1 27 th Sunday in Ordinary Time October 6/7, 2007 Celebrant: My sisters and brothers, trusting in the love and mercy of Almighty God, we bring all our needs before him: 1. For Pope Benedict and all bishops, that they will be examples of faith and courage, we pray to the Lord. 2. That this Jubilee Year of the Archdiocese of Miami will bring abundant graces as we walk in the light of Christ, we pray to the Lord. 3. For all youth, that they will be inspired to courage action in their life choices, we pray to the Lord. 4. For all who have died, (pause) especially Archbishop Carroll, Archbishop McCarthy, and all who have labored to build up the Church in the Archdiocese of Miami, that they may rest in God s eternal peace, we pray to the Lord. Celebrant: O God, listen to the prayers of this faith community who walk in the light of Christ, for you are our Lord and Guide. Amen.
2 28 th Sunday in Ordinary Time October 13/14, 2007 Celebrant: My brothers and sisters, let us pray for all the needs that are present in our hearts: 1. For Pope Benedict, Archbishop Favalora and all who lead the church, that they may continue the mission entrusted by Jesus to the Twelve, we pray to the Lord. 2. For an increase of vocations to the priesthood and religious life, we pray to the Lord. 3. For missionaries throughout the world, that they may persevere with the grace of God, we pray to the Lord. 4. For all who have died, (pause) especially our parishioners, family members, friends, and all clergy of the Archdiocese of Miami, that they may rest in God s eternal peace, we pray to the Lord. Celebrant: O God, listen to the prayers of your family who have gathered to celebrate one faith in you. Give us the courage and grace to follow your Holy Gospel in whatever vocation you lead us.
3 29 th Sunday in Ordinary Time October 20/21, 2007 Celebrant: My brothers and sisters let us pray to the Lord of all nations and lands: 1. For Pope Benedict, Archbishop Favalora and all who serve the church, that they may be examples of courage and faith, we pray to the Lord. 2. For our world, that through the proclamation of the Gospel, we might proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ to all the world, we pray to the Lord. 3. For all missionaries, that they may be blessed for their courage and sacrifice, we pray to the Lord. 4. For all who have died, (pause) especially our parishioners, family members, and friends, that they will rest in God s eternal peace, we pray to the Lord. Celebrant: O God of love and mercy, listen to the prayers of your family who have gathered to celebrate one faith and one hope in you. Inspire us to respect the dignity of all life, for we make these prayers through Christ, our Lord. Amen.
4 30 th Sunday in Ordinary Time October 27/28, 2007 Celebrant: My dear friends, let us humbly pray to our Lord and God that in his mercy he will pour out his blessings upon all who have gathered in his name: 1. For Pope Benedict, Archbishop Favalora, and the bishops of our Church, that they may continue the mission entrusted by Jesus to the Twelve, we pray to the Lord. 2. For young people, that they may respond to God s call to the priesthood and religious life, we pray to the Lord. 3. For all who are gathered here, that we may be faithful to the grace of our baptism, we pray to the Lord. 4. For all priests and religious, both living and deceased, who have served in the Archdiocese, we pray to the Lord. Celebrant: O God hear the prayers of all who have gathered in your name. Give us strength and courage to dedicate ourselves in the service of Christ who lives and reigns forever and ever. Amen.
5 All Saints Day November 1, 2007 Celebrant: My dear friends let us humbly pray to God through the intercession of all holy men and women for the prayers we now offer: 1. For Pope Benedict, Archbishop Favalora and all who minister in the Church, that they may be endowed with the grace and strength of all the saints, we pray to the Lord. 2. For the poor and marginalized, that they may have the courage to persevere like the martyrs, we pray to the Lord. 3. For all of us gathered here today, that like the saints the Holy Spirit will fill us with the light of faith and love, we pray to the Lord. 4. For all who have died in the peace of Christ, that they may be one with all the saints in the kingdom of heaven, we pray to the Lord. Celebrant: May the lives of the saints give us hope that one day we might be among the blessed of your kingdom. Give us the courage to be saints for our world. We ask this thorough Jesus our Lord who lives and reigns forever and ever. Amen.
