The Father Peyton Prayer Guild

2y ago
4 Views
2 Downloads
4.45 MB
28 Pages
Last View : 21d ago
Last Download : 1m ago
Upload by : Maxine Vice
Transcription

UNITED IN PRAYER FOR A SPIRITUAL CAUSEThe Father Peyton Prayer GuildHand book forChapter, Family and Individual MembersThe Family That Prays Together Stays Together

Table of ContentsLetter from the Vice Postulator/Guild Director1Letter from the President of Holy Cross Family Ministries2Father Peyton Prayer Guild Overview3-4Guidelines and Ideas for Chapter Members5 - 10Guidelines and Ideas for Family Members11 - 17Guidelines and Ideas for Individual Members18 - 21Father Peyton Prayers: Favors and the Beatification22Resources for all Membership Types23Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C., greeted by a number of the faithful in Nova Scotia, 1951.

NEED FOR PRAYERDear brothers and sisters in Christ,I wish to thank you for joining me and prayerfully supporting theCause for Venerable Patrick Peyton.Your membership in the Father Peyton Prayer Guild is both needed andvalued. People, like yourself, around the world, believe that by learningof Father Peyton’s life and ministry will lead our families to greaterunity.Through your prayers and sharing of his powerful message, “The familythat prays together stays together,” you, too, will be part of his Causefor Beatification and Canonization.Whether you belong to a local chapter, participate as a family, or as anindividual member, your prayers and efforts will be united with peoplethroughout the world. You will be partnering with Guild members whohave the same belief in the Blessed Mother’s ability to intercede for usas we turn to her Son in the prayer of the Rosary.Bishop Edgar da Cuhna, Bishop of the Diocese of Fall River, MA,spoke of Father Peyton’s example and ministry as one that lit fires offaith around the world that continue to warm the hearts of familiestoday. “He lit up such a big fire in the life of so many people in theworld that nobody can put it out now. The fire has grown too big!”I thank you for your prayerful support of Father Peyton’s Cause forSainthood and for uniting in Rosary prayer to keep the fires of faithalive for the good of all families.God bless you,Father David S. MarchamVice Postulator and Guild Director1

HONORING A SPECIAL PRIESTDear Father Peyton Prayer Guild members,Welcome to new members and thank you to faithful Guildmembers who have been with us since Father Peyton’s Cause wasaccepted by the Congregation for the Causes of Saints.Each person, family, and chapter of the Guild forms a powerfulsource of hope for Father Peyton’s Cause for Sainthood and forthe welfare of families around the world.As a priest and in my role as president of Holy Cross FamilyMinistries, I still see the need for Father Peyton’s messagesand ongoing ministry work throughout the world. His wellknown messages, “the family that prays together stays together”and “a world at prayer is a world at peace” are still relevant andessential today.I believe the canonization of Father Peyton and the continuationof his mission will be realized through the spiritual assistanceprovided through the prayers and good works of faith-filledmembers of the Father Peyton Prayer Guild, like you. Our ministry joins you in Rosary prayer at the Father Peyton Center inN. Easton, MA, USA, by offering our prayers for you and yourloved ones. In a special way, we offer the First Friday Mass foryour needs.I encourage you to continue to pray and to spread the messageof Father Peyton for families and peace in our world. Pleaseinvite others to join us in this mission to provide a future Saintfor Family Prayer and in the process, draw all to the love of ourBlessed Mother and her Son.May our Blessed Mother keep you close to her Divine Son, Jesus,Father Willy Raymond, C.S.C.President, Holy Cross Family Ministries2

