Prayer Requests

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On this page, readers are invited to send in their prayer requests. I will leave requests up for nine days. All readers are invited to pray for those who ask for it and any who want to offer a word of comfort are invited to do so, as well. May we work together to mutually build each other up and support each other in times of trial.

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  1. Please pray for Dan Burke of the Avila Institute. He is on a ventilator in ICU due to the covid virus. Please pray for his wife, Stephanie, too. God bless them and all of us.

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    1. Thanks for bringing this petition here, Audie. I’ve been praying for both Dan and Stephanie (who also has the covid19). Dan has an underlying lung ailment so it’s hit him so hard.

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  2. Please pray for my daughter, Rachel, who is expecting a child in August and my daughter-in-law, Ceci, who is expecting in September. Pray that both mothers and their babies will be safe during this pandemic. Rachel works in a hospital and Ceci lives in Brooklyn so they are both in higher-risk situations. Thank you.

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      1. I’m sorry, Patrick; I didn’t get comments cleared in time for your original prayer request to go out. Praying for the repose of Kay’s soul, and for her family.

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  3. Please pray for my daughter in law, Carly, who is pregnant with their 3rd child. She is due early September. She has an autoimmune disease, ulcerative colitis, and is on Humira. She and her baby are at greater risk during this pandemic because of her illness. Thy will be done.

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    1. Praying for your son, Nancy, for Cindy, your new grandchild and all in the family. Especially praying for the baby’s continued development and for a beautiful delivery for Mom and Baby.

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  4. Hello,

    Please pray that the sale of our house will be successful. We sold 4 weeks ago before the crisis hit and our closing date is May 29th. We stand to lose our $20k deposit on our new home if the sale of our present home falls through. I pray for God’s will in the matter, but my heart is hoping that we can move out of the city to a larger rural home that will be a better fit our family of 9.

    Also, please pray for my health. I have been struggling with my blood pressure. It has been a challenge to get my meds just right. I can’t figure out why my blood pressure is a problem because I have been eating low carb since September last year, my diabetes is in remission, and I have lost 35lbs. Maybe I am stressed? I have been doing night duty with my granddaughter since she was born last November. She has feeding issues so I have to be up every 2-3hrs to feed her. Maybe you could throw in a prayer for her feeding to improve. 😀 thank you!

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    1. Our dear csw, I have offered a prayer for your intentions. Prescription and even over-the-counter medications can wreak havoc on your blood pressure. I am not sure if you are taking meds, if you are, it is worth looking into. Well done on your weight loss and remission. Keep up the good work in your self-care and the love and care of your blessed family! ❤

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  5. Please pray for the staff & residents of the small care home for the handicapped where I work, we’ve had 2 staff leave, and another giving off hints she might join them. Please pray we find good staff & soon, the shortage is burning out the staff we do have! Say a prayer that I can hang in there, my back & spine issues have been causing me all sorts of problems, and it’s hard trying to fall asleep, not sure how long I will last working myself. Also, our folks don’t really understand what’s going on, and with Easter coming they just don’t get why friends & family can not visit, nor can they go out, pray for them!

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    1. Oh yes. Prayers rising for you, Go’Shenite, and your situation and for everyone who’s affected like this. Taking you all to Mass today where Fr. Wang is ever ready to cover needs like this in Jesus’ Precious Blood. God bless you and your co-workers.

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    2. Go’Shenite, I am truly praying. Burnout in the medical field is happening throughout the lands. Praise be to God for all medical personnel at this time. Lord protect their generous hearts, minds, bodies, and spirits, I pray! ❤

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  6. I’d like to request prayer for my 81 year-old father-in-law, who was recently diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer. He will begin radiation treatments tomorrow. This presents a special challenge during the Stay at Home orders/risk of infection from Covid-19, as he lives a 25 hour drive from us.
    Thank you so much!

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  7. Please let us pray for all who do not enjoy robust mental health and are prone to horrific mental deterioration in these trying times. Let’s pray for their consolation and permanent healing.

