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Pope Benedict XVI’s prayer intentions for July 2012

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As Blessed Ildefonso Schuster reminds, “Prayer is indeed the atmosphere in which holiness develops and flourishes.”  So, let’s work on our prayer with His Holiness for the month of July with the hope of a flourishing life of prayer in our daily life.

For the month July let’s pray for the following:

The Pope’s general intention

That everyone may have work in safe and secure conditions. 

The Pope’s missionary intention

That Christian volunteers in mission territories may witness to the love of Christ.

Pope Benedict XVI’s prayer intentions for June 2012

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The general intention

That believers may recognize in the Eucharist the living presence of the Risen One who accompanies them in daily life. 

The missionary intention

That Christians in Europe may rediscover their true identity and participate with greater enthusiasm in the proclamation of the Gospel.

Pope Benedict XVI’s prayer intentions for May 2012

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We join with the Pope, Benedict XVI, in prayer before the Divine Majesty for the following intentions:

The general intention

That initiatives which defend and uphold the role of the family may be promoted within society.

The missionary intention


That Mary, Queen of the World and Star of Evangelization, may accompany all missionaries in proclaiming her Son Jesus.

Pope Benedict XVI’s monthly prayer intentions for April 2012

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That many young people may hear the call of Christ and
follow him in the priesthood and religious life.

Missionary intention

That the risen Christ may be a
sign of certain hope for the men and women of the African continent.

Pope Benedict’s prayer intentions for March 2012

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As Queen Esther asked God for grace to follow Him more closely, so we do the same…. 

The Pope asks us to join him during the month of March in praying for women and for those face the trial of discrimination.

The general intention

That the whole world may recognize the contribution of women to the development of society.

The mission intention

That the Holy Spirit may grant perseverance to those who suffer discrimination, persecution or death for the name of Christ, particularly in Asia.

About the author

Paul A. Zalonski is from New Haven, CT. He is a member of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, a Catholic ecclesial movement, and an Oblate of Saint Benedict. Contact Paul at paulzalonski[at]yahoo.com.
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