Come, long-expected Jesus. Excite in me a wonder at the wisdom and power of Your Father and ours.
Receive my prayer as part of my service of the Lord who enlists me in God's own work for justice.
Come, long-expected Jesus. Excite in me a hunger for peace: peace in the world, peace in my home, peace in myself.
Come, long-expected Jesus. Excite in me a joy responsive to the Father's joy. I seek His will so I can serve with gladness, singing and love.
Come, long-expected Jesus. Excite in me the joy and love and peace it is right to bring to the manger of my Lord. Raise in me, too, sober reverence for the God who acted there, hearty gratitude for the life begun there, and spirited resolution to serve the Father and Son.
I pray in the name of Jesus Christ, whose advent I hail.
Jesus, through the most pure Heart of Mary, I offer you the prayers, works, joys and sufferings of this day, in union with the Masses being offered throughout the world for all the intentions of thy Sacred Heart, I offer them especially for Archbishop William Goh and Archbishop Emeritus Nicholas Chia, for all our priests, religious sisters, brothers, seminarians and novices. I also pray for:-
Our Holy Father Pope Francis’s intention that the elderly, sustained by families and Christian communities, may apply their wisdom and experience to spreading the faith and forming the new generations.
Our Archbishop’s intention that the young will continue to accept and appreciate the Elderly as they share their wisdom to nurture and form the younger generations.
The church, to be that ‘bright shining star’, guiding others to Jesus Christ.
The world, that this season yield a true and lasting peace so that God’s justice and praise might spring up before and among all nations.
The lay-apostles, help them to follow your example of love and service.
Couples undergoing the Marriage Preparation Course, may they be open to the new beginning, the new birth that they are preparing to undertake.
Marriages, help them in their daily loving.
Families, may they keep this Advent season with hope and expectation, not just preparing their homes for Christmas but also their lives, for the coming of our Lord.
The youth, may the Lord’s coming speak concretely to them.
The jobless, bless them with the gift of employment.
The aged, lonely, the depressed and those tempted to commit suicide; may the joy and hope of Christmas reveals God’s love for them.
The sick and suffering, especially those suffering from Cancer, Aids, Dementia, stretch out your loving hands and comfort them in their pain and sufferings.
Prisoners, drug offenders and ex-prisoners, Lord show them the way to live.
Those on death row, that they be ready to welcome you. May capital punishment be abolished.
The souls of our dearly departed, may the Lord welcome them into His Heavenly Kingdom. Amen
THE POPE'S PRAYER INTENTIONS
Evangelization: In the Service of the Transmission of Faith
That people, who are involved in the service and transmission of faith, may find, in their dialogue with culture, a language suited to the conditions of the present time.
THE BISHOP'S PRAYER INTENTIONS
That Religious, Parents, Catechists who are transmitting the faith will present the Good News in relevant and engaging ways
Praise and Worship
*Every Tuesday 11.30 am - 1.00 pm
*Every Saturday 3.30 pm - 4.45 pm
* Eucharistic Celebration (Mass) on first Saturday of
every month at 4 pm
The Prayer Station will be closed on public holidays.
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MRT station : Toa Payoh (NS19)