    The suicide demon is real. It efficiently devours hopes and dreams into countless future generations. Soul shattering sterility and death are it’s fruits as well as many levels of unimaginable pain.

    Let us pray and beg God for our brothers and sisters in so much need.

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  8. Patricia has asked me to post this request for prayers for her. She recently received some possibly bad news and is working over the next several days to find out more. Please pray for her.

    Thank you.

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  9. Couple prayers friends.

    1. Prayers of thanksgiving. I had been lamenting that my husband lost his career job some time ago. He got a job delivering with Amazon and now he is working OT. We are very grateful. If he had been in his career job he’d be on unemployment again and not having any income.

    2. Prayer for the soul of my Aunt Leilia who died April 13th with COVID19 and pneumonia. And for her remaining 9 children and their families. 3 children died before her.

    She was so blessed to die during the Easter season, during the divine Mercy Novena. It was sad to only get to see her funeral mass on Facebook. But grateful she had a mass and proper burial!!

    Praise God!!!

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    1. After having prayed for your husband and his work situation in the past, now joining you in thanksgiving prayer, Little One. Praying, too, for the repose of the soul of your Aunt Leilia and for all of you who loved her.

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  10. Asking for prayers.. Operation April 27th for Endometrial cancer and also nodules on my lungs.
    I did say to the Lord not my will but your will be done. I am praying that is will is that I am healed.
    Of course the Lord knows what is best for me.

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      1. Hi Mick, yes, you have a very good memory, I am in Australia. Along with you and the rest of the world, we are also in lockdown though today the restrictions were lifted a little: we can visit relatives etc and bring the kids. This is wonderful for grandparents who have been in isolation. The worst thing about the restrictions is the closure of the churches. Our parish staff are working very hard to keep us connected etc etc but not being able to visit or attend Mass in person is soooo sad. We are very fortunate in that the number of fatalities in this country is under 100, no doubt due to the lockdown. Prayers for all Steppers.

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  11. I just got a call from my son, Frankie. Globetrotting Tommy gave me heads up awhile back but it looks like my son Frankie and his wife Julie are getting divorced. I think partly because they couldn’t have children and many other things. I tried my hardest to steer both my kids into priesthood for I too had a horrible first marriage. He says he’s ok and by Virginia law still gets half of the business (they worked together…she an eye dr.. Frankie ran the business) but I am still asking for prayers for him for no matter what…divorce just stinks and it’s very hard on everyone. Julie already has a boyfriend so that’s gotta hurt real bad. He said he has contributed to the breakdown too and that it always takes two in a failed marriage! God bless and help them both!!! My heart is just so full of sadness…please pray for me too and all of us! Thank you!!!😭😭😭

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    1. Forgive me, Linda, but I edited out a few lines that seemed to be airing out some dirty laundry that is best kept private. I know we are family here, but this is a public site, so I thought you would probably want to keep discrete family business discrete.

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      1. That’s perfect Charlie… thanks for covering my back.. I was crying at the time and just venting I guess. Thank you for taking care of me dear Charlie, of course you are right and I knew jerked. God bless you🤗❤️🌹🙏📿

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        1. Aw, Linda, this is hard stuff. So sorry. Prayers aplenty for each of you as you process everything. I’ve watched my daughter and her husband struggle in marriage and while it breaks our hearts as mothers, God is with us and He gives us companions who are really God with skin on. A PMT for you, Linda. Sending Blessed Mother to strengthen and comfort you.

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          1. Thanks so much, Beckita! I am just inconsolable today!!! Gotta take pics down from the wall etc…etc..etc..I know it will be ok it was just really a shock…sort of…Thank you for your prayer and one back atcha for your intentions! I thank God I have you guys to help me in this time of worry and distress for my sweet Frankie. I can’t imagine what Our beautiful Mother, Mary must have gone through and still does for each of us today. I have much to offer to her today and I know God will somehow draw good out of this mess I’m sure. God bless you, Beckita and thank you again!!!