6 All Souls Day November 2, 2007 Celebrant: My dear friends, the light of Christ s resurrection reveals the immensity of God s mercy. Let us place our trust in the God of mercy and compassion: 1. For our Church, that we may be a community of hope in the promise of everlasting life, we pray to the Lord. 2. For all who mourn the deaths of family and friends, that in our loving support they may find strength to continue their own life s journeys, we pray to the Lord. 3. For all who have died in the peace of Christ, that in the presence of God they may find light, peace and happiness, we pray to the Lord. 4. For all those who have labored in the Archdiocese of Miami, especially Archbishop Carroll, Archbishop McCarthy, all auxiliary bishops, priests, deacons, religious, and laity, that they may know the joy of eternal life, we pray to the Lord. Celebrant: God of mercy and compassion, hear our prayers. Grant that we may one day join our departed sisters and brothers in your heavenly kingdom. We ask this through Jesus who is our resurrection and life. Amen.
7 31 st Sunday in Ordinary Time November 3/4, 2007 Celebrant: My sisters and brothers, God is the source of life and strength. In his name let us make our prayers: 1. For Pope Benedict, Archbishop Favalora, and all who lead the Church that they will guide as loving shepherds, we pray to the Lord. 2. For all parents and religious educators, that they may teach the Gospel message to children through word and example, we pray to the Lord. 3. For all missionaries who spread the Gospel to the poor and marginalized, we pray to the Lord. 4. For those who have died for the sake of the Gospel message, that they may know the peace and joy of the heavenly kingdom, we pray to the Lord. Celebrant: O God, rich in mercy, we ask you to answer these prayers, and renew within us the love that Jesus Christ showed to all in need. We ask this through Jesus your Son. Amen.
8 32 nd Sunday in Ordinary Time November 10/11, 2007 Celebrant: My dear brothers and sisters, let us bring our petitions to our loving God: 1. For Pope Benedict and Archbishop Favalora that they will guide the Church with the wisdom and strength of God, we pray to the Lord. 2. For all who suffer from violence, prejudice and war, that they will find strength and courage in God s merciful love, we pray to the Lord. 3. For all veterans of war, that they may know God s peace and comforting hand in their lives, we pray to the Lord. 4. For all those who have given their lives to defend peace in the world, we pray to the Lord. Celebrant: Eternal Father, we thank you for the gift of your Son who suffered and died so that we might live. Hear our prayers and give ear to our needs. We make these prayers through Christ our Lord. Amen.
9 33 rd Sunday in Ordinary Time November 17/18, 2007 Celebrant: My brothers and sisters in Christ, let us lift our voices in prayer to God: 1. For Pope Benedict and all ministers in the Church that they will faithfully proclaim the Word of God, we pray to the Lord. 2. For the leaders in our country, that they will be guided by the wisdom and strength of our loving God, we pray to the Lord. 3. For our country, that we be strengthened in our faith to boldly proclaim the Gospel message in our words and actions, we pray to the Lord. 4. For all who have died, (pause) especially our parishioners, family and friends, that they may rest in God s eternal peace, we pray to the Lord. Celebrant: Loving Father, hear the prayers of your people gathered in your name. We make these prayers through Christ our Lord. Amen.
10 Thanksgiving Day November 22, 2007 Celebrant: My brothers and sisters, with grateful hearts let us turn to God whose generosity is without limits: 1. For the wonders of God and all his creation, we pray to the Lord. 2. For the gift of faith and the gift of hope, we pray to the Lord. 3. For the gift of family and the gift of friends, we pray to the Lord. 4. For freedom and peace in our land, we pray to the Lord. Celebrant: O God of love, keep us close to you this day and always. May we never forget to praise and thank you each and every moment of our lives. We make these prayers through Christ our Lord. Amen.
11 1 ST Sunday of Advent December 1 / 2, 2007 Celebrant: Christ, our Lord, came to bring us salvation and has promised to come again. Let us pray that we may always be ready to welcome him: Come, Lord, Jesus! Come, Lord, Jesus! 1. That during the season of Advent, we may open our hearts to welcome home all those who have returned to the Chruch, we pray to the Lord. 2. That the light of Christ may be proclaimed by those who minister as lectors, we pray to the Lord. 3. That all people suffering from HIV-AIDS will experience God s loving presence through the compassion of all people, we pray to the Lord. 4. That all who have died, (pause) especially our family and friends, may meet the eternal Christ and rest in his peace, we pray to the Lord. Celebrant: We thank you, Heavenly Father, for the gift of your Son, Jesus. As we prepare for his coming, give us the strength to follow his message of hope. We make these prayers in his name, Christ our Lord. Amen.
