If you or someone you know is sick, seek the help of Saint Joseph. Our Blessed Lord will be pleased to see you invoke this great saints' blessing and support for healing. Some continue, some willingly, to carry the Cross of Suffering. Whether you experience a physical healing or not, Saint Joseph always offers hope for an illness-free life in heaven. This wonderful servant of heaven will help you to be abandoned to Divine Providence. You too might cry out in prayer “thy will be done”.
St. Joseph, patron of men, of husbands and fathers pray for us! Pray for our Parish Family,
St. Joseph, patron of workers, pray for us!
St. Joseph, protector and guardian of families pray for us!
St. Joseph, patron and defender of the Universal Catholic Church, pray for us!
Pray for us,
Thank you for keeping in prayer all who are sick and especially:
Joseph Lunn, 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, Nora Williams, Margaret Lahy, Brian Wratten, Ann Van Essen, Bella Harding, Eileen Stevens, Dave Herris, Gabriel Lyons, Sylvester Forya, Michael and Madge Durkan, Jocyln De Silva, Anna Kashtelyan, Mary Jeanette Connaire, Anna Urbni, Maureen Flaherty, John McDonagh, James Diver, Frances Forya, Francesco Gargano.
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 two young mothers in our parish who have recently been diagnosed with cancer, we are keeping them in prayer – please keep them in yours.