INTERCESSIONS FOR THE 29th Sunday (Mission Sunday)

INTERCESSIONS FOR THE 29th SUNDAY of the year Mission Sunday (A)

PRIEST: Today we are reminded by the word of God that we have a duty to proclaim the Gospel and introduce Jesus to those who seek life. Let us proclaim it with joy and give thanks to the Lord, Glorifying his Name.

READER: let us pray that we will always be true to the word of God in our lives. May the Holy Spirit guide and lead us to the Joy of eternal life. Lord hear us.

Response: Lord graciously hear us.

Let us pray for all young people. May they be strengthened in their faith and find their vocations as married couples, single, religious or priests, all servants of God. Lord hear us.

Response: Lord graciously hear us.

Let us pray for Missionaries. Especially those living and working in difficult and dangerous situations. May they be strengthened and encouraged in their love of God and service of the people. Lord hear us.

Response: Lord graciously hear us.

May we develop an attitude of persistence in our prayer and working together for justice and building a world of peace and hope. Lord hear us.

Response: Lord graciously hear us.

Let us pray for people of the world who risk their lives trying to escape from the horrors of war, conflict and oppression. Lord hear us.

Response: Lord graciously hear us.

We pray for those working in the health services May they truly put their patients welfare before the cost. Lord hear us.

Response: Lord graciously hear us.

Let us pray for those who have recently died… and for all our dead… and for all who mourn that they may be comforted. Lord hear us.

Response: Lord graciously hear us

In the silence of our hearts, let us pray for our own families and friends.

Let us ask Mary the Mother of the Lord to pray with us. Hail Mary …

PRIEST: God, our heavenly Father,

we give thanks and praise and glorify your name for the gift of being your people.

May we be always ready to share the Gospel of Hope with all who are in need;

we ask this through Christ our Lord. AMEN.

 

 

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Fr. Sean Coyle’s Sunday Reflections