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The Fifty Best Catholic Movies of All Time from catholiceducation.org

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January 2006

A great parish prayer, to share [ pardon the pun ] - We used to say this prayer at my parish, St. Patrick, in Natick, Massachusetts before the start of each Sunday Mass at the parish, followed by the St. Michael the Archangel Prayer after Mass. It was lead by the pastor or priest. For some reason, the current pastor did not wish to continue our parish tradition. I encourage pastors and priests to prayerfully consider starting this practice at your parish. Just substitute the Saint your parish is named after in the blanks below.

OUR PARISH PRAYER

Our Father in heaven, your family of St. _____________, praises you. We thank-you for the gift of life. We praise You for Jesus, Your Son, Who makes us a new creation.

Pour out Your Holy Spirit that we may repent of sin and dedicate our lives to You. Fill us with faith, hope and love. Increase our hunger for Your Word and Eucharist. Make our hearts joyful with the awareness that we are your family. Bring forward the fruit of holiness in our lives for Your glory.

Grant us wisdom, courage and strength to share Your life in word and deed with all Your people.

We ask this in the name of Jesus, our Lord, with the intercession of Mary, our Mother, and ___________, our Patron.

Amen

Kudos to Fr. Daniel Twomey.


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