Prayer of the Faithful: Third Sunday of Lent 2020

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“The Woman at the Well” Painting by: Ronald Raab, CSC 2020

 

(Since we cannot pray these prayers together at Mass, please pray them in the quiet of your life and heart. We remain one in prayer even when we are separated. As we proclaim the encounter of the Woman at the Well and Jesus’ thirst, we must fast from his Real Presence. Pray for everyone who thirsts for such communion.)

March 15, 2020

Third Sunday of Lent

We pray for all who lead us in faith, Francis our Pope and Michael our bishop. God, allow mercy to be on the lips of our leaders, and may they find joy in your presence.

We pray to the Lord.

We pray for those who feel they do not belong in family or church. God, invite all people to your well of love so they may experience your peace.

We pray to the Lord.

We pray for forgiveness to wash away past guilt. God, shower us with mercy and bring us all into your glorious presence of love.

We pray to the Lord.

We pray for all whose bodies are broken with illness and disease. God, heal the hearts, the minds, and souls of the emotionally weary and physically sick.

We pray to the Lord.

We pray for all who have given up on life. God, receive the lives of people in depression and help the members of our family to live from their gifts and talents.

We pray to the Lord.

We pray for all who have died. God, receive the souls and lives of our friends and family members. In this Mass…

We pray to the Lord.

 

 

 

 

 

1 thought on “Prayer of the Faithful: Third Sunday of Lent 2020

  1. Thank you, Fr. Ron for your leadership, being a true shepherd to us and your compassion. Blessings, Al and Carolyn Cyr

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