What is Prayer? St. Therese of Lisieux defines prayer as “a surge of the heart: it is a simple look turned toward heaven, it is a cry of recognition and of love, embracing both trial and joy”. When we pray, we turn our mind and heart toward God. He is the source of our life and all that we are and have. We depend on Him for everything.
Our Mother of Divine Providence Prayer Corner will list the names of all those people that we pray for each Sunday at Mass – the sick and the deceased. Let us join in prayer as a community for all who are in need of God’s loving care.
For the Sick: Clarice Merritt, John Mahar, Madison Sassa, Theresa McCade, Richard Gries, Walt Quick, Brian Cooper, Mary Humay, Dolores Waterman.
For those who have died: Dr. Nicholas Padano, Mary Lou Beatty, Elizabeth Carey, Mary Ann Murray, Nicholas Gabrielli, Alexander Panzano, Joseph Knowlan, Margaret Capone,David Stephenson, Joseph Morio, Jr., John T. Conway, Sr.,H. William Schmidt, Walter Beehan.