May God console them and grant them peace. Is there a person or group of people especially affected by COVID-19 that you don’t often choose to see or connect with normally? Use these bidding prayers as part of your Mass live stream or to pray in your own home. Yes there is even death. Take a moment to think about how COVID-19 has impacted your life. Lord, hear us, I cannot hear if you whisper an answer to my prayer or brush off my curse. This mask takes away power – the power of clear communication but also the possibility to infect. Father please hear us when we tell You of our concerns of sending our children and educators back to school. May they know your protection and peace. To what really matters. Even in this time of separation and possible isolation, what is one way you can maintain meaningful connection to others—whether directly, through technology, or intentional focus and attention? Acknowledge how you are feeling in this moment. - By Susan Haarman, Loyola University Chicago, It seems that I return to you most easily when I need comfort, O God. Now I am relying on you to lead and guide me, to put my anxiety in its place. I’m a garbageman, I can’t work from home and my job is an essential city service that must get done. when we are separated from family and friends. (Available in multiple languages) A Prayer by Pete Greig. Our Sunday Service is currently taking place online. Loving God, Your desire is for our wholeness and well being. When I wanted to hide, I’ve faced the day. Silent prayer The LORD of hosts is with us. through illness or isolation or anxiety, Dearest Padre Pio, I come before you in prayer, in this period of overwhelming emotion for all of humanity. For our homes and families, For Those Infected. May they know your peace, as they work together to achieve it on earth. Lord, hear us, For some that light may come in the form of a sense of the Divine. Let us pray to the Lord, For doctors, nurses and medical researchers, 60 Minute Prayer Guide. Prayers during the coronavirus epidemic; Prayer of the Day; Prayer Wall; Year of Prayer; Methodist Prayer Handbook; Thy Kingdom Come; Creative Prayer; The Bible. May we join ourselves more closely to you on the cross and in your suffering that through them we may draw our patience and hope. Thank you for all the love I’ve been blessed withand help me in the moments ahead. But there does not have to be meanness. I have been challenged and needed your guidance in thinking with a community-focus rather than an individual one, and I’ve been challenged in finding the right response on other occasions when I judge that others are falling into that same pit. JesuitResource.org is a service of Xavier University's Center for Mission and Identity, Xavier University Center for Mission and Identity 3800 Victory Parkway Cincinnati, OH 45207 513-745-3777. Pause and reflect on where you’re being invited to grow from that moment. Bring hope that you will make them the equalof whatever lies ahead. and all in any kind of need or distress: Prayers in a time of coronavirus Working for your kingdom Lord Jesus, give us the grace to hear your voice, And the strength to continue working for your kingdom in this time of pandemic. My friends don’t see or hear or know; nor do my family; nor my colleagues. Love compels us to fight against coronavirus alongside our sisters and brothers living in poverty. Protect the most vulnerable among … - Prayer originated from https://www.vaticannews.va/en/pope/news/2020-03/pope-francis-prayer-our-lady-protection-coronavirus.html, ignatius calls usto go forthand setthe world on fire we embrace this metaphorbecause we believeour purposeis inextricably linkedto helping othersclarify and attain theirs but how do weset our world on firein this age of sickness,uncertainty,and fear how do weserve and leadwhen weare disconnectedfrom each otherand the physical spacethat unifies our team who will show ushow to press on lives perishwhile the flamesof leadersaround usdance erraticallyin the blisteringwinds of changetheir lightsflickerto near extinctiontheir sparksbarely visiblestruggleto light the way we cannot waitfor themto lead let us turnto our Godandto the sacred lightof the Holy Spiritthat burnsineach of us let our spiritsdraw closerto each otherin spite ofthe distancebetween usand march boldlyinto tomorrow maybe it helpsto imaginethis timeas a dousingof gasolinetossed onto ouralready steadyburning flamesofpurpose and love let this accelerantconsume and quicken usfor the greater good shine onmy friendsmay the bright flamesof our spiritsburning in unisoncreate a bonfirethatsparks hopeignites faithIlluminates loveand lights the way in this uncertain agea time whenour brothers and sistersyearn forpeace and lightwe are calledand stand readyto do magisto do morethan we didbefore toburnbrighter, - by Ray Angle, Assistant Vice President, Career and Professional Development, Gonzaga