Renew Your Strength

“O Lord, my God, Please give me the grace to maintain my hope in you through all of life’s changes and to taste and see your goodness. I praise you for the gifts you have showered on me for so many years. Help me find joy in a renewed strength of spirit. Please bless me with good health and inspire me to be a good example to others. For you are Lord, forever and ever. Amen.”

-USCCB, Prayer for Renewed Strength


Mental Health Awareness

Explore the following resources to enhance awareness and take proactive measures in your families and communities to prevent this tragic loss.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Call 988

You Matter

We aspire to acknowledge the extent to which we are Known, Valued, and Loved by both God and those who are part of our lives.

988 is the three-digit, nationwide phone number to connect directly to the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline. You or someone you know can receive support by calling or texting 988 and connecting with mental health professionals.


Pray for all

Preborn: Embracing the gift of life from its inception, we pray for the unborn, that they may be surrounded by love and safeguarded from harm.

Elderly: Recognizing the wisdom and experience of our seniors, we implore the grace to care for them with dignity, respect, and unwavering love.

People with Disabilities: In solidarity with our differently-abled brethren, we seek strength and compassion to create a world that embraces and supports their unique journeys.

Homeless: With open hearts, we beseech blessings for those without shelter, asking for the provision of safe havens and opportunities for a brighter future.

Migrants: Inspired by the Holy Family’s journey, we pray for migrants, refugees, and displaced individuals, asking for compassion, justice, and hospitality.

Women: Acknowledging the inherent dignity of women, we pray for their empowerment, protection, and flourishing in all aspects of life.

Children: As stewards of the young, we lift our voices for the well-being, education, and joy of children, that they may grow in love and security.

People in Prisons: In humility, we intercede for those incarcerated, seeking redemption, transformation, and the healing of wounds for both the imprisoned and their communities.

The Sick: With hearts full of empathy, we pray for the healing and comfort of the sick, asking for strength for them and their caregivers.