Prayer of Intercession

We greatly appreciate people who, through intercessory prayer, support the Seminary Formation Council in all its projects at the service of the formation of Seminary personnel. This needs to be cultivated and particular commitments secured for the success and fruitfulness of our mission.

The power of prayer cannot be underestimated. We are especially grateful for your particular way of praying in intercession. A suggested prayer from St. John Paul II’s writings on priestly formation follows, which you may want to pray daily:

Pope_john_paul_ii“O Mother of the Church,
in the midst of the disciples in the Upper Room
you prayed to the Spirit for the new People and their Shepherds;
obtain for the Order of Presbyters
a full measure of gifts,
O Queen of the Apostles.”

St. John Paul II, Pastores Dabo Vobis, #82.

We are grateful to these communities or individuals who have pledged their commitment to intercede for the mission of S.F.C.

  • Alma Religious Sisters of Mercy in St. Louis, MO
  • Franca Salvo, AO, a consecrated laywoman in the Apostolic Oblates of the Pro-Sanctity Movement
  • The Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist, Meriden, CT
  • Liliane Bertrand, AO, Missionary in Riga, Latvia, a consecrated woman in the Apostolic Oblates of the Pro-Sanctity Movement
  • The Handmaids of the Heart of Jesus, New Ulm, MN
  • Msgr. Paul Cardona, Pastor, Sannat – Gozo, Malta
  • Mundelein Seminary, Chicago, IL
  • St. Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary, Boynton Beach, FL
  • Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary, Miami, FL
  • Poor Clares, Two Monasteries in Malta (St. Julian’s and Victoria, Gozo)
  • Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles, AlhambraCA

Thank you for choosing to support S.F.C. through prayer. Please continue to pray in intercession for the S.F.C. Mission.