The Servite Order

Updated: Mar 23

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Prayers

  • A Prayer to Prevent Nuclear WarLord God, you created life and beauty in this world.  You then entrusted the human community with caring for, and enhancing, your creation. Strengthen us, we pray, in this challenging time when the power to destroy this creation has grown so dangerously.  Lead us on a road of peace, a road that includes a program of removing all nuclear weapons from our earth.  We cannot hope to meet this challenge without your continuing presence and support.  For this we make our prayerful plea in your name. by John T. Pawlikowski, OSM

  • Prayer for those who died and were Injured in the Barcelona terrorism attack Lord God, Your Prophets brought hope and healing to your covenanted people in times of exile. Strengthen us today as we once more confront suffering and death in Spain. Bless the injured, the dead and their loved ones. Give us a continued spirit of hope in these trying days. We pray in your name. by John T. Pawlikowski, OSM

  • Prayer to End Gun Violence Lord Jesus, as you approached the city of Jerusalem, Before your passion, As you people waved palms in your honor, You saw the city and wept over it because you Loved it. You knew of the violence and chaos you would suffer In that beloved city still you loved it and wept over it. Lord Jesus, look upon our cities, weep over them, Love them and protect them. Weep over us and strengthen us as we suffer Violence and chaos. Weep over us and love us. Lord Jesus, weep over us and love us.     (See Lk 19)\ by Father David O. Brown, O.S.M.


Book Review/Commentaries

  • Things to Come A Commentary by On Church, Faith, Future by Fr. Joseph Chamblain, O.S.M

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