Oremus pro invicem (Let us pray for one another)

At this time, when we must remain distanced from one another → let us remain united closely in prayer with, and for, each other.

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8 thoughts on “Oremus pro invicem (Let us pray for one another)”

  1. Jerry and Doris have both been diagnosed with COVID-19 and are recuperating at home. Although immuno-compromised, neither has required hospitalization. Your prayerful support for this couple, who’ve been through much together in their nearly 65 years of marriage, is most appreciated.

    1. Thanks to so many prayers for us, we have recovered from Covid-19. We are still working on the slow process of regaining our strength. We were in quarantine for 24 days . Father, thank you for sending the Ensure. Jerry actually liked it! Hopefully we will be back to church soon. Doris and Jerry

  2. Please pray for Tom (St. Pat parishioner) who was admitted to Elyria Memorial with COVID-19. Pray also for his wife – and for all others suffering from the coronavirus

    8/3/2020 update: Tom remains hospitalized. Your ongoing prayers for him, his family, and all those whose lives are impacted by the pandemic, are appreciated.

    8/12/2020 update: Earlier today Tom lost his battle with COVID19. Your prayers for his eternal rest, as well as prayers for his wife and family, would be most appreciated.

  3. Please pray for Deacon Dino Paoletta who is suffering from both numbness and weakness in his legs. While they’ve ruled out a stroke, they have yet to identify the reason for his loss of feeling/strength.

  4. Please pray for Martha Deppner, mother of Jean Bratton, and for all who have died … especially those who have died as a result of the coronavirus.

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