Saturday, March 30, 2019

Pray for my Father

I've been very busy with lots of demands recently. Writing has definitely suffered, beyond keeping my diary. However, I think I am storing up a lot of impression and ideas for future writing.

One of the things that is keeping me busy is my father's hospitalization and illness. I would be grateful if readers could say a short prayer for him every now and again, specifically that he recovers, until I have more (and, I hope, better) news to give. Thank you.


  1. Prayers, definitely. May he recover indeed, and soon. And prayers for your intentions too. I'm sorry it's been such a long time (understatement of the year) since I commented. Your blog always inspires reflection. -Molly

    1. Thank you, Molly, for the prayers and kind words. It's good to hear from you again.

  2. Oh you poor sausage. I will pray for him. Sinéad.

  3. Prayers from me too, for you and your father.

  4. Prayers for him!

    This daily prayer, said within the Pious Union of St. Joseph (founded by St. Luigi Guanella) is one I am most fond of:

    St. Joseph, foster-father of Jesus Christ and true Spouse of the Virgin Mary, pray for us and for those in their agony this day (and night).

    Hope you will all receive many signs of help throughout every day. /Tomas