All Christians share the baptismal duty of offering the daily sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving, and of interceding in prayer for and in the name of the whole People of God in Christ Jesus, and for all people, according to their needs.
The parish Prayer Chain is one way that we intercede in prayer. If you would like to serve on the Prayer Chain, contact Lynn Gossman.
The Liturgy of the Hours, or the “Divine Office,” is the daily prayer of the Church, marking and sanctifying the times of the day and claiming all time for the ceaseless praise of God and continuous intercession for the needs of the world. The main “hours” are Lauds (Morning Prayer), Vespers (Evening Prayer), and Compline (Night Prayer). Clergy and religious are bound by law to these prayers, but they belong to all the baptized who are united with Christ who is truly present and acting in them.
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