Please feel free to post your prayer request for today as a comment to this post. Your needs and intentions will be included in our daily offerings throughout the day and at the 3 o’clock hour for Divine Mercy, and your requests will be personally offered to our Heavenly Father, having faith in the words our Lord spoke to Saint Faustina, “Through the chaplet you will obtain everything, if what you ask for is compatible with My will.” (Diary, 1731)


“Almighty and Most Loving God, You are always at our side inviting us to open our hearts to Your Spirit of Truth and Love;

– as we continue our daily pilgrimage through life, may Your Holy Spirit always guide our lives, so that we emulate the life of our Lord, Jesus Christ, in all that we think and in all that we say and do; for it is only in this way that we continue to grow in our loving and intimate relationship with You. We humbly pray this in Jesus’ Most Holy Name. Amen.”


  1. I am asking for prayers for an innocent man being held by department of homeland security, his health is failing but they are refusing to let him go he has no money for food or defense, he is not held in a cell but is not free to leave where he is still under constant supervision without visitors. His moral is down and his faith is faltering the stress is getting the best of him. I ask for prayers of his release. May God intervene and touch the hearts of those involved and see he is innocent.


    1. Imelda, please know that you and your prayer request for the male individual are in my daily offerings to our Heavenly Father. If what you are praying for is pleasing to the will of God, may He grant your request in His time and in His way according to His providential Love for both of you.

      Always remain close to God in personal sanctity, living a virtuous life, and always persevere in your daily prayers.

      And remember always the words of St. Padre Pio, “Pray, hope, and don’t worry. Worry is useless. God is merciful and will hear your prayer.” If possible, encourage him to keep the faith and believe in St. Pio’s words of encouragement.

      Peace and God’s blessings, †


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