Friday, May 4, 2012

We all love her, now let's pray for her!

Our wonderful, inspiring, beloved blogger sister, This Cross I Embrace, has been a rock of truth, goodness, and love for all of us for so long, and at this moment we can finally do something for her. Please, let's all come together for her now in powerful prayer, by reciting the chaplet of St. Colette for the intention that TCIE and her dear husband might conceive at last. St. Colette is the patron of those who long to conceive a child, and for myriad reasons, the time is right to pray with and for TCIE right now. Here is the Chaplet of St. Colette, which can be prayed on a standard rosary:


The Chaplet

Blessed be the hour in which our Lord Jesus Christ, God and Man was born. Blessed be the Holy Spirit by whom he was conceived. Blessed be the glorious Virgin Mary of whom the Incarnate Word was born. May the Lord hear our prayers through the intercession of the glorious Virgin Mary and in memory of that most sacred hour in which the Incarnate Word was born, that all our desires may be accomplished for your glory and our salvation. O good Jesus! O Jesus our Redeemer, do not abandon us as our sins deserve, but hear our humble prayer and grant what we ask through the intercession of the most blessed Virgin Mary and for the glory of your Holy name. Amen.


As God pleases, As God wills  (prayed ten times)


Let us praise the Father in his mercy and the Son by his passion and the Holy Spirit the fountain of peace and sweetness and love. Amen, amen without recall!


For more information on praying this chaplet, please go here. Praying any part of it, for as many days as you'd like, would be deeply appreciated! Let's pull together as a blogging (and reading!) community and beg St. Colette to bring our petition before the Throne of Christ!

Thank you all so much!


St. Colette, pray for us!



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37 comments:

  1. You can count me in!! I couldn't love this gal more.

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  2. Will pray....an amazing faithful woman...

    Carla - Henry's mom

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  3. Hoping and praying for TCIE!

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  4. My daughter's name is Colette. After her great grandmother Maria Coletta. So pretty!

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  5. We pray for her every night! Will add the chaplet!

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  6. I promise to do the chaplet for TCIE during these days toward Our Lady of Fatima Feast. I am sure that our prayers will be heard!! And of course, I will try to get to the Basilica of Guadalupe and pray in person, right at the feet of Our Mother, specially for this intention and for the intentions of who joins the chaplet.

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  7. TCIE is my hero! Count me in!
    -January

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  8. Praying. Will pray with my Dh. Tcie was in part my inspiration to become a practitioner so anything for her. Also praying to Our Lady of Guadalupe.

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  9. St. Colette is my confirmation saint. WOOHOO, I'm in!

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  10. I'm in! Thanks for organizing this, Leila!

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  11. Praying! What a beautiful prayer :)

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  12. The chief and i just talked and together with our families we all go to the basilica of Guadalupe and put this intention at her feet here in mexico city tomorrow midday during mass. She is also is in the process to become a practitioner so it from 2 practitioners to another =)

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  13. I am gladly joining in on this "prayer shower"!

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  14. Me too! I love all things connected to the Saints!! What a great idea!!!!

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  15. I will pray for TCIE! Also, thank you for introducing me to St. Collette. I think she's going to become one of my new Saint friends.

    Jeanne G.

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