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Posted by on Jun 23, 2017 in Before the Altar, Homilies, Sunday Homilies | 8 comments

Prayers Please :)

Prayers Please :)

I’d like to take a moment to ask for your prayers and explain a few things. In the coming days I will leave for a once in a life time 30 day long extended retreat known as the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. This is a beautiful opportunity for me and I am grateful that my pastor, Fr. Brian, is generously allowing me to go. This means that for 30 days (all of July) I’ll be entering into an intensive time of prayer and silence. This also means that I won’t physically be at the parish or be posting any homilies on this website during that time since I’ll be in silence and not preaching!

I’d like to ask for two things:

  • Prayers for my retreat. I don’t just want your prayers – I NEED them.
  • Your prayers for the staff and students of St. Mary’s Catholic Center.

Thank you and God Bless!

Grateful,
Fr. Ryan

8 Comments

  1. Lifting you up in my prayers.

  2. Blessings for you during this time. Thank you for all your encouragement. I pray your experience to be even more rewarding than you expect. Thank you for your devotion to all of us.

  3. We will keep you in our prayers. Bless you and your devotion to our Lord.

  4. Consider it done. I pray you have a rewarding retreat.

  5. Sending prayers🙏🏻

  6. Gage and I will be praying for you.i know how much I get out of my annual Tridium. Ignatius Loyola retreat !
    I can only imagine the spiritual benefits of 30 days. It takes a long time to enter into silence!
    Very happy for your retreat.
    May Our Blessed Mother hold you close to her heart and take care of all those whom you serve.
    Terrie

  7. Will keep you in my prayers. What a wonderful opportunity.

  8. Of course you will be added to our prayers. What an incredible opportunity. I pray our precious Lord will guide your thoughts and consume your whole heart as you continually seek Him. We will also pray for your home parish as well 🙂

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