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Saints in Heaven, Pray for Us!

There are events occurring very soon which have massive life-changing potential for your humble & obedient scribe, and which could go quite horribly wrong or astoundingly well.

I absolutely implore you to pray to all the saints in Heaven, and especially to whichever Guardian Angels may be relevant, to combine, conspire, pray, and intercede for my special intention.

Thank you in advance for all your prayers, and I will keep you all in my prayers as well.

This post was published on Sunday, November 14th, 2010 8:30 pm. It has been categorised under Journal Saints.
Comments
  1. Maureen O'Brien
    14 November 2010
    10:16 pm

    St. Anthony’s intercession is always powerful.

  2. 15 November 2010
    12:39 am

    My wife and I have never yet been able to finish the nine days of supplication in a novena to St Joseph. Every single time, we’ve had to pray the remaining week or so of the novena as prayers of thanksgiving.

  3. Alberto
    15 November 2010
    4:46 am

    You can count on my prayers, Andrew. I hope that it all goes well and that God gives you the strength to accept whatever the outcome is.

  4. James McEwan
    15 November 2010
    11:21 am

    I’ve called on the intercession of Our Lady and Saint Jude twice in my life and found the strength to face a fear.

  5. jedesto
    16 November 2010
    11:55 am

    Andrew,
    My prayers for you will be through the intercession of all of the Unknown Saints and of your parton, St. Andrew. [When I win the lottery I hope to erect a memorial of some kind to the most recent Unknow.]

  6. K. Dontoh
    16 November 2010
    4:18 pm

    You have my prayers.

  7. Alex Sepkus
    16 November 2010
    8:30 pm

    Prayers tonight to St. Philip Neri for you, Andrew.

    Alex

  8. 16 November 2010
    8:35 pm

    Andrew, I shall pray for you invoking all of the ancient saints of the British Isles and entrusting your needs especially to St. Joseph of Arimathea. May the Blessed Trinity be glorified in all His Saints, in all times and in all places. Amen.

  9. Peter Gill
    17 November 2010
    2:44 am

    St. Philip Neri

    P

  10. Gregory KM
    30 November 2010
    11:32 am

    I will pray for you daily. Just let me know when I can get off of my knees. I have always found your blog to be most inspirational, allowing me a brief glimpse into the future of the Church. It gives this old knight great hope!

  11. jedesto
    2 December 2010
    7:28 pm

    Like the cat who ate cheese and sat beside the mouse hole, many of us are waiting with baited breath to have the follow-up to your post of Sunday, Novenber 14, 2010!

  12. Andrew Cusack
    2 December 2010
    10:32 pm

    I thank you all for your prayers. Unfortunately the situation is taking much longer to unfold than I first thought, but I am hoping to urge it towards a resolution before Christmas and so I’m flying across the Atlantic this Sunday evening.

    Once it is resolved and (I hope) our prayers are answered, then I will reveal all. But I have learnt patience and appreciation, and that all things worthwhile are also worth struggling for.

    Please keep me in your prayers!

  13. Audrey
    3 February 2011
    2:02 pm

    Dear St Joseph, thank you for your intercession to Lord God and Lord Jesus! (:

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