Welcome to the Father Peyton Prayer GuildWe are United in Prayer for a Spiritual Cause.We are grateful for your dedication and prayerful support of: The canonization of Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C. The continuation of his mission through Holy Cross Family Ministries Your family and all families around the worldThe Father Peyton Prayer Guild is one worldwide communityof prayer. In gratitude for your prayers and membership: A Mass intention is prayed for members of the Guild and theirfamilies at the Father Peyton Center in North Easton, MA, USA,on the first Friday of each month. You will have an opportunityto submit your own prayer requests to that special Mass.Youwill receive The Family Link and Cause newsletters, devoted to sharing our ongoing spiritual reflections, updateson Father Peyton’s Cause and our ministry’s activities.Additionally, there will be regular communication from theVice Postulator/Guild Director. You will be invited to Holy Cross Family Ministries’ eventsthroughout the country, particularly to local chapter events inyour area.All Guild members are invited to send in their photo to bedisplayed in the Father Peyton Center, North Easton, MA,USA. Please send your chapter, family or individual photo tothe Vice Postulator/Guild Director (see mailing address on theback of this handbook) or email the photos to VicePostulator@HCFM.org. Please make sure you include names, city and state,and the year the photo was taken. You will become part of an important community of prayerwith families around the world.At the end of each section of this handbook are some creativeprayer ideas which we hope you will find helpful. Some ideas canbe adapted for your chapter, your family or your own individualprayer. And please share your creative prayer ideas with us so wecan pass them along to other members of the Guild! Let’s keep eachother inspired!Each prayer brings Father Peyton one step closer to sainthood!3

Two Important Notes for all Guild Members1. The Church does not allow any public veneration ofFather Peyton yet. Photos of him cannot be displayed in anychurch or oratory, and Masses cannot be offered in his name.Once he is beatified and his title becomes “Blessed,” then suchpublic veneration can take place. Again, your prayers are veryimportant to help make this happen!2. Additionally, Father Peyton’s love for Our Lady was thehallmark of his devotion and the fuel that fired his apostolicworks. Father Peyton’s devotion to Our Lady was solidlybased upon Holy Scripture and the Tradition of the Church.Although he visited some of the Marian shrines that have beenapproved by the Church, he carefully avoided the promotionof any particular apparition or local devotion to her. TheRosary appealed to him precisely because it is a prayer basedupon Holy Scripture and has been part of Catholic devotion forcenturies. All members of The Father Peyton Prayer Guildshould follow his example when praying especially for theGuild.Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C., with a group of families in Missouri, 1955.4

CHAPTER MEMBERSHIP:Guidelines for Guild Chapters Each chapter should designate a chapter leader to be the mainsource of contact with the Vice Postulator/Guild Director. Thechapter leader will also keep the group motivated and organized,and ensure activities and meetings take place.Each chapter must have at least 5 active members to sustain achapter status.As a chapter, it is recommended you meet as a group at least 3times a year. (Chapters often become a close group of friendswho share faith, prayer, and fellowship, and generally want tomeet more often.)It is requested that the Rosary be prayed at each meeting, as thiswas a fundamental part of Father Peyton’s ministry. Also, pleaseinclude the Prayer for the Beatification of Father Patrick Peyton,C.S.C. and the Prayer for a Favor Through the Intercession of FatherPatrick Peyton, C.S.C.A chapter is encouraged to continuously invite and welcome newmembers.A chapter is encouraged to request an Annual Mass for thecanonization of Father Peyton. The month of June is recommended as Father Peyton went home to God on June 3, 1992.A chapter leader may assess nominal dues to cover the cost ofmeetings and other events/activities, especially to promote themessage, mission and cause of Father Peyton.The Connie Harvey Chapter of The Father Peyton Prayer Guild, September 2017.5

It is up to the chapter leader and chapter members to design theirown meeting format. It is asked that you always include Rosaryprayer as this was a fundamental part of Father Peyton’s ministry.Please also include the Prayer for the Beatification of Father PatrickPeyton, C.S.C. and the Prayer for a Favor Through the Intercession ofFather Patrick Peyton, C.S.C.To help you get started on your own plan, below is an example of ameeting agenda that you can adapt for your own preferences. Welcome and read aloud an opening prayer Share joys/answered prayers since last meeting, either aloud orsilently Share family prayer concerns/needs, either aloud or silently Fill out Guild prayer slips and collect in a basket or center of a table Together pray The Prayer for a Favor through the Intercessionof Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C. aloud, keeping in mind thecurrent family concerns/needsPraythe Rosary End the Rosary prayer with the Prayer for the Beatification ofFather Patrick Peyton, C.S.C. Share a short spiritual reflection if time allows, either aloud ormake copies for each member to read and reflect silently Read aloud a closing prayer Group announcements – Example: News/updates on the cause ofFather Peyton, time and place of next meeting, any assignments orplans for the next meeting, share meeting ideas, etc.Refreshments/socialtime/activity (video, craft, speaker, etc.) It’s important to follow a meeting agenda so members know what toexpect and ensure the meeting will conclude on time.After the meeting concludes, the chapter leader can collect the prayerslips and mail to the Father Peyton Center. Prayer slips are prayed forpersonally by a member of the ministry staff or a volunteer, thenplaced at the altar of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Chapel.6CHAPTERWhat Happens at Chapter Meetings?

