Lord: What a wonderful feeling it is to be able to restore a broken relationship, to be able to say “I’m sorry” for whatever I may have said or done that separated me from another person and often times left me with an empty feeling. When I made amends or experienced reconciliation through the Sacrament of Reconciliation, I felt liberated as though a weight had been lifted from my shoulders. Lord, I thank you for your sacrifice on the cross that made this gift possible for me. Amen.
God our Father, I thank you for giving me life and sustaining me every day. You sent your only Son Jesus Christ to show me the path of salvation. You gave me the Holy Spirit to empower me with your love. Today, I plead you to strengthen me as I go through suffering and pain. Help me resolve all my health problems that would make me to be evermore fervent in proclaiming your everlasting love. Amen.
God of forgiveness and love, we thank you for uniting us in your protective care. We believe that you are source of forgiveness and unity. In marriage, you have united us to collaborate in the divine plan of love. Moments of disagreements and quarrels divide our unity and love. Let the power of your Spirit come over us to strengthen our bond for each other. Help us to experience your forgiveness and love in more tangible ways so that we may forgive and love one another. Amen.
Loving God, you are the giver of all we possess. I want to thank you and praise you for the gift of my children. Bless them and guide them with your Holy Spirit.
You are in my prayers today. I ask the Lord to give you the graces to do what He wants of you today and every day, even when you are not sure of everything. Like our Mother Mary, may you have a deeper commitment to accept the will of God, may you know that God is intimately with you, and may you experience His joy in your life. May your love for your family be ever truer, ever more fruitful and long lasting.
May the Lord be with you to protect you. May He watch over, keep you in his care and bless you with his peace.