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When To Ask For Prayer Request

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When do I ask for my pray request when saying the rosary. Before or after?

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When To Ask For Prayer Request
by: J. C. C.

Hi, Friend, The following comments are solely my personal way of praying,I believe there is no right or wrong way to pray, so long as those prayers are offered to God with Faith, Hope and Love. When praying alone, I usually mention my petitions and the names of those for whom I'm praying, directly before the first mystery. Then between each mystery I ponder on those petitions and the people for whom I am praying. [My petitions are very rarely on my own behalf as I am fully open to God's will, which is a huge change from the me that was!]. At the end of the Rosary,and before the Salve Regina, I pray my thanks for all answered prayers [I believe there is no such thing as unanswered prayer] even if those answers are not the ones for which I and those for whom I was praying was/were hoping. When praying with others, as in the family Rosary, I usually limit my petitions to five and mention one prior to each mystery with a prayer of general thanksgiving at the end. May God Bless and protect you and your family.

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God our Father, we offer to you all of Jesus wounds, blood, passion,crown, face, merits and works of his heart and all masses in world for all sinners and our selves each moment. Please forgive us and have mercy on us. supply all our needs always. In Jesus Name we pray. Amen

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