University. Who do you normally choose to reach out and connect to? Prayer cards are available for download and to print at the bottom of the page. For generosity of spirit.For hope in times of despair.For light in the darkness. In all things, may we open our hearts and give You thanks. May we who have to cancel our trips remember those who have no safe place to go. I am grateful for my health and for the health of my family. Rites Supporting Disciples on the Way of Christ. for the gravely ill and the dying, Resources. Strengthenuswhen we feel discouragedor overwhelmed. that our neighbourhoods may be places of trust and friendship, May we who have the luxury of working from home remember those who must choose between preserving their health and making their rent. This we ask through your Son, our Saviour, Jesus Christ. If being calm is hard, acknowledge it. Everlasting God, as we journey through this season of Advent, seeking to make our paths straight for His coming, we now offer our prayers and petitions through our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. What connections impact you the most? Holy Virgin of Guadalupe, Queen of the Angels and Mother of the Americas. When this ends,may we findthat we have becomemore like the peoplewe wanted to be we were called to bewe hoped to beand may we staythat way--betterfor each otherbecause of the worst. My dear brothers and sisters, Lenten season greetings to you all. It is also good to connect our prayer with Scripture. I implore you to come to our aid and protect us from COVID (coronavirus). We hold in tenderness and prayer the collective suffering of our world at this time. We give our hearts to You, now and forever. Menu Previous menu. Is there a person or group of people especially affected by COVID-19 that you don’t often choose to see or connect with normally? accept these prayers Pray That the Church Will Be a Light. Lord, hear us, If you find yourself frustrated or stressed, acknowledge it. Take a moment to think about how COVID-19 has impacted your life. Father, we come before You to pray for those infected with this virus. We pray also for doctors, nurses, and caregivers, for public health officials and all civic leaders. 1. Come to our aid as the coronavirus spreads globally, heal those who are May we who are losing our margin money in the tumult of the economic market remember those who have no margin at all. may be at peace and free from worry: Menu Donate. many will be restored to health: I have come back to you, and I will return, knowing that your open arms will never fail. ... Prayers of Intercession. Prayer to Our Lady of Guadalupe for the Protection from Coronavirus. Ps 91:5-6. I pause (breathe in and out) and thank you for this day. Lord, hear us, I cannot see if you smile or if you scowl. To how little control we really have. Below are their incredible stories, as well as prayers invoking their powerful intercession. Please watch over everyone as times and routines are about to change once again. Lord, hear us, Prayers for Strength during the Coronavirus Pandemic. We seek refuge under your protection, O Holy Mother of God.Do not despise our pleas – we who are put to the test – and deliver us from every danger, O glorious and blessed Virgin. and care for them in their vulnerability: As you think of the ways we are connected or disconnected to one another, pick a connection (or lack thereof) that seems important, significant, or is manifesting itself the strongest. Inspire our leaders to discern and choose wisely, aligned with the common good. For the vulnerable and the fearful, – Lynn Ungar, March 11, 2020 (posted with permission of the author) for more from this author, view: http://www.lynnungar.com/poems/. by Rebecca L. Cull. Those in my community who are suffering need care. Lord, graciously hear us. It can help us realize who we may often choose not to see or connect with. “A scared world needs a fearless Church.” These words of A.W. These uncertain days of news conferences and quarantines tempt me to assume the worst for my loved ones, myself and my community. If being calm is hard, acknowledge it. Stop the advance of the Coronavirus disease that threatens the human family across the globe. Embrace usso that us we know your loving presencewithin us and among us. Ask for light and insight as you prepare to review your day. Richard Hendrick, OFM, March 13th 2020. Lord Jesus, you came into the world to heal our infirmities and to endure our sufferings. - Found on Twitter: Jester D TGM @JustMeTurtle, What if you thought of itas the Jews consider the Sabbath—the most sacred of times?Cease from travel.Cease from buying and selling.Give up, just for now,on trying to make the worlddifferent than it is.Sing. Give them the wisdom to invest in long-term solutions that will help prepare for or prevent future outbreaks. Help me to be generous and to keep contact with the forgotten. “Who