Meeting Places for Chapters Chapters can meet in someone’s home – the same host each timeor rotate homes among the members. A chapter may also meet ata location in your church with your pastor’s permission. It can bein a park or some other quiet setting. You can also meet throughsocial media or through an online meeting tool if all members havethe technology to participate that way.Make it a prayerful space. Perhaps include candles, fresh flowers,soft meditative instrumental music, blessed holy water from yourchurch, display a statue of Mary, the Holy Family, or a cross.Invite and Welcome New Members!A personal invitation from a chapter member is the most effectiveway to invite new members! Chapter leaders can also receive ordownload the following materials to promote the Guild and invitenew members: Personalized business cards Guild tabletop poster, 11” X 17” on foam core with easel todisplay at events Parish bulletin notice templates for leaders to customize Press release templates for leaders to customize Informational flyers New member application formsMeeting and Prayer Ideas Ask a group member to write the Rosary Mystery reflections forthe next meeting so they can be specific to both Father Peyton’sbeatification and your own group’s lifestyles, joys and concerns.Relate the stories of Jesus’ life to support and inspire your own lifetoday! This makes the Rosary come to life!Ask a different chapter member to lead the Rosary prayer for eachmeeting. You can also rotate leading and/or praying a decadeamong the members.Visit the Family Rosary blog at http://blog.FamilyRosary.orgto watch a 4-minute family reflection video together and discuss.(Meeting host would have to select one in advance when planningthe agenda for the meeting.)Some of Father Peyton’s classic films and TV programs are available7

Rosary DonationHoly Cross Family Ministries518 Washington St.North Easton, MA 02356-1200 USAIf you’re the meeting host, keep a few extra Rosaries on hand incase chapter members bring a guest to the meeting. Encouragemembers to bring a guest, especially members of their family.Start a notebook of the names of the families your group is prayingfor, or place a photo of them in the notebook. Bring the notebookto each meeting and display it in a special place in the prayer space.You can write at the top of each page something like “We remember the following families and their intentions during our FatherPeyton Prayer Guild meeting” Add family names to the book asthe need arises. And don’t forget a prayer of thanksgiving whengood changes begin to happen! You might want to note these inyour notebook too!8CHAPTER for viewing on demand for free: www.YouTube.com/FamilyTheaterProductions. The meeting host could select onein advance to watch during the meeting and discuss.Bring prayer requests from family, friends and members of yourparish to your meeting and remember them during your Rosaryprayer. Place them in the basket of prayers that the leader will sendto the Father Peyton Center.Host an event at your parish to teach others how to pray theRosary, tell them about Father Peyton, share a personal testimonyabout Rosary prayer, and invite them to join your chapter.Ask members to bring a non-perishable food item to the meetingto donate to a local food pantry to help support families in yourcommunity.During the refreshment and social part of your meeting, celebrateFather Peyton’s birthday (January 9), a member’s birthday, or aholiday together with decorations and refreshments.Learn how to make Rosaries together. Pray for whomever willreceive the Rosary while you’re making it. Give the Rosaries toloved ones or donate them. Family Rosary distributes Rosariesaround the world and would be grateful for your donation. Youmay ship handmade Rosaries to:

