Prayer Request

I am scheduled for two surgeries on Friday of this week and although I have every confidence that all will work to the glory of God, I would appreciate any and all prayers that might be said on my behalf.  Please pray that the surgeries will be successful and that I will have a speedy and full recovery.  Thank you and please know that I offered Mass tonight for all of you who read this blog.  I appreciate you. –Fr. Michel

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About frmichelrcc

I have a degree in religious studies from the University of Wisconsin, did graduate work in theology at St. Norbert College, De Pere, Wisconsin, and also at St. Paul's University in Ottawa. I have been a Benedictine since I first professed as an oblate in 1982, making final profession in 2009. I have worked as vocations director in a large diocese in the mid-west and am a spiritual director in the Benedictine tradition. I have 3 sons, one of whom is now in God's loving embrace in eternity, and 2 grandsons, Bradley and Jacob.
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3 Responses to Prayer Request

  1. Harold E. West says:

    Fr. Michel,

    I will have you in my prayers. We have not met yet but I have been researching your church and we hope to attend on Sunday.

    I am hoping to have the opportunity to meet with you soon and pray God’s blessings on you and your ministry. That your recovery is swift and you are soon restored to full health.

    In His Name

    Harold E. “Hal” West
    New Haven

  2. I’ll keep you in my prayers and add your name to the prayer list of my online chapel. God Bless.

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