Pope Paul VI to the Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Michael Ramsey

"(B)y entering into our house, you are entering your own house, we are happy to open our door and heart to you." - Pope Paul VI to Dr Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury.

Friday, March 4, 2011

A prayer request

The Rev. Father Joseph Frary of St Andrews Theological Seminary,  Episcopal Church in the Philippines is presently in St Luke's Hospital for surgery. May we ask readers of this blog to say a prayer for his quick and complete recovery?

Please remember him in your daily prayers.

Thank you.


  1. Said an Ave, Doc Ben. Give my regards to Father Joseph.

  2. Yes, will tell the old padre when I visit him in St Lukes in the weekend.

  3. Pray for me that Jesus will bless me abundantly in my move from canada to live in Philippines. Jesus i ask for my own business, to win the hearts of many , to win the heart of my husband forever. i pray for all the ways to be happy in the philippines,Subic, or etc.Give me all the ways to be happy and abundant in Jesus name mp
    maria petruic

  4. pls pray for my wife wh is giving birth next month, she was included in a legal case, she is working in a bank and was used by another person to victimize. a case was filed against her, despite her honest affidavit. pls pray for our motion for reconsideration and our motion to determine probable cause may dismiss her from this case. she is a very honest and kind hearted women, it is also the reason why her honestly was abused. pls Lord Help us and grant our simple request.

  5. pls prays for me and esp my daughter Nicole. My daughter is full of hatred an end up not talking to me for over 3 months now. Everything that goes wrong in her life, she blames me. Lord, pls also bless the people around her who teaches and pulls her away from her family. Guide her Lord. Soften her heart, enlighten her and bring her back to church in jesus name. I want her Lord, Bring my daughter back to us esp this coming holiday..Amen


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