12 2 nd Sunday of Advent December 8/9, 2007 Celebrant: As we prepare and await the birth of Christ, let us bring our prayers to God with hope and trust: Come, Lord, Jesus! Come, Lord, Jesus! 1. For Pope Benedict, Archbishop Favalora, and all who lead the church, that they may be heralds of God s presence among us, we pray to the Lord. 2. For all those in government, that they may be instruments of the mercy and justice of God, we pray to the Lord. 3. For this assembly, that through the sacrament of reconciliation we may grow in faith and peace, we pray to the Lord. 4. For all our parishioners, family members, and friends who are sick, and for all who have died, (pause) we pray to the Lord. Celebrant: Merciful God, hear our prayers and show us your joy and prepare our hearts and our homes for the celebration of Christmas. We ask these prayers through Christ our Lord. Amen.
13 3 rd Sunday of Advent December 15/16, 2007 Celebrant: To the Father of healing and peace we offer our prayers for those in need: Come, Lord, Jesus! Come, Lord, Jesus! 1. That during the season of Advent, we may reach out to those who have lost hope, we pray to the Lord. 2. That the light of Christ may penetrate the darkness of Sin and violence, we pray to the Lord. 3. That we may be examples of love and peace during this time of preparation for the birth of Christ, we pray to the Lord. 4. That all who have died, (pause) especially our parishioners, family and friends, may meet the eternal Christ and rest in his peace, we pray to the lord. Celebrant: God of mercy and strength, help us to open our hearts to receive your Son. Answer the prayers we bring before you today, for we make them in His name, Christ, our Lord. Amen.
14 4 th Sunday of Advent December 22/23, 2007 Celebrant: Looking forward to the coming of Jesus our Savior, let us now raise our voices in prayer: Come, Lord, Jesus! Come, Lord, Jesus! 1. That this time of Advent will bring us to a deeper understanding of God s great love for us, we pray to the Lord. 2. That the light of Christ will lead many to the joys of faith and hope, we pray to the Lord. 3. That we may be examples of love by reaching out to those in need, we pray to the Lord. 4. That all who have died, (pause) especially our family, friends, and parishioners, may meet the eternal Christ and rest in his peace, we pray to the Lord. Celebrant: God of tender mercy, hear the prayers of your people who call out to you today. Give us strength and guidance for all our needs. We make these prayers through Christ our Lord. Amen.
15 Nativity of the Lord December 24/25, 2007 Celebrant: My brothers and sisters, with angels and shepherds, let us hasten on this holy day to the stable in Bethlehem to offer our petitions to the newborn Savior: 1. That the Virgin Mary may look upon our Holy Father with love and rejoicing, and grant him every grace and blessing from her divine Child, we pray to the Lord. 2. That St. Joseph may obtain for leaders of nations and all peoples of the word the wisdom, justice, and peace that the carpenter s son has brought, we pray to the Lord. 3. For children throughout the world, that they may always receive love and protection, we pray to the Lord. 4. For all who have died, (pause) especially our relatives and friends, that they will know the joy and radiance of heavenly peace, we pray to the Lord. Celebrant: Most merciful Father, look upon us gathered here in your name. Grant that we may always be close to your son, Jesus Christ, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever. Amen.
16 Feast of the Holy Family December 29/30, 2007 Celebrant: My dear friends, let us raise our voices together in prayer for all our sisters and brothers: 1. For our Holy Father, Pope Benedict, and all the bishops, that they will lead us as humble servants and true shepherds, we pray to the Lord. 2. For Christians throughout the world, that they will bring hope and reconciliation to those in need, we pray to the Lord. 3. For families everywhere that they will always walk in the light and hope of faith guided by the Holy Family, we pray to the Lord. 4. For all who have died, (pause) especially our family members, and friends, that they will know the happiness of eternal life in Christ, we pray to the Lord. Celebrant: Father in heaven, we rejoice in the birth of your Son. Give us the strength and wisdom to walk always in his paths for we make these prayers in His name, Christ our Lord. Amen.
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