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Prayer intentions - 07/2019

Prayer Intentions of the Pope

Each month the Pope invites all members of the Church to pray for particular needs.This month the Prayer Intentions of the Pope are:


Universal: That those who administer justice may work with integrity, and that the injustice which prevails in the world may not have the last word.

Needs of the Church, the Congregation and the world

Join with us in praying for the needs of the Church, the Congregation and the world, in particular for:


50 years of Profession: 1969 – 2019

Sr Julienne Hayes-Smith   24 August (Bangladesh)

Sr M. Frances Anna Remnant     24 August (New Zealand)

Sr Paula Mary Hills             24 August (New Zealand)



Let us pray especially for 

  • The new Regionals and their Councils
  • The Congregational meetings to take place in Via Cassia :
    • 5th to 9th August: Meeting of SMSM Archivists
    • 9th to 20th September: Meeting of SMSM Financial Administrators
    • The Renewal Programmes in Faithfilled Membership and Leadership for SMSM – at Centro Pellegrini, Cenacle, Rome on 14th August to 3rd September and 14th September to 4th October
  • Women aspiring to SMSM life,  and those in formation and the SMSM journeying with them
  • Countries at war or in situations of political or humanitarian crisis, especially Yemen, Iran and Iraq, Syria, South Sudan, Bougainville and Venezuela.
  • Our Sisters and family members of our sisters who have health concerns.
  • All those who have died in our families and in our Congregation.   Let us pray especially for all our SMSM sisters who have died this year, and for those among us who have lost a family member.  


Prayer for the help of the Holy Spirit   

O God, send forth your Holy Spirit

into my heart that I may perceive,
into my mind that I may remember,
and into my soul that I may meditate.

Inspire me to speak with piety,
holiness, tenderness and mercy.
Teach, guide and direct my thoughts and senses
from beginning to end.

May your grace ever help and correct me,
and may I be strengthened
now with wisdom from on high,
for the sake of your infinite mercy. Amen.

                                           Saint Anthony of Padua