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Join us in praying for an end to poverty and injustice around the world.
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CAFOD prayer 17h
God of refuge, hear our prayer as we hold the people of Beirut in our hearts at this time. Lead us in your ways so that together we may bring the light of new hope wherever there is destruction and despair. Full prayer:
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CAFOD prayer Aug 6
We continue to pray for all those affected by the explosion in Beirut. May God grant strength to those who are responding, comfort to those who mourn and help to all those in need. Amen.
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CAFOD prayer Aug 6
Lord Jesus, give us the grace to hear your voice, and the strength to continue working for your kingdom in this time of pandemic. Amen. More coronavirus prayers from around the world:
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CAFOD Aug 5
After two explosions ripped through Lebanon's capital Beirut, killing up to 80 people, and leaving more than 4,000 injured, rescue workers are still searching for many more missing people. Please join us in praying for all those affected by these horrific explosions. 🙏🏿
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CAFOD prayer Aug 5
We pray that we may cultivate responsibility, patience and hope:
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CAFOD prayer Aug 3
We join our prayers this evening to those of Marlene who leads a community health team at a clinic in El Salvador. Together may we build a more just world.
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CAFOD prayer Aug 2
Our Father, give us this day our daily bread and make us generous to share it and ourselves with our sisters and brothers, as your Son Jesus - the Bread of Life - generously shares himself with us. Amen.
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CAFOD prayer Jul 31
We pray for the Church: that it may be a beacon of hope to all who are hungry. May we listen to the cry of the earth and the cry of the poor so that all Creation may be protected and cared for, rather than degraded or damaged. Lord, in your mercy...
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CAFOD prayer Jul 29
God of life, We thank you for the signs of your light in the midst of our darkness, May we be signs of your compassion in the heart of your world. Amen.
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CAFOD prayer Jul 28
We bring before you Lord, all Caritas staff around the world. God of all consolation, may they know your protection and peace. Bless them in these challenging days and bless their families. Amen.
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CAFOD prayer Jul 27
We pray for the courage not to rush back to our old ways. May we rebuild our world with justice, equality and peace for all.
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CAFOD prayer Jul 26
Generous Lord, help us not to be distracted by the consumer world around us, but instead find our wealth in you, poor man of Nazareth and giver of all true gifts. Amen. Sign up to receive weekly reflections on the Sunday gospel:
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CAFOD prayer Jul 25
Jesus tells us in tomorrow's gospel that the kingdom of heaven is like treasure in a field. At children's liturgy tomorrow, we will be thinking about all the things that we treasure in our world. Join us:
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CAFOD prayer Jul 24
We pray for world leaders: that they may - especially at this time - devote all their energies to the health and well-being of their citizens, making sure that no one is left behind. Lord, in your mercy...
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CAFOD prayer Jul 23
We pray together:
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CAFOD prayer Jul 22
One hour to go until live-stream Mass with CAFOD. All are welcome. Register to join us here:
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CAFOD prayer Jul 22
Thank you so much Deacon Sean.
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CAFOD prayer Jul 21
Heavenly Father, your Spirit fills us with hope and lights the path to fullness of life. Hear us! As we cry out to you, uncertain and afraid. In your mercy, Lord, grant us strength to rebuild when all seems lost. And the courage to reach out to those in pain. Amen.
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CAFOD prayer Jul 20
Join us for a live-streamed Mass on Wednesday 22 July at 6pm. All are welcome. Register to join:
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CAFOD prayer Jul 20
We pray for all those who are vulnerable to coronavirus around the world. Especially those who have been forced to flee their homes.
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