was that masked man?”). (You could hardly deny it now. An Examen for Life During COVID-19. Help usto focus on what we havenot on what is removed or changed. Dr. William J Barber IIBack to Top. If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is Thank You that will be enough. For public officials.For business leaders.For educators.For innovators and inventors who provide new solutions. But your mask, Lord, what about your mask? God of hope, may your love blanket the earth, as you teach us to live more generously today than yesterday. Promise this world your love–for better or for worse,in sickness and in health,so long as we all shall live. Scared but resilient. A Prayer for Those Who Are Ill with Coronavirus. Love compels us to give and act as one. when it’s hard to travel and gather together. And during this time when we may not be able to physically wrap our arms around each other, let us yet find ways to be the loving embrace of God to our neighbors. Prayers for those with the Coronavirus, those who care for them, and those who are suffering from anxiety during this stressful time. It’s a tough job, from getting up pre-dawn to the physical toll it takes on my body, to the monotonous nature of the job, at times it’s hard to keep on going. Prayer During the Day. When I’ve wanted to run, I’ve stayed. (Surely, that has come clear. Whether we are home or abroad, surrounded by many people suffering from this illness or only a few, Jesus Christ, stay with us as we endure and mourn, persist and prepare. I continue to welcome and be open to your presence in my life and in this work. Help me to offer them your tenderness. When the disease that moves us to mask our faces for safety fades away, will our eyes and our ears be stronger, better able to see and to hear the smiles and the frowns, the cries and the whispers of those who fill our lives? Buoyed by your love, I choose each day to let peace reign in me. We ask for wisdom for those who bear the loadof making decisions with widespread consequences. Be with those who have died from the virus. With that in mind, I’ve put together a list of 20 prayers to pray during this pandemic. For the challenges, the emotions, the struggle. Services of Morning, Evening and Night Prayer are broadcast daily on our Cinderford Churches YouTube Channel. May those who are infected receive the proper treatment A new prayer of intercession for every week during the coronavirus pandemic. Help us. We fly to you today as your beloved children. Lord, graciously hear us. You see past my mask, you hear through it, you know. I am thankful for good colleagues and the opportunity to collaborate with so many around me. I love my country. Yes there is fear. Can we know, Lord, that we put on many masks so we can cope, avoid, pretend, be acceptable? For firefighters, police, and emergency medical workers.For doctors, nurses, and all health care professionals.For those who serve in the armed forces. Who can see through your mask? Note the emotions you feel when you think of these individuals without judging or overanalyzing. that we may be alert to their needs, We pray for those who are sick: for those afflicted with coronavirus; for those with other illnesses and We ask this through the Lord Jesus who healed those who believed. 5. where all are known and cared for: This coronavirus prayer helps you cover the many groups of those being affected by the epidemic, including medical professionals, patients, those under quarantine and those whose lives are being disrupted. For others it’s from a deep sense of your true self. You are here for us to see and to hear. Jesus Christ, healer of all, stay by our side in this time of uncertainty and sorrow. 6. Assist us and restore us to health so that united more closely to your family, the Church, we may give praise and honour to your name. We are certain that you will provide, so that, as you did at Cana of Galilee,joy and feasting might return after this moment of trial. Heal us from our pride, which can make us claim invulnerability to a disease that knows no borders. For those who are dying.For those who have died while saving the lives of others.For all who have lost their lives. Heal those who are sick with the virus. that they may find relief and recovery: The prayers below have been sent to us by Archbishop James Wong, the Primate of the Indian Ocean. Even in this time of separation and possible isolation, what is one way you can maintain meaningful connection to others—whether directly, through technology, or intentional focus and attention? Take a deep breath and moment of quiet. As they worry and grieve, defend them from illness and despair. Amen. For peace in our city and in our world.For renewed friendships among neighbors.For solidarity and unity among all peoples.For a greater appreciation and love of all humanity. Wake to the choices you make as to how to live now. A downloadable