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            1. Oh, I’ll bet you’re so sad, Linda. I sense our Sorrowful Mother carried all our sadness to Calvary as she accompanied her Son Who took on all our pain and hurts as He made His way on the Via Dolorosa. I pray you can take comfort in knowing that Frankie, Liz, you and all concerned are in the Hands of God. He always gets us through and He draws such good from the toughest of the tough stuff when we cast our cares on Him. Be gentle with yourself in these days, Dear Linda. Big emotions zap energy.

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              1. Thank you dearest Beckita you are so wise and holy!!! I just worry so much for him he’s such a gentle soul…I had to homeschool him for he was very bullied in school and got dangerously depressed . He saw the blessed mother once when he was very young. I’m going to put our Frankie in her arms and let her do what she does best🤗❤️🙏🌹📿Ave Maria Stella Maris❤️ I am happy to suffer and grieve along with him. Thank you again for your prayers and back atcha again 🥰

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              2. Just got back from a Holy Hour Beckita!!! It is amazing how much better ya feel at the feet of Jesus!!! Wow!!! What a beautiful consoling God we have!!! I cried all day with worry and felt in shock so I wasn’t going to go today but felt called…it is true…there is no problem or worry or sadness too big for Jesus to calm us down! I said a prayer to Holy Mother too and placed Frankie in her arms! God is good and can bring good even out of this! Praying for your kids too Beckita!!!🤗❤️🌹📿

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                1. Awww, Linda. Thank you. This means so much to me. I love how you pray for others even as you’re working through your own pain. Blessed are they who weather the Storm with you!

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  12. Hello everyone,
    My husband and I would like to request prayer for our daughter who is in a serious relationship with an older man we believe is toxic, manipulative, and intent on isolating her from her family. Please pray that she is delivered from her blindness, and that we will have the Lord’s wisdom in talking with her. Thank you so much!

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  13. So many prayer needs here…
    I have placed them all in my heart where they receive daily attention.
    Blessings and prayers for all.

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  14. Please keep my estranged brother John and his wife Debby in prayer. They were in a severe auto accident and had their car totaled last Sunday on their way to the cemetery to pay respects to our mother. He was seen in ER and sent home that day and is now hospitalized as of Tuesday for unrelated yet serious symptoms he has kept close to the vest since January of this year. This includes broken ribs from a previous fall, organs shutting down, autonomic nervous system and memory issues. My older sister, an R.N., by the grace of God is working with his medical team. There are only the three of us siblings, and he is the baby. It has been a grace to speak at length with his wife, Debby, who was like a second mother to my children and their guardian when I worked in their early childhood. I pray for his health, conversion and for our reconciling and reunification.

    Thank you all. ❤

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      1. Thank you, Mick. My sister just reported that he was discharged today, with a normal MRI, near normal kidney levels and he is feeling better overall. Praise be to God, he is on the right track! ❤

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  15. So many needs of prayer for those here, elsewhere spoken and unspoken. +Jesus, Virgin Most Powerful, Mercy+

    Stupid shutterfly sends me “remember this 13 years ago?” It was a sweet, sweet picture of my baby who died by suicide at 18—on his First Holy Communion, toothless, and holding his infant sister in her baptismal gown who was also baptized on that same Mother’s Day. My heart is broken all over again.
    I wanted badly to share that beautiful picture, but I don’t have an anonymous web space to share with. I would make it my profile pic but I don’t have a wp acct, and apparently the name I use is taken :0

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      1. ty! It was May 13th—13 years ago on the 13th. We all hugged each other and cried.

