Monthly Stewardship Prayer
Prayer is a cornerstone of our relationship with the Lord. Whether private or communal prayer, the purpose is to stay connected to God. Whether that is two minutes or two hours a day, listening and responding to God is at the core of the disciple's life. As we develop our Stewardship of Prayer at Holy Rosary, let us pray together our monthly Stewardship prayer.
HOLY ROSARY PARISH
Almighty God, guide us throughout
this Lent so that all we do may be
motivated by love of you and
Through your goodness and mercy,
you have given us this sacred season
as an opportunity to respond more
fully to the grace of our baptism.
May our hearts be strengthened
in faith, hope and love as we reflect
on the life, death and resurrection of
our Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ,
who died for us so that we
might live forever with him.
Lenten Prayer and Resources
|Whenever There is Silence|
|Lent on the Run|
|Return To Me|
The purpose of a Prayer Line is to help each other in time of spiritual need—PRAYERS. Have you ever sat up with a sick child, been called in the middle of the night because of an accident, had an illness, surgery, a death in the family, or a feeling of hopelessness? Was it difficult to pray? These are just a few of the reasons for a Prayer Line. If you have a need where the Prayer Line can help, we are here for you.
For a request, please call one of the leaders who will start the Prayer Line. The Prayer Line Leaders are Dianne Dyer (920-898-4982) and Rita Greuel (920-898-5213).
More men and women are welcome to help pray. If you can spare a few moments a day to include another person's intentions in your daily prayers or have any questions about the Prayer Line, please call Dianne.
Holy Rosary sponsors Marian Devotions on every
Thursday. Winter schedule from
November through April is at ; the Summer schedule from May
through October is at .
The Devotions begin with a fifteen decade rosary and conclude with a
Liturgy of the Word with Holy Communion or
|Daily 3-minute retreat||www.findinggod.org|
|Lord, teach us how to pray||www.cptryon.org/prayer/|