Pray For Me – An Online Prayer Community

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PrayForMe_web_v3Our online prayer community was built long before we were separated by the COVID-19 virus.  By praying for each other and the special intentions we share here, we join in a spiritual communion that strengthens us to continue living a Catholic life.

In addition, to your personal intentions, we hope you will keep our brave health care workers, police, firefighters, emergency workers, and chaplains in your prayers.

In addition to praying for each other, the Sister Servants of the Lord and the Virgin of Matará, a contemplative order of nuns cloistered in Borough Park, Brooklyn, will be praying for all intentions submitted via our site from 5:45 am until 10:00 pm every day.

We also encourage visitors to our site to pray for the intentions of others. If you choose to have your prayer shared online, the prayer requests will appear on the right of the screen. If you choose to pray for another person, read the list of intentions, select one and click the “I prayed for you” box to the far right.

Remember, the power of prayer changes lives. “Pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.” (James 5:16)

No matter what you may be going through today, know that the moment you pray, God hears you!

You can also help support the mission of the nuns at the Monastery of the Precious Blood.

Request a Prayer

Email this intention to the person I am praying for.

Display my prayer on this page, so community members can pray for me.

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Please be respectful in the intentions that you post. Prayer requests that include offensive or inappropriate language will be removed.

If you would like to speak with a priest or join us for worship, click here to locate a parish near you in Brooklyn or Queens.

If you feel that you may be a danger to yourself or to others, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24/7 at 800-273-TALK (8255), visit their website or call 911.

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