With the worldwide pandemic we continue to come to you in prayer seeking your help in our hour of need. We thank you for all who work to bring healing to the sick - doctors and nurses, surgeons and medicals staff, carers, psychiatrists, counsellors, clergy and therapists. We thank scientists involved in the vaccine rollout and all on the front line to deliver these jabs here and around the world. Support and strengthen all those who share in the work of healing, all who strive to bring relief, all who minister to others.
Lord Jesus, we ask Our Lady and Saint Joseph along with Saint Teresa to intercede for all who are on our Parish Sick List. Please hear our prayer for each of them and all who are sick in hospital, at home and in our local community.
Thank you for keeping in prayer all who are sick and especially:
Maureen Smith, Jean Lue, Ruba Santipillai, Baby Alexander Lynch, Erika Geddes, Denise Waaldjk, Lena McBride, Valerie Sommerset, Kevin Mooney, John Mooney, Angela Patcheye, Leonard Paice, Michael O’Kelly, Ken and Margaret Peacock, Mary Reilly, Alan O’Leary, Bill and June O’Keefe, Gerry Gillan, Leonard James Connolly, Thea Haddad, Margaret Lahy, Brian Wratten, Ann Van Essen, Bella Harding, Eileen Stevens, Dave Herris, Gabriel Lyons, Sylvester Forya, Michael and Madge Durkan, Jocyln De Silva, Mary Jeanette Connaire, Anna Urbni, Maureen Flaherty, John McDonagh, James Diver, Frances Forya, Francesco Gargano, Theresa McGoldrick, Patricia Jayasena and Anne-Marie Mendonça.
Please let us know if you or a family member would like to be added to our Parish Sick Prayer List.
We continue to remember all the sick Priests and Religious of the diocese. And send our BLESSING and assurance of spiritual support to all NATIONS at this difficult and challenging time.
We also have three young mothers in our parish who have recently been diagnosed with cancer, we are keeping them in prayer – please keep them in yours.