We are not just working in the Lord’s vineyard, we are also a praying community. From the rising of the sun to its setting, our voices of prayers are never silent. Jesus said to his disciples: “pray that you do not fall into temptation” (Cf. Mathew 26:41). Praying in and out of season is our business, very fundamental to us and to all Christians.
We have the primary task of praying not just for ourselves,but also for the whole Church and all God’s people all over the world. Prayer is the only master key that opens all doors in heaven and on earth. A prayer made in faith brings healing to the sick (Cf. James 5 v 15).
We begin each day with prayers and end with prayers. Jesus started with prayer and ended with prayer. Thus, the Divine Office (Office of Readings), Lauds (Morning Prayer), daily Morning Masses, Sext (midday prayer), Vespers (evening prayer) and Compline (night prayer), with other Catholic devotional prayers like Benediction, Rosary, Stations of the Cross, etc. constitute our prayer models.
Therefore, join us in our Wednesday weekly benediction and silent adoration of the Holy Eucharist, Solemn Rosary and Vespers on Sunday Evenings. You can follow us also in our Rosary Processions and Benediction during May and October devotions and Stations of the Cross during Lenten seasons.
Prayer is like a binding force that penetrates all walls, problems, hearts and fosters unity. Hence,a family that prays together stays together. We cannot but pray. Through our daily offering of the Holy Eucharist, we offer and surrender all our worries before the Lord Jesus Christ in faith, through the intercession of the Virgin Mother of God, the mother of the Church and our Holy Institute.
For your Mass intentions and prayer requests, do well and feel free to call or contact us in the spirit of prayer.