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Prayer Network

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

Image of Mary Mother of Divine Love carried by

 St, Vincent

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January 2018


 Prayer for Healing

L. Jesus cast out seven demons from Mary Magdalene
R. And she became his faithful follower.

 Lord Jesus, in your mercy and love you healed Mary Magdalene by setting her free of seven demons. She never stopped thanking you for your kindness to her and became one of your faithful disciples. Her love for you was so strong that she even stood watch with your mother as you hung upon the cross.

 Today we ask you to heal us. Help us to find ways to reconcile ourselves with those who may have hurt us or whom we have injured by our words or deeds. Remove any hatred or anger that may exist between us so that we can move forward in our lives in peace and harmony.

 Lord, cast out the feelings and memories within our minds and hearts that hinder us from loving and caring about others as we should. Give us the strength not only to be willing to forgive others, but also the courage to ask forgiveness from them. 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 we take an example from physical illness, we know how miserable our bodies feel when we are not well. Aches, pains, sores, coughs, cancer and any number of other things can eat away at our physical happiness.

 A similar case can be made for our emotional and spiritual health and well-being. When we've had a "falling out" with family members, friends or acquaintances, we might be angry at them, or depressed because they are no longer talking to us. We feel as bad, if not worse, as we do when we are sick. This feeling can go on for days, months and years unless we finally seek some kind of healing of the whole situation.

 For a healing to take place, someone has to start the process - to extend the "olive branch" as it were. That person could be either the offended one or the offender. However, if the other person involved is unwilling to accept the branch, the healing will not take place. It takes "the two" to make a healing happen. This month we pray for God's help to make healings happen in our lives.

Prayer for Healing

January 2018


Jan. 1 - Feast of Mary, Mother of God

 and New Year's Day


Jan. 7 - Epiphany of the Lord


Jan. 8 - Baptism of the Lord


Jan. 19-27 - Monthly Novena to St. Joseph


Jan. 22 - Feast day of St. Vincent Pallotti