How can we pray for you?
“Pray for one another.”
As a man of great prayer, St.Paul of the Cross inculcated its importance most forcefully by word and example. He wished his followers to pray without ceasing and desired our communities to become real schools of prayer, leading to a deep experience of God.
Praying for someone or asking for prayers on behalf of another is our care and love extended to situations and persons we otherwise would not be able to reach for various reasons.
Passionists’ commitment to the ‘memory of the passion’ draws us to deep life of prayer and solitude. Our prayer takes on a hidden apostolic fruitfulness for the People of God, and echoes our solidarity with our brothers and sisters, especially the poor and suffering.
The Passion of Jesus is an act of love which offers redemption and salvation. It is shared with each and every one of us. Rooted in this conviction, we confidently place our prayers before our God, who responds to them through His infinite love, mercy and compassion.
It is a great privilege for us to pray with you and for your petitions and intercessions. We invite you to fill out a prayer request form or Mass intention. Each of your prayers will be offered during our daily prayers and those we pray for during the Eucharistic celebration.