        If anyone here can post that photo, it would be a kindness

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      1. Precious children, Littlelight. Praying that you are given comfort from our Lord and in knowing we care about you, your family and the soul of dear Liam. God bless you all. XO

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  16. Please big guns say a prayer for globetrotting Tommy n Liz driving big rev back home from Florida and My brother Bryan and his wife Polly sailing back on May 20th from USVI! 10 day journey at sea day n night! Yikes! Pandemic is forcing their trip back to states! Thank you y’all!!!🤗❤️🙏😇🌹🥨⛵️

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      1. Thanks Mick!!! They had one tire blowout on their RV!!! Lol. Heard a slight pop but their beautiful fellows on the highway kept blowing their horns and alerted them to crazy fire and smoke!!! They pulled off and got it fixed thanks be to God and now are back home in Ohio thanks be to God and you big guns again!!!🤗❤️🙏😇😘🌹📿

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  17. I have three prayer requests; thanks in advance:

    (1) Please pray for my great-aunt, Marguerite, who is being placed in hospice today. She is three weeks shy of her 100th birthday.

    (2) Please pray for the repose of the soul of my brother-in-law’s aunt Thomasina, who passed away yesterday.

    (3) Please pray for the repose of the soul of my Uncle Nelson, who passed away on Sunday. After 60 years away from the Sacraments, he died in a Brown Scapular put on him by the hospital’s chaplain three days before his passing. The chaplain also anointed him and gave him the Apostolic Pardon, which is so awesome! (God bless the chaplain, Fr. Buckles; please say a prayer for him, too, please.)

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      1. Thanks, Maggie. Her family all called her “Tommie,” which I have always thought is a fun nickname for a girl (kind of like “Mick”!).

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  18. Jen, Linda, Susan, Mick and all in need…I have placed your prayer requests in my heart where I will visit them throughout the day, asking that the Holy Family will intercede for each.

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  19. I’d like to ask for prayers. I thought I wouldn’t have this but my depression and anxiety have come back pretty strong. Thank you everyone for your prayers and being here. Cheri

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  20. Please pray for my 5 year old grandson. His daddy died four months ago and he is struggling. Things seem to be getting worse instead of better. Thanks for your prayers.

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  21. Thank you to all! Beckita, I entrusted them to the Holy Family some time ago. So happy to see you were inspired to send the Holy Family.

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  22. Please pray for my sister, Julie. She is a nurse and has been home sick for several days and her high fever has not broke and she can barely eat a drink still. She has very little energy. I spoke with her earlier and she is definitely worn out. Thank you all in advance! ❤

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  23. Within a three hour period of time this afternoon, I was informed that my sister and my sister-in-law are both near death. My sister-in-law Janet had a brain bleed and was life flighted to a hospital for surgery and is in Neuro-ICU. Her husband is my brother Pete. My sister Mary Margaret is in the hospital after complications from a fall that had sudden onset of altered mental status. Her husband is John. I am praying for them and my whole family, most of them away from the Church/God.
    Please pray for them with me. I am begging for God’s Mercy on them and their families.

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  24. Praying for you all as a part of my daily rosary. I so appreciate you all being here. There is comfort and healing in your presence.

    God give us wisdom and hope and courage. Amen! 🤗🤗❤🙏

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  25. Requesting intercessory prayers please for the torrential rains forecasted for the Midwest don’t materialize and cause a wash out of the already saturated farmers fields and basements etc. thanks so much

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      1. Appreciate your prayers, Beckita, Mick, Jen, and other silent ones, like myself, who sometimes don’t always reply but still pray for posted intentions. As in so many things, we fared worse than others, and not as bad off as others, so we pick up and no crying over spilled milk.

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  26. Sorry to bug again so soon, but now they’re forecasting that midwest will get “hurricane remnants” from Cristobal this week, only second time in weather history that it’s likely to continue up through the plains as a tropical depression. Many thanks in advance for prayers for this to fizzle out quickly.

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    1. Praying for you and all potentially affected, Maggie… especially praying for Christ’s Peace for you and for each one of us as we continue in these days of ever-changing circumstances.

