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Prayer intentions - 03/2021

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:


Intention for evangelization - Sacrament of reconciliation

Let us pray that we may experience the sacrament of reconciliation with renewed depth, to taste the infinite mercy of God.

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:


  3 March   World Wildlife Day

  8 March   International Women's Day

20 March   International Day of Happiness

21 March   International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

21 March   International Day of Forests

22 March   World Water Day

25 March   International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade


We remember our Sisters celebrating their Diamond Jubilees, and thank God for their daring, their commitment and their fidelity:

60 years

09 March 1961            Sr Agnes Anne Mary WILCOX         USA

09 March 1961            Sr Joyce Ann EDELMANN               USA

09 March 1961            Sr Mary Alexia STREICHER            USA


Let us continue to remember in our prayers:

§  Our call to live our vocation with daring.

§  Young women who are discerning their vocations to be smsm.

§  Our postulants and novices and their formators.

§  SMSM who dare to serve in isolated and lonely missions.

§  Our sick sisters and members of our families who have health problems.

§  Our sisters and our loved ones who have died recently.

§  All those suffering from Covid-19, and those who dare to risk their own health to minister to them.


In his message for Lent 2021, Pope Francis encourages us:

In Lent, may we be increasingly concerned with “speaking words of comfort, strength, consolation and encouragement, and not words that demean, sadden, anger or show scorn”(Fratelli Tutti, 223).

In order to give hope to others, it is sometimes enough simply to be kind, to be “willing to set everything else aside in order to show interest, to give the gift of a smile, to speak a word of encouragement, to listen amid general indifference”(ibid., 224).