PDF for you to use as an individual or as a household. for the sake of your Son, We have seen the worst in people and the best. If you can, picture the faces of these people. Walk with usas we bring your love,and carry your light,into our world. Who do you normally choose to reach out and connect to? What connections do you take for granted in your life? )Know that our livesare in one another’s hands. For those who are lonely.For those who have no one to check on them.For families that are separated. - By Ellen Hurst, Senior Teaching Professor, Economics. May my anxiety be transformed into love. Jesus Christ, you traveled through towns and villages “curing every disease and illness.” At your command, the sick were made well. We pray through the intercession of Your Mother, Refuge of the Sick and in the name and power of Your Son, Jesus. I pray that we continue to be intentional collaborators, guided by your spirit. Through my mask, you hear me if I whisper a brief prayer or mutter a muffled curse. For the health and well-being of our nation, May these special people find lasting health and deliverance, and so join us in thanking you for all your gifts. I pray that we continue to be inclusive and broad in our thinking, that we continue to be imaginative and innovative, that we have the energy required to sustain us. Yes there is isolation. We know that we can do anything through You, so please help us ensure health and semi-normalcy in the coming months. 1. Help us to give thanks within the uncertainty. I pause (breathe in and out) and ask for forgiveness for The days I falter and the disease takes over. If you can, picture the faces of these people. - Prayer originated from https://www.catholic.org/prayers/prayer.php?p=229. Be with the doctors, nurses, researchers and all medical professionals who seek to heal and help those affected and who put themselves at risk in the process. God gifted us with limitless creativity and imagination. A Word in Time Bible study; How to read the Bible; Bible Month; Worship. Lord, may the nations hear your voice: and know that you are God, supreme among the nations, supreme over all the world. For those who are guiding our nation at this time, May we who have no risk factors remember those most vulnerable. We ask that You keep this new coronavirus from continuing to spread. Equip Sunday school teachers with information about the tollfree national helpline numbers for their group members and by promoting awareness on tips and resources. Creator, thank you for my many blessings, especially ______________. Intercessions for 2 nd Sunday of Advent Year B – 6 th December 2020. Hear through it? Show your mercy as you close wounds, cure illness, make broken bodies whole and free downcast spirits. May they be at rest with you in your eternal peace. For those who are guiding our nation at this time, and shaping national policies, If being calm is hard, acknowledge it. Help me see it as a human response that keeps me conscious of the seriousness of this moment, but do not let it overwhelm my spirit. as … Lord, hear us, But there does not have to be hate. For the isolated and housebound, Help me to see those places where I was lovingand strengthen those parts of meso that I can better do your will. Some prayers for use during the pandemic God of all mercy and compassion, life and death are in your hands. A Coronavirus Prayer Kerry Weber March 02, 2020 A woman wearing a mask prays during Ash Wednesday Mass at St. Joseph Cathedral in Hanoi, Vietnam, Feb. 26, 2020, amid the coronavirus … - Prayer by Cameron Wiggins Bellm. - By Ashley Henkes, Hall Director, Residence Life. Hello… here I am again, knowing that you are waiting for me with love and warming light.In the shadow of your wings I find respite and relief that feeds my innermost self and renews my soul. May they know your peace. Public health issues have a way of making us recognize how interwoven our lives are with others in society. Amen. By noon, most of us have already faced challenges, and we may think we can handle these things alone; but the Lord says otherwise—we must look to and depend on Him. (What scar did the Phantom’s mask hide? Advent. Almighty God, we know that everything is in Your sovereign control. Will we see, Lord, that what we think of as your mask is really also our own, our inability to find you in the rush of our lives, our failure to see you in all the wonders you show us, our incapacity to hear your gentle voice in the tumult that surrounds us. Look to God in the midst of your daily challenges. Public health issues have a way of making us recognize how interwoven our lives are with others in society. Day and night, you are my refuge. - Prayer originated from https://www.americamagazine.org/faith/2020/03/02/coronavirus-prayer. What connections impact you the most? Father God, I never imagined that I would get this virus. Help us, Lord, to move beyond