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    2. Very appreciative of your prayers Beckita, Mick n HTTP;
      Oh, your comment on the other page Mick about your son running errands-reminded me of a similar situation when our son living at home temp after college grad and would get our groceries; except we reluctantly had to put a limit of his adding only 2 items beyond what was on the grocery list. 🙂 He finally landed a eng. job on the west coast that has an awesome cafeteria, but now b/c of the pandemic he’s working from home and he misses that the most 🙂

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        1. He’s a process eng. at a major chip manufacturer. But if you could say a little prayer for him to return to the faith, I’d be grateful. Sometime between attending state univ. for his undergrad and getting his ph’d in matls science, he veered off the narrow path. At my request he tried discussing his new doubts with a couple priests, however…zilch. Hubby and I can’t adequately answer his intellectual/spiritual questions. Like I’ve mentioned elsewhere,he does humor me by reading aloud over the phone, (we take turns), parts of Charlie’s posts and other articles I select with viewpoints to counter the way he is leaning. I just have to have faith that grace will bring him ’round. Sorry to ramble on. Relish your time with your son close by-a blessing indeed, plus I bet the younger siblings are delighted he hasn’t moved out.:-)

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          1. Maggie: So, process engineer, PhD in materials science. In other words, your son’s a genius.

            I will be glad to keep him in my prayers. With parents like you and your husband, I’m certain he’ll find his way back eventually.

            I am very grateful to have all of my kids still living at home; I know it won’t last forever, but I’m enjoying it while it lasts. And yes, the younger kids are so glad that our oldest still lives at home. They all look up to him–but especially the six-year-old, who has always thought that her oldest brother hung the moon. I was, and still am, the same way with my oldest brother. 🙂

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  27. please pray for me and my health. I have a condition that is causing a lot of pain and other issues. Thank you all so much. I had asked for prayers a few years ago for situation with great granddaughter. That was resolved in such a good way and all is going so well with her and her visits with us. I am sure your prayers were an important part of that. Thank you

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    1. Prayers offered for good health, Clemgal. Happy to hear prayers were answered regarding your granddaughter.

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  28. Dear Prayer Family,
    Please pray for my brother, Martin. He was admitted last night to the hospital due to an infection in his throat and is having difficulty breathing.
    thank you ahead of time for all those praying.

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  29. I wish to ask you for a few prayers.

    First, my job in Montana as a nurse practitioner has been amazing. After 5 months in practice and being essentially alone — save a physician in North Dakota whom I can text for medical guidance — I’ve finally “hit my stride” as a provider. My speed, confidence, efficiency, and knowledge are growing with each patient. I love this work immensely, and when it’s busy the days fly by. The feedback from the community and the county commissioners for whom I work has been resoundingly positive, and people are returning to the clinic after being away for years.

    Unfortunately, the 2 ladies I work with do not like me. Their behavior has been blatantly hostile toward me, and anywhere else would be grounds for disciplinary action. At a time when I needed support and assuming I’d at least get professional courtesy, I barely got either. When I go to the nursing home, staff greet me by name. At the clinic, I’ll get a flat “good morning.” or no response at all. And the newly-hired administrator who has no previous experience at such a job and who is disinclined to work, has not lifted a finger to address my ideas, needs, concerns, or complaints. So while I love Montana, I love this little town, I love and admire the hard-working people here, and I love my little apartment, I dreaded going to work because I didn’t know what negative surprise awaited me on any given day.

    After approaching one of the commissioners over a month ago about the lack of support and the animosity at work, giving him multiple chances to help address my concerns, it was clear that he too did not want to help me, the sole provider in the county. Puzzling.

    I submitted my resignation on Monday this past week, giving them 6 weeks notice.

    On Tuesday and by sheer coincidence, the second “highest-ranking“ provider there — a physical therapist who’s worked here for 5 years — submitted her resignation! During my personal PT session with her, I asked her for a letter of recommendation when she dropped this bomb. I pulled down my face mask so she could see my jaw drop!! Wild.

    On Wednesday, I told my staff I had resigned and their behavior improved on the spot: they were friendly, joking, happy, accommodating, and for the first time ever the 65 yo nurse addressed me by my first name. It rang in my ears like a sweet bell.

