amen.

Prayers of Intercession: Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity

Prayers of Intercession

Jesus brought to us the wonderful mystery of One God, a Trinity of Persons. In the grace of the Holy Spirit, and through Jesus Christ, we pray to the heavenly Father.

  1. That the Christian Church, in all of its diversity, will be faithful to the worship of God and to the praise of God’s holy name. Let us pray to the Lord. Grant this, Almighty God.
  2. That all in the Church will speak God’s name with respect, and never use the name of the Father, of Jesus or of the Holy Spirit in ways which are offensive or insulting. Let us pray to the Lord.  Grant this, Almighty God.
  3. That in the name of God we will help one another to live in peace, reflecting the unity of our God, who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Let us pray to the Lord.  Grant this, Almighty God.
  4. That those affected by the terrorism in London, Melbourne, Afghanistan, Iraq, Niger, Cameroon, Egypt, Syria, Somalia, Pakistan, India, Burkina Faso,  Tunisia, Colombia, Mali and Saudi Arabia, may receive healing and support. Let us pray to the Lord.  Grant this, Almighty God.
  5. That those who have died may enter God’s heavenly home. We remember especially, Monsignor Antonio Neri, Michael Jones, Sandy MacLeod, Eilidh MacLeod, Gloria Wark and Bernadette Gallanagh. Let us pray to the Lord.  Grant this, Almighty God.
  6. Let us pray to our Lady of Paisley for Bishop Keenan:  Hail Mary….

Lord, send out your Spirit, renew the face of the earth and make holy every heart. This we ask through Christ our Lord. Amen.

Monthly Rotas Update

A number of helpers have been in contact about rotas during the summer period and I have updated the rota to reflect these changes.

If you can’t make a certain date it is sometimes easier to simply ask someone to replace you rather than go through the website.

Please check the rotas regularly as names may change around to reflect the availability of helpers.

Finally, if you would like to volunteer for any of the church ministries covered in the rota, please get in touch with Monsignor Monaghan after Mass on a Sunday or email stcadocscatholicchurch.org.

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