Prayer Wall

Do you know someone who you would like our parish family to pray for? You can submit your general or specific requests with your name or anonymously. All requests are moderated then posted to the page. You can pray for others and if they have asked, an email will be sent to them each time someone prays. To add a prayer to our prayer wall, please click on the “Share Your Prayer Request” button below. To let someone know you prayed for them, click on the “I Prayed for This” button.

I prayed for this

Prayed for 4 times.

Andrew Pick

Healing from acid reflux. Also, pray for healing for voice and throat acid causing nausea/bulimia. Pray God heals me.

Received: June 29, 2024

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Litany of Trust – video with the Sisters of Life

Litany of Trust– downloadable document

Surrender Novena – downloadable document

Top Resources to Go Deeper in Prayer

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Will you spend an hour with Jesus?

Our Adoration chapel is a quiet, peaceful place to spend time with our Lord in prayer. There are so many ways to use this time: silent prayer, the rosary, spiritual reading, even listen to the Hallow app (with headphones, of course!).

Mondays: 6 PM – 10 PM

Tuesdays: 9 AM – 10 PM

Wednesdays: 7 AM – 5 PM, Holy Hour 6 – 7 PM in church (Confession available)

Thursdays: 9 AM – 10 PM

Fridays: 9 AM – 10 PM

First Fridays: 9 AM – Saturday 1 PM

Saturdays: 9 AM to 1 PM

Please sign up to commit to an hour at, sign up down below or just show up during the hours listed above and tap in as a guest on the kiosk!

Visit our adoration website

Please join us for adoration following Mass at 6-7:15 PM in the Church. Anchored in Adoration includes silent adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, confession available, witness talk, praise and worship music…plus, a prayer team will be available to pray individually with you. Anchored in Adoration is on break during the summer months, but we still offer Holy Hour, Adoration and Confession on Wednesdays during the summer.

 We recognize the heartache when our loved ones have drifted away from their faith.  St. Monica knew this pain so well and is a model for us to persevere in prayer for those we desire to return.

Dear St. Monica,

Troubled wife and mother, many sorrows pierced your heart during your lifetime. Yet you never despaired or lost faith. With confidence, persistence and profound faith, you prayed daily for the conversion of your beloved husband, Patricius, and your beloved son, Augustine. Grant me that same fortitude, patience and trust in the Lord. Intercede for me, dear St. Monica, for (mention your petition here) and grant me the grace to accept his will in all things, through Jesus Christ, our Lord, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever. Amen.

SAINT MONICA – Your prayers, pilgrimages, fasts and words were fruitful, but only after many tears. Help us to be as concerned as you for the immortal souls of those close to us. ST. MONICA, PRAY FOR US.

“And remember: you and I alone cannot open people’s hearts. Only the Holy Spirit can open people’s hearts. God loves the people for whom we pray, even more than we do. We may not see results today or tomorrow, or even in our lifetimes. But seeing results isn’t up to us. Praying with trust and perseverance, as St Monica did, is up to us. The rest is in the hands of God. And there is no better or safer place to be than in the hands of the God who is love.” ~ Fr Joseph Marcello