Praying Together

Screen Shot 2021 01 02 at 2.26.57 PMJoin us this month in the midst of the Lenten season, with Roundtable vice chair, Kevin Fitzpatrick from Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New Orleans praying for the cause of our African-American “venerables” in the queue for canonization as a three year follow up to Open Wide our Hearts and Black History Month. 


Time: 
Friday, February 26, 2021 //  11 AM EST/10 AM CST/9 AM MST/8 AM PST
Facilitator: Kevin Fitzpatrick, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New Orleans
Topic: Praying for the cause of our African-American venerables during Black History Month



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Additional prayer resources from our colleauges

Bread for the WorldFinding Hope, Ending Hunger on Both Sides of the Border

Catholic Relief ServicesLead the Way on Hunger: A Solidarity Prayer Service and Reflection (En español)

Dorothy Day Guild
Charged with forwarding her canonization, the Guild and Roundtable prayed, Hope in Hard Times: A Novena with Dorothy Day from September 16-24. Over the course of its traditional nine days, we “spiritually gathered” (in the words of Pope Francis), invoