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Priest:         Jesus comes to forgive and restore our hearts.  With confidence in God’s ways for our lives, we now make our petitions known to God …

 

 

 

Reader:       In the first Reading, Job highlights the pointlessness of life and we know that

 

                   there are many people in our world who find life pointless and meaningless. 

 

                   We pray for our needy world: may hope be restored to the lives of all people.

 

LORD, HEAR US …

 

 

 

For all who minister in the Church throughout the world and for those who lead us in faith: may all our faith leaders have the courage to practise what they preach, leading us with the hope and healing of Jesus Christ.

 

LORD, HEAR US…

 

 

 

We pray for healing within our own community; that, where there has been division, God’s love might draw us once more together.

 

LORD, HEAR US …

 

 

 

In this Catholic Education Week, we pray for our schools: may our schools continue to be welcoming and warm places for our children to flourish.

 

LORD, HEAR US …

 

 

 

That God may continue to inspire us to be agents of charity within our community, open to the needs of the weakest and poorest.

 

LORD, HEAR US …

 

 

 

We pray for all we know who have died … (pause) … and we spend a moment

 

in silence with our own personal prayers before God …

 

(Pause) …

 

LORD, HEAR US …

 

 

 

 

 

Priest:                   Grant, Lord, that, knowing your power and authority, we may follow you with

 

                   love and put it into practise in our lives the Gospel values you teach. 

                   We ask this through Christ our Lord

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