Bring a quote, scripture passage, the lyrics to a song or hymn, or aphoto with you to your chapter meeting. Share it with your chapter members and explain why it is important to you, why it bringsyou peace, why it relaxes you and reminds you to trust God. Ifpossible, make a copy of it for all members to take home.Ask the Chaplain at a local nursing home if some of the residentsthere would like join your Father Peyton Prayer Guild chapter.No matter what physical challenges they face, they can still prayfor the canonization of Father Peyton, their own family andfamilies around the world. We can provide you with a letter template to customize tocontact the chaplain. (Please contact us for that.) Host your meeting there with the residents or ask a memberof your group to volunteer to host a meeting there, adaptingyour regular agenda to the group’s needs. Contact the office of the Vice Postulator/Guild Director ifyou need Rosaries, a Father Peyton Prayer Guild certificateto post in their facility or other materials for the residents.They might appreciate a classic Father Peyton TV or radioprogram on DVD or CD that they could enjoy together. Ifso, contact us and we’ll send materials to you for free to giveFather Patrick Peyton, C.S.C., prays the Rosary with Saint Teresa of Calcutta, 1981.9

Sing a hymn during your Rosary prayer, or play soft meditativeinstrumental music while praying the Rosary.Pray the Rosary together outside or while taking a walk together(and get some exercise too!)Remember to pray for other Father Peyton Prayer Guild membersaround the world!Visit the U.S. Apostleship of Prayer at http://www.apostleshipofprayer.org, and as a group, watch and reflect on the video andother resources about Pope Francis’ monthly prayer intention.Create a game of Father Peyton trivia for the social part of yourmeeting. You can browse www.FatherPeyton.org or hisbiography, American Apostle of the Family Rosary, for someamazing facts. Award a small prize to the winner.Invite a priest to celebrate Mass for your chapter at your meetingspace or church. Invite your families too.Have a creative dessert for your chapter meeting. One example isdecorated cupcakes displayed as a Rosary!If you and your chapter come up with more creative ideas, let theVice Postulator/Guild Director know about it! He can share with allGuild members. Let’s inspire one another!Each prayer brings Father Peyton one step closer to sainthood!10CHAPTER to them as your gift. Some of Father Peyton’s classic films andTV programs are available for viewing on demand for free aswell: www.YouTube.com/FamilyTheaterProductionsThe volunteer chapter member could invite a child or teento go with him/her.Some residents might remember Father Peyton from theradio or TV. Their stories about Father Peyton are priceless!Don’t forget to share them with the Vice Postulator/GuildDirector.Ask the chaplain if you could start a Father Peyton PrayerGuild bulletin board to keep the group updated on his cause.Ask the residents if they remember praying the Rosarytogether with their family as a child? What can we learnfrom them about family prayer?

FAMILY MEMBERSHIP:Guidelines for Family Memberships Each family should designate a leader to be the main source ofcontact with the Vice Postulator/Guild Director. The leader willalso ensure the family’s ongoing prayer and commitment to theGuild guidelines.It is also requested that the Rosary be prayed often in the home,as this was a fundamental part of Father Peyton’s ministry. Also,please include the Prayer for the Beatification of Father Patrick Peyton,C.S.C. and the Prayer for a Favor Through the Intercession of FatherPatrick Peyton, C.S.C.It is suggested the family leader create a schedule so Rosary prayerbecomes part of the family’s routine. Perhaps the Family Rosaryon the first Friday of each month could be designated for yourspecial Father Peyton Prayer Guild prayer time, for example.A family is asked to request an Annual Mass for the canonization ofFather Peyton in their parish if possible. The month of June isrecommended as Father Peyton went home to God on June 3,1992.Notes for Families with Young Children When your young children are grown, we hope they rememberpraying for Father Peyton to become a saint. When they start afamily of their own, we hope Saint Patrick Peyton can be theirfamily’s advocate in heaven!Don’t get discouraged. Young children do not have the patienceor attention to pray an entire Rosary. Perhaps they can hold theirRosary while you pray an Our Father together. Then after sometime, add a Hail Mary, etc. Eventually, you can pray one decadetogether. Your Rosary prayer will grow as your children grow!While the children listen to you pray the Rosary, perhaps they candraw a picture of someone they are praying for or draw/color apicture of a Rosary to display in their room.Probably the best way to get young children interested in Rosaryprayer is to have them see you praying the Rosary. They’ll knowit’s important and they’ll want to learn as they are able so they canmodel you.11

