Benefactors ask for prayers

Benefactors ask for prayers

Please remember NRVC donors

NRVC members and friends are invited to offer prayer on behalf of the organization's benefactors. In recent fundraising efforts, NRVC welcomed specific prayer requests from its supporters.

So that members and benefactors can mutually support one another, these prayer requests are now being published on and will appear occasionally in this newsletter. Thank you to all who hold these needs in their hearts and lift them up in prayer.

Intentions of NRVC benefactors

Father Gerald K. of Ohio: Pope Francis, friend Edward Z., who died in August 2015.

Ralph G. of New York: Living and deceased members of my extended family and their friends and neighbors.

Sister Rebecca W. of New Mexico: Sisters Amy and Therese, who are discerning a vocational call.

Eugene Z. of Illinois: That troops come home safely.

Brother Robert L. of Ohio: That more will be open to receive and answer the call to serve.

Mildred C. of Ohio: Deceased sister, Sister Giovanni, C.S.J., and all religious.

Susan E. of California: God's mercy and help for right action in the European refugee crisis and an end to its causes.  A good next president for the U.S.

Sandy F. of Illinois: Mother Elsie S., age 99, whose health is failing.

Brother Chris N. of Illinois: Thanksgiving for my continued good health. My Franciscan community in Cicero.

Arthur H. of Illinois: All those who are thinking of vocations.

Ed Z. of Michigan: To marry again, a woman like the one I lost.

Deacon Roger M. of Arizona: Pope Francis, Archbishop Blase Cupich, Bishop Robert Barron, Bishop Thomas Olmsted.

Jerome E. of Indiana: Loved ones, living and deceased. Family reconciliation.

Ngoc N. of California: Healing prayers for my family. Deceased members of my family.

Louis P.: My father, Louis, who is suffering from Alzheimer’s.

Lawrence F. of New Jersey: My son, Thomas, who has autism. My friend Joe B., who has cancer.

Jeremiah D. of Massachusetts: Peace in the world.

Sister Mary S. of Illinois: Intentions of my family, living and deceased. Wheaton Franciscan Sisters, living and deceased.

Anonymous: My wife.

Leave a comment

This article has no comments or are under review. Be the first to leave a comment.
Please Log-in to comment this article

HORIZON Fall 2023 ...
The vow of celibacy is at once deeply personal and very ...  More
Become a Member ...
Join a professional network of vocation directors and those who support ...  More
World Day for Consecrated Life ...
Check out our resources to assist you in promoting vocations to ...  More
Get Involved in your Member ...
Check out events and gatherings this fall in your Member Area ...  More

NRVC Member Areas

Click here to locate members of the NRVC in your Member Area.


Behavioral Assessment 2 workshop

December 2-3,

Tucson, AZ

National Board Meeting

December 4-8,

Tucson, AZ

Member Area Gathering - Delaware Valley

December 5,

via Zoom

National Office Closed

Dec. 25 - Jan. 1,

Christmas Holiday

National Office Closed

January 15,

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday

National Board Applications due

January 31,

Learn more

World Day for Consecrated Life

February 2,

Learn more...

Catholic Sisters Week

March 8-14,

Learn more...

World Day of Prayer for Vocations

April 21,

Plan now

Religious Brothers Day

May 1,

Plan ahead...

Renew your NRVC membership