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The Pallottine Prayer Network consists of a group of men and women, young and old, lay and religious, willing to set aside a few minutes each day to pray for the needs of people, the Church and the world

How to Join the Prayer Network

Each member receives a wallet-sized membership card, certificate of membership and 12 monthly prayer cards with different intentions to pray for each month.

Members receive a list of prayer intentions sent to the prayer network, and are requested to include these special petitions in their daily prayers.

Membership is free!!

If you would like to join our prayer network or receive a copy of our prayer book contact us via the link to Feedback on this page or write to:

The Pallottine Prayer Network

5424 West Bluemound Road

Milwaukee, WI 53208-3097

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July 2017

Prayer for Spiritual Health

L Jesus said to the woman, "Has no one
   condemned you? Neither do I condemn you."

R. "Go and commit this sin no more." (Jn 8:1-11)

 So often Lord Jesus, when we listen to the story of the woman caught in adultery, we can't help but notice how differently You reacted to her than did the crowd. They wanted to stone her to death, while You wanted to help her back to spiritual health.

 Grant us, Lord, the gift of spiritual health. We often concern ourselves more with our physical, emotional and mental health. Help us also to be concerned about our spiritual well-being.

  Help us to be people of prayer so that we may
never become spiritually lazy and forgetful.

 Just as we must exercise and be diligent in keeping our bodies in good physical health, may we continually put our faith into action so that through the example of our love and concern for others we may keep ourselves spiritually fit. O Lord, help us to stay spiritually healthy so that one day You may welcome us into Your heavenly kingdom. We ask this in Your name. Amen.

Lord Jesus Christ

you have taught us to be merciful like the heavenly Father, and have told us that whoever sees you sees Him.

   Show us your face and we will be saved.

Your loving gaze freed Zacchaeus and Matthew from being enslaved by money;

the adulteress and Magdalene from seeking happiness only in created things;

made Peter weep after his betrayal,

and assured Paradise to the repentant thief.

   Let us hear, as if addressed to each one of us, the words that you spoke to the Samaritan woman:

“If you knew the gift of God!”

   You are the visible face of the invisible Father,

of the God who manifests his power above all by forgiveness and mercy:

let the Church be your visible face in the world, its Lord risen and glorified.

You willed that your ministers would also be clothed in weakness

in order that they may feel compassion for those in ignorance and error:

let everyone who approaches them feel sought after, loved, and forgiven by God.

   Send your Spirit and consecrate every one of us with its anointing, so that the Jubilee of Mercy may be a year of grace from the Lord, and your Church, with renewed enthusiasm, may bring good news to the poor, proclaim liberty to captives and the oppressed,

and restore sight to the blind.  

   We ask this of you, Lord Jesus, through the intercession of Mary, Mother of

Mercy; you who live and reign with the Father and the Holy Spirit for ever and

Ever.         Amen.

 IF you Love watching TV commercials, you may have noticed that many of them deal with physical health and looks. There is a pill for just about every ailment, but have you ever read about all the dangerous side effects those pills can have?

There are creams to take away wrinkles; braces to make your back and knees feel so much better.

Oh, I wish I were young again and had many years of life ahead of me, but ultimately I know that one day my body will give out and I will die. Then what good will all those pills and miracle cures be?

So, I turn my thoughts to another aspect of my life that often goes untouched - my spiritual health. Jesus came to save us sinners. Are we doing anything to help him? Do we try to live the commandments? Do we pray; ask for God's mercy, love our neighbor as ourselves? Are we trying to stay spiritually healthy by turning away from temptations?

If we care so much about our physical health which will one day be taken from us, should we not care more about our spiritual health that will still be part of us after we leave this life on earth?

Prayer for Spiritual Health

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July 2017

July 4 - Independence Day

July 11 - UAC approved in 1835 by

         Pope Gregory XVI

July 19-27 - Monthly St. Joseph Novena

July 21- Monthly evening Holy Hour

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