    On Thursday, amidst a full schedule of patients, a woman came in with her husband complaining of a severe migraine. We had her on a hospital bed. Suddenly she had a brief seizure but recovered to perfect awareness immediately. That was unusual. 2 minutes later, her heart stopped and so did her breathing. Then she recovered spontaneously like nothing happened. Because it was an emergency and one can’t do CPR with a mask on, the last thing I thought about was grabbing a face mask; besides, we’ve had no Covid cases in the county. She was the only patient I treated that week without wearing one.

    She was sent by ambulance down to a Wyoming ED about an hour away. On route, she flatlined 5 times, and spontaneously recovered on her own each time. This is unheard of.

    And on Friday, we learned that she tested positive for the SARS-Coronavirus, the first case in the county. I had been unmasked and was close enough to kiss her, so I and the 2 EMTs are now quarantined in our homes for 2 weeks.

    So I’d like to request prayers for Steph who is now in Denver for a pacemaker. Please pray for her husband who is suffering over what is happening and the possibility that his young wife still might die. Please pray for the 2 ladies in the clinic, one of whom is showing early signs of dementia. Please pray for the administrator who is away from his wife and child in order to work here. Pray for the commissioners who are trying to lead this community. Please pray for the good folk of the town of Broadus and surrounding ranches and farms, for they desperately need and deserve to have access to quality healthcare. And please pray for the staff at the nursing home who do their best to care for 20 elderly people from Broadus 24 hours a day.

    Pray that Kesa, Shane and I didn’t acquire the virus and if we did that we’ll brush it off like nothing.

    I have some jobs lining up. I may stay in Montana, I may go south, I may move to rural South Dakota. Heck, there’s the slim chance I might even stay here. But I trust God will help me find the next right step.

    Thank you for your prayers! May God bless you and keep you!

    Patrick

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    1. You know I’ve been praying, Patrick, and so it shall continue. Sending Our Lady before you to light your path with her Flame of Love while undoing every knot to smooth out the details of this transition. 🙂

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    2. Prayers for you. Glad to hear you’re growing and thriving on your path.

      Small towns can be great, but there’s often narrow attitudes and petty politics fermenting just beneath friendly smiles and waves. Sounds like you dodged a bullet. I’ve come across more than a few nasty receptionists and office managers at otherwise great parishes. Oh, how much damage they can often cause!

      May the merciful God show them all the error of their ways. Hoping they change, but if not, I’m sure they’ll be cut out like a cancer.

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      1. Thanks MP!

        I just learned yet 2 more people are resigning in a few weeks. Things are getting shaken up here! I am praying to see what the next right step is here. Might I stay and open my own clinic??! Hmm….

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        1. Great idea, PD. Treat people right and the folks will show up. If you go for money from investors, though, you may have to pay too high a cost, not in money terms but in terms of whether the clinic is actually yours or not, actually embodies you and your principles or not. Be *very* careful to retain the ability to have your clinic reflect who you are, not who a handful of people with money think it should be. They may very well sacrifice you on the alter of their own needs. Maybe you could get a single grant to get you going and then never go back there again for more money. Maybe get ongoing budget needs by using a kind of subscription funding often used for community farm coops, or set it up as a Concierge service and charge enough to gradually expand your facility’s capabilities. Lots of options that don’t require selling your dream. Also watch out for local government – if they prefer the other clinic, they could stop you cold – but maybe the Storm would take them out of the picture. And of course, setting up a GoFundMe operation with a heart-warming human-oriented equivalent of Creatures Great and Small set of images on the screen could allow people from all over the planet, including folks here, to help you out. Get the government stuff scoped out and then, if that can be handled, go for local and global support. 🙂

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          1. SteveBC and Patrick, I’ve heard on the radio here an ad for something that I would describe as a subscription doctor’s office. I haven’t paid too much attention to it, but it seems to be an alternative to current systems involving high insurance premiums. Of course, it would be important to have a good office/business manager if one decides to start such a thing. “There are different gifts . . . .”

