28th Sunday of the Year : Bidding Prayers / Intercessions / Prayer of the Faithful

28th Sunday of the Year



God is the source of all that we are and all that we have – we remind ourselves of this as we ask him for all our needs and the needs of the world.



For the Church: that it may radiate the example of Christ through its leaders and peoples and encourage all to be called to take on the new garments of life in Christ and so be clothed in love, truth, peace and goodness.
Lord in your mercy


That we may be responsive to the calling and choosing of the Lord, remembering that nothing is impossible to God and that there is nothing we cannot master with the help of the one who gives us strength, 
Lord in your mercy 

For Christians around the world who are persecuted for the name of Christ, especially for the people of the Middle East - that God may come to their aid and give them strength to overcome their difficulties.  
Lord in your mercy.

For the sick and housebound, for the anxious and depressed, and all who are in distress that they may be helped by those around them and comforted by God’s grace.
Lord, in your mercy.

For those who have died and for those who mourn.  May they find peace and comforted by happy memories and by the love and care of family and friends.
Lord, in your mercy.

Now, in silence, we remember those who especially need our prayers.

We ask Our Lady, Queen of the Rosary, to pray with us as we say - Hail Mary ...


Loving Father,
listen to our petitions and grant us what we need,
through Jesus Christ, Our Lord.

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