our masks. I have felt true joy in the quiet moments of fellowship and connection that only could have happened because of this common event. who is our refuge and stronghold. I trust you, but I confess … All over the world people are looking at their neighbors in a new way. The headlines related to the pandemic coronavirus, known as COVID-19, are steady an unsettling. Acknowledge how you are feeling in this moment. Amen. Ask for light and insight as you prepare to review your day. Be with the leaders of all nations. If you find yourself frustrated or stressed, acknowledge it. Touch only thoseto whom you commit your life.Center down. Prayer is never the last resort of God’s people. - Author requested to remain anonymous, May we who are merely inconvenienced, remember those whose lives are at stake.May we who have no risk factors remember those most vulnerable.May those who have the luxury of working from home remember those who must choose between preserving their health or making their rent.May those who have the flexibility to care for our children when schools close remember those who have no options.May we who have to cancel a trip remember those who have no safe place to go.May we who are losing our margin money in the tumult of the economic market remember those who have no margin at all.May those who settle for quarantine at home remember those who have no home.As fear grips our country, let us choose love during this time when we cannot physically wrap our arms around each other, let us find ways to be the loving embrace to God and our neighbor. O Mary, you always shine on our path. For those who have survived.For those who have lost their spouses.For children who have been orphaned.For all those who mourn and those who comfort them. We ache for ourselves and our neighbors, standing before an uncertain future. Listen, behind the factory noises of your panic- The birds are singing again The sky is clearing, Spring is coming. God gifted us with limitless creativity and imagination. I am grateful for extra time with family, and for all the new ways I have found to connect with friends. For a blessing on our local community, In place of our anxiety, give us your peace. 4. to the mercy and protection of God. Meditative prayers of intercession for use during the Coronavirus pandemic As Christians, we have a duty to pray for those who are being affected in various specific ways during this pandemic. Now, it is clear that our futures are bound together more tightly than ever before. Amen. Help us, Mother of Divine Love,to conform ourselves to the Father’s willand to do what Jesus tells us: He who took our sufferings upon Himself, and bore our sorrows to bring us,through the Cross, to the joy of the Resurrection. I love my planet Earth. Let's pray these prayers over coronavirus sickeness and fear. We can uplift their work, their families and all those who need hope and healing through prayer. Pray for the new coronavirus to stop spreading. Two saints miraculously cured plagues: St. Roch and St. Rosalie. A new prayer of intercession for every week during the coronavirus pandemic. We need to seek Him through His Word, will, and ways. An English-language translation of the Pope’s prayer is below: O Mary, you shine continuously on our journey as a sign of salvation and hope.We entrust ourselves to you, Health of the Sick. Bring them courage to endure what cannot be avoided,for your will is health and wholeness;you are God, and we need you. God wants to be present in all parts of our lives—not just the easy or serene moments. Please join us as we pray for God’s heart of love, mercy, and truth to dwell in us and show us how to face the challenges posed by the new coronavirus. Amen. As you think of the ways we are connected or disconnected to one another, pick a connection (or lack thereof) that seems important, significant, or is manifesting itself the strongest. This lovely prayer comes from Bishop Robert Reed, our editor-at-large: O God, protect us against the ravages of illness. Resources, prayers and more to help you and your community pray in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic . Strong in the Face of Tribulation – a new prayer resource from the Vatican. Simply acknowledge them, pay attention, and listen to where God may be speaking. 1. Prayer. I see the people, my people, of my city, peeking out their windows at me. For some that light may come in the form of a sense of the Divine. Prayer to ask for protection and healing from COVID (coronavirus) through Padre Pio’s intercession. Father of goodness and love, hear our prayers for the sick members of our community and for all who are in need. It can help us realize who we may often choose not to see or connect with. What connections to others are you becoming more aware of? All over the world people are slowing down and reflecting.
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