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            1. Wonderful-sounds like the healing people are removing the trappings of big business to actually heal people.
              One question-what happens if someone has to go to the hospital?

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          2. There is a concierge type of clinic in Billings, MT with a DO and a PA(I think) for people to buy a membership.
            Another thought along those lines-what about a membership for all of us wood choppers?

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    3. Patrick, it is so nice to see you back here. You are such a dear covering so many others and circumstances in your request for prayers. I have lift you and your intentions up in prayer. Keep us posted. ❤

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    4. How are you doing Patrick?

      Are you symptom free, I pray! I hope your co workers are safe too.

      I hope you find the job you will thrive at. It is hard to switch jobs.

      We are praying for you!

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      1. The quarantine has been lifted. False alarm.

        I was able to catch the tail end of a local rodeo for young kids. So it’s back to work today. Which bums me out cuz I was hoping for a break from that clinic.

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  30. Prayers for you and your intentions, Patrick. So glad to hear from you. The Broadus area people are blessed to have you. Keep us posted on your health. God bless you too!

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  31. Immediately take vit c 1000mg. 2x D or to tolerance. N-AC 1600 mg QD in divided doses. D3 without K. 10,000 IUs q D. Most importantly Zinc. 50-100 mg.

    This is the best prophylactic.

    More N-AC if any cough.

    Prayers for you Patrick

    From a fellow NP.

    Jasconius

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    1. Jasconius, hello! I suggest Quercetin Phytosome (non-toxic OTC ionophore substitute for HCQ) to stuff the zinc into all your cells, and selenium (if ill, up to 600 mcg) to go with the N-AC to increase glutathione level. Both sets pair well. 🙂

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  32. Could I ask for prayers again? I am having a very hard time with anxiety and depression. Asking for God’s miraculous healing. I keep you all in my daily rosary. ❤🙏 hugs!

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  33. Ugg. My quarantine is back on. One of the EMTs has developed a fever and dry cough.

    No one has a clue what’s going on or what to do. This is a bit frustrating.

    But it was the administrator who made the bad decision to release us without the third confirmation test of Steph. 😡

    Sorry for sounding annoyed, and forgive me, Lord, for being annoyed. I’m spending today job hunting.

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      1. Thank you Beckita. I’m not feeling 100% but hopefully it’s nothing. I don’t have a fever but my body temperature is swinging around a little bit and I have a mild headache. Hopefully it’s just something I ate.

        And it looks like a third person submitted their resignation today. That’s three people in one week and apparently there’s still one more high profile person to go.

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    1. Hey… everybody gets annoyed once in a while, so no biggie. Gotta say, though, that I got a real kick outta that red frowny-face emoji. It’s hilarious!

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  34. Please pray for a resolution of a sudden onset of extreme nausea and feeling faint that started at mass on Friday. I spent the day in the emergency room where they ruled out heart problems. The symptoms may be anxiety related. My husband and I have a daughter who is an alcoholic and drug addict who has been back drinking for a year and neglects our granddaughter Melody. It is so hard seeing Melody not cared for and not having the physical stamina ourselves to take over her care. We can’t fix the situation and these anxiety symptoms further hinder our ability to help. Thanks for praying. I am a silent follower of this site. God bless all.

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  35. Urgent Request:
    My brother, Martin, was readmitted to the hospital. The infection spread down his sternum and below his rib cage. He is on an IV antibiotics and steroids. They say it is not Covid. Strong liberal so you know what else to pray for. Love you all and thank you for your prayers.

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  36. Please pray for the repose of the soul of 18 year old Turner who passed in his sleep unexpectedly from a siezure. And please also pray for his family and everyone who loves him. He is the nephew of a friend of mine.

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      1. HTTP, I have been praying for Martin. (PMT with as many saints as I can think of that are are associated with medicine and conversion) Thank you for your intercession for Turner and his family.

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