It is up to you and your family to design your own prayer-timeformat. It is asked that you always include Rosary prayer as this was afundamental part of Father Peyton’s ministry. Please also include thePrayer for the Beatification of Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C. and the Prayerfor a Favor Through the Intercession of Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C.To help you get started on your own plan, below is an example ofwhat your family prayer time could include. Adapt for your ownpreferences. Read aloud an opening prayer Share joys/answered prayer since the last time together, eitheraloud or silentlySharefamily prayer concerns/needs, either aloud or silently Fill out Guild prayer slips and collect them in a basket or in thecenter of a tableTogetherpray The Prayer for a Favor through the Intercession of Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C., aloud, keeping in mind thegratitude of prayers answered and the current family concerns/needs Pray the Rosary Conclude the Rosary prayer with the Prayer for the Beatificationof Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C. Read aloud a short reflection on a family topic and discuss together Read aloud a closing prayer The family leader says: The family that prays together, and thefamily responds enthusiastically: stays together! The leader says:A World at Prayer, and the family responds enthusiastically: is aWorld at Peace!Familyannouncements – Example: time and place of next prayer time, any assignments or plans for the next prayer time, shareprayer-time ideas, etc.Refreshments/socialtime/activity (video, crafts, etc.) It’s important to follow a meeting agenda so each family memberknows what to expect and so that it becomes part of the family’sroutine.After the prayer time concludes, the family leader can collect theprayer slips and mail to the Father Peyton Center. Prayer slips areprayed for personally by a member of the ministry staff or a volunteer, then placed at the altar of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Chapel.12FAMILYWhat Happens During Family Rosary Prayer Time?

Meeting Places for Family Prayer Time:Families can meet anywhere! Look for a quiet, peaceful, prayerful andcomfortable place. You can use the same place each time or change iteach time. Make it a prayerful space. Perhaps include candles, fresh flowers,soft meditative instrumental music, blessed holy water from yourchurch, display a statue of Mary, the Holy Family or a cross.Family Prayer Ideas: Ask a family member to write the Rosary Mystery reflections forthe next meeting so they can be specific to both Father Peyton’sbeatification and your own family’s lifestyles, joys and concerns.Relate the stories of Jesus’ life to support and inspire your own lifetoday! This makes the Rosary come to life!Ask a different family member to lead the Rosary prayer for eachmeeting. You can also rotate leading and/or praying a decadeamong the family.If there are small children present, it might be fun to pray a decadeof the Rosary in different rooms of the house. Move from room toroom together and fill your home with prayer!Visit the Family Rosary blog at http://blog.FamilyRosary.org andwatch a 4-minute family reflection video together and discuss.(Family leader to select one when planning the prayer time.)13

Some of Father Peyton’s classic films and TV programs are available for viewing on demand for free: www.YouTube.com/FamilyTheaterProductions. The family leader could select one inadvance to watch after the prayer time and draft some discussionquestions.Display your membership certificate in your home to remind allmembers of the family the importance of your prayers.If you can, select a day, time and place to have your prayerful timetogether so it becomes part of your busy routine.If children are too young to understand The Prayer for theBeatification of Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C., perhaps youwould like to use the child’s prayer below:A Child’s Prayer for the Sainthood of Father PeytonDear Jesus,There was a priest long ago,who reminded us to pray.His name was Father Peyton.Make him a saint for us today.I pray for my family,for my neighbors and my friends.I pray for all families,and for peace that never ends.Amen. (After Father Peyton’s canonization, update the 5th line to:“And he’s a saint for us today!”)Mention Father Peyton in your prayers at other times of the day- mealtime, bedtime, before driving, etc. so his name becomesfamiliar to everyone.To conclude your prayer time together, the leader says:The family that prays together, and the family respondsenthusiastically: stays together! The leader says: A World atPrayer, and the family responds enthusiastically: is a World atPeace! (Great after bedtime prayers too!)Have the children take turns selecting the prayer space each time.Ask your children to set up the prayer space with what they thinkis important for your prayer time. Have them explain the prayerspace and the meaning of their design.14FAMILY

