Prayers for a friend

Please pray for a friend of mine who has a child at the same school my son was kicked out of.  Pray they don’t receive the same fate as we did, as it is so hard on the children.  You can read his story here.

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I am a mother and wife as well as an RCIA and Adult Faith Formation catechist at a parish in the south. I have 3 children and a great husband.
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12 Responses to Prayers for a friend

  1. Mick says:

    Praying, Susan.

  2. 1Irish says:

    Prayers for all. God bless you!

  3. This is a very, very tough time. Tough on the parents. Tough on the kids. This dark force is going for the heart of the family. I’m with you and the other family, in prayer, Susan.

  4. God's Child says:

    Add my feeble prayers to all those who honor the stance for purity and innocence which you and your family are taking. As the storm rages, we can only cling to those we love and trust in the Lord.

    Jesus, we trust in you.

    God’s Child

    • Thank you God’s child. I hope you are well.

      • Susan,
        God’s Child wrote this for you and me on my blog:

        Susan,
        How nice to bump into you here…
        Can I share a thought among companions on these rough seas?

        Do you think Jesus knew that the threatening winds would rage when he told Peter and the apostles to get into the boat to cross to the other shore? Of course, He did. Did He want them to be fearful and call for his help? No, but they needed to turn to Him to discover that “peace that passes all understanding”…the calm that follows faith.

        We are willingly in the boat…the waves are tossing…we have no hope, but for the trust we have in Him. It is His strength and love that will see us through, not our own.

        Jesus, we trust in you.
        God’s Child

      • That’s wonderful. Thanks for sharing!

  5. James Ignatius McAuley says:

    Susan,

    Like any battle, there are times of “hurry up and wait.” So, use this time to inventory your spiritual and material assets. Then, count your blessings. The Lord will protect you, your beloved son and family.

    And yes, you are not nuts to object over this curriculum from hell. A course designed to corrupt and destroy souls.

    Now, suppose Rome does not give you satisfaction, which is entirely possible these days. Do not lose confidence, trust in the Lord and it will work out to the greater glory of God and you and your family. The cloak of Glory you will receive in heaven will bear witness to this!

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