The Archdiocese of Birmingham - The Parish of the Immaculate Conception

Parish Prayer Page

Beginning Sunday, 19th November 2017 ~ The Thirty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Lectionary - Sundays Year A, Weekdays Year 2

 

 

 

Your prayers are requested for the following who are sick:

R Admans, Sr Alma, W Babington, C Brown,   E  Browne, C & J Busby, N Cahill,  J Calver, K Cashman, S Caswell. J Chapman.,  S Clarke, I Cook,  C B  Corpus, E Cotter, J & P. Coughlan, Mrs Curzon,  A Davies, P Dean, D Dee’le,  M Delos Saintos,  J Fowler, P Harris,  M Hargrave., Sr. M Humbert,  B Hunt,  J Hurst,  J James,  A Kirby-Hall.,M Kilby, T  Kirby,  M Lewandowski, M Last, M May, P Mears, A Mutton,  G Newton,  J O’Rourke, F  Ostrowski, B Shepard,  S Stidston,   N Southey,   M Smyth, E & W Stonell, M Smith,  Sr Teresa SSM ,  M Wallace,  B & D Weaver,  J Wickens, T Berg  & family, M McMahon.  A Kearsley, Carol Hall.                         

Please  contact  the  parish office if you wish  your  name  to be  added  or  taken  off  the  sick list.   

Heavenly Father, source of all healing, visit and heal your servants from all physical and spiritual ailments, through the grace of your Son, Jesus Christ, our Lord. Amen

BREVIARY: Week 1

GRANT YOUR SERVANTS A PLACE OF REST AND PEACE WHERE THE WORLD OF DUST AND ASHES HAS NO DOMINION.

Please pray for the repose of the souls of those whose remains lie in The Foynes Memorial Garden

Angela Elrington, Alan and Sheila Pearce, Brenda Dunn, Jesse and Breda Smith, Frederick and Kathleen Minta, Joyce and Ellis Meagher, Winston Smith
Elsa Mansell, Anthony Prescott, Josef Puklavec, Stephen Bond, Ursula Steel, Michael McCarthy, Stephen Paul Huntley, Brendan Cronin, Michael Murray, Fiona Mary Beasley, Anna Maria Kustra, Ellen Batchelor, Agnes May Nelson, Amal Blakeley, Reginald Maude, Margaret Wildin, Ronald Joseph Hawke

The fifteen Anglo-Saxons whose remains were disturbed during the building of The John Paul II Centre.

Lord, welcome into your presence your servants whom you have called from this life. Relase them from all their sins, bless them with eternal life and peace, raise them up to live for ever with all your saints in the glory of the resurrection. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen

 

PRAYER FOR THE POPE JOHN PAUL II COMMUNITY CENTRE.

Blessed are you, Lord God, ruler of all creation: you know our hearts and our plans, and guide all that we do in your name.

Grant that this project may be for your honour and for the benefit of all your people. May all who work to bring it to completion be guided and inspired by a vision that comes from you. Bring many to share that vision and respond with generous hearts.

May this new building always be used for your glory and the good of the people of this community.

We ask this, father, in the name of Jesus your Son.

AMEN.

Please say one Our Father, three Hail Marys and one Glory Be with this prayer each day.

FAMILY PRAYER: Heavenly Father, thank you for the gift of our family. Enlighten our hearts and minds that we may live more fully this vocation. In our daily life and work, may we reflect the self-giving love which you, O Father, eternally show us with your Son and the Holy Spirit. Let your love be evident in the peace that reigns in our homes and in the faith we profess and live. May our family always be a place of generosity, understanding, forgiveness and joy. Kindly give us the wisdom and courage to be witness to your eternal design for the family, grant that the Holy Family of Nazareth may always guide our path to holiness as a family. We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the Holy Spirit, one God forever & ever. Amen.