Collect outgrown clothes and toys, or non-perishable food todonate to a local non-profit organization that supports families.Explain to your children that in addition to your prayers for otherfamilies, your family can help them this way as well.Remember to pray for other Father Peyton Prayer Guild familymembers all around the world!During the refreshment and activity after your prayer time, celebrate Father Peyton’s birthday, January 9, 1909, a family member’sbirthday or a holiday together with decorations and refreshments.Start a notebook of the names of people your family is praying foror place a photo of them in the notebook. Bring the notebook toeach prayer time and display it in a special place in the prayer space.You can write at the top of each page something like “Our familyremembers the following people and their intentions during ourprayer time.” Add people’s names to the book as the need arises. Anddon’t forget a prayer of thanksgiving when good changes begin tohappen! You might want to note these in your notebook too!Find a local nursing home in your community that prays theRosary. Ask the Chaplain there if you and your family could jointhem sometime. Ask members of your family to explain to theresidents that you are part of the Father Peyton Prayer Guild andwhy that’s important. Some of the residents might remember Father Peyton from his Rosary rallies, and radio and TV programs! Ask them to tellyou about him. Ask the residents if they remember praying the Rosarytogether with their family as a child? What can we learn fromthem about family prayer?Learn how to make Rosaries together. Pray for whomever willreceive it while you’re making it. Give them to loved ones ordonate them. Family Rosary distributes Rosaries around the worldand would be grateful for your donation. You may ship handmadeRosaries to:Rosary DonationHoly Cross Family Ministries518 Washington St.North Easton, MA 02356-1200 USA15

FAMILY Sing a hymn during your Rosary prayer!Pray the Rosary together outside or while taking a walk together(and get some exercise too!)Pray the Rosary together in the car on your way to a sportingpractice, group event or family outing.Bring a quote, scripture passage, the lyrics to a song or hymn, ora photo with you to your prayer time. Share it with your familyand explain why it is important to you, why it brings you peace,relaxes you and reminds you to trust God. If possible, make a copyof it for all family members to keep.Keep a Rosary in your car where you can see it. Make it a habit tosay a short prayer before driving.Visit the U.S. Apostleship of Prayer at http://www.apostleshipofprayer.org, and as a family, watch and reflect onthe video and other resources about Pope Francis’ monthly prayerintention.Keep extra Father Peyton prayer cards and Rosaries with you togive away! You never know when the perfect moment will ariseto offer spiritual support to someone.Pray the Rosary during sunrise and/or sunset.Create a game of Father Peyton trivia for the social part of yourtime together after the Rosary prayer. You can browse www.FatherPeyton.org or his biography, American Apostle of the FamilyRosary, for some amazing facts. Award a small prize to the winner.16

If you and your family come up with more creative ideas for familyprayer, let the Vice Postulator/Guild Director know. He can share itwith other families in the Guild. Let’s inspire one another!Each prayer brings Father Peyton one step closer to sainthood!A family visits the statue of Father Peyton, at the Father Peyton Center.17

Guidelines for Individual Members of the Guild Members of the Father Peyton Prayer Guild are asked to pray forthe following intentions in their daily prayers: The canonization of Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C. The continuation of Father Peyton’s mission to encouragefamilies to pray together, especially the Rosary Your own family and for families around the worldDuring your prayer time for the Guild, it is requested that theRosary be prayed, as this was a fundamental part of FatherPeyton’s ministry. Also, please include the Prayer for theBeatification of Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C. and the Prayer for aFavor Through the Intercession of Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C.Members are asked to request an Annual Mass for the canonizationof Father Peyton in your parish if possible. The month of June isrecommended as Father Peyton went home to God on June 3,1992.What Should my Prayer Time for the Guild Include?It is up to Guild members to design their own prayer-time format.It is asked that you always include Rosary prayer as this was afundamental part of Father Peyton’s ministry. Also, please includethe Prayer for the Beatification of Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C., and thePrayer for a Favor Through the Intercession of Father Partick Peyton,C.S.C.To assist you, below is an example that you can adapt for your ownpreferences. Pray an opening prayer Reflect about or journal about the joys/answered prayer since yourlast prayer time Reflect about or journal about your and/or other families’ currentprayer concerns/needs Fill out a prayer slip(s) to send to the Father Peyton Center Pray The Prayer for a Favor through the Intercession of FatherPatrick Peyton, C.S.C., keeping in mind the gratitude of prayersanswered and your and/or other families’ current concerns/needs18INDIVIDUALINDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP:

Pray the RosaryEnd the Rosary prayer with the Prayer for the Beatification ofFather Patrick Peyton, C.S.C.Read a short spiritual reflection or scripture passage and take sometime to think about it or journal about itPray a closing prayerYou can mail your prayer slip(s) to the Father Peyton Center. Prayerslips are prayed for personally by a member of the ministry staff or avolunteer, then placed at the altar of Our Lady of the Holy RosaryChapel.Prayer SpacesYou can pray anywhere! Perhaps you already have a place in yourhome where you like to pray. If not, look for a quiet, peaceful, prayerful and comfortable place. You can use the same place each time orchange it each time. Make it a prayerful space. Perhaps include candles, fresh flowers,soft meditative instrumental music, blessed holy water from yo

The Father Peyton Prayer Guild is one worldwide community of prayer. In gratitude for your prayers and membership: A Mass intention is prayed for members of the Guild and their families at the Father Peyton Center in North Easton, MA, USA, on the

Related Documents:

May 02, 2018 · D. Program Evaluation ͟The organization has provided a description of the framework for how each program will be evaluated. The framework should include all the elements below: ͟The evaluation methods are cost-effective for the organization ͟Quantitative and qualitative data is being collected (at Basics tier, data collection must have begun)

Silat is a combative art of self-defense and survival rooted from Matay archipelago. It was traced at thé early of Langkasuka Kingdom (2nd century CE) till thé reign of Melaka (Malaysia) Sultanate era (13th century). Silat has now evolved to become part of social culture and tradition with thé appearance of a fine physical and spiritual .

On an exceptional basis, Member States may request UNESCO to provide thé candidates with access to thé platform so they can complète thé form by themselves. Thèse requests must be addressed to esd rize unesco. or by 15 A ril 2021 UNESCO will provide thé nomineewith accessto thé platform via their émail address.

̶The leading indicator of employee engagement is based on the quality of the relationship between employee and supervisor Empower your managers! ̶Help them understand the impact on the organization ̶Share important changes, plan options, tasks, and deadlines ̶Provide key messages and talking points ̶Prepare them to answer employee questions

Dr. Sunita Bharatwal** Dr. Pawan Garga*** Abstract Customer satisfaction is derived from thè functionalities and values, a product or Service can provide. The current study aims to segregate thè dimensions of ordine Service quality and gather insights on its impact on web shopping. The trends of purchases have

Prayer Prayer Hallesby, O. 6408 Prayer 101 Prayer Helms, Elaine 6458 Prayer on Fire Prayer Hartley, Fred A., III 6419 Prayer Saturated Church (The) Prayer Sacks, Cheryl 6511 Prayer Saturated Kids Prayer Sacks, Cheryl and Lawrence, Arlyn 6507 Prayer: The Timeless Secret of High-Impact Leaders Prayer Earley

Chính Văn.- Còn đức Thế tôn thì tuệ giác cực kỳ trong sạch 8: hiện hành bất nhị 9, đạt đến vô tướng 10, đứng vào chỗ đứng của các đức Thế tôn 11, thể hiện tính bình đẳng của các Ngài, đến chỗ không còn chướng ngại 12, giáo pháp không thể khuynh đảo, tâm thức không bị cản trở, cái được

coronavirus and are considered ‘extremely vulnerable’. They include: people with severe respiratory conditions including all cystic fibrosis, severe asthma and severe COPD people on immunosuppression therapies sufficent to significantly increase risk of infection people with specific cancers or receiving cancer treatment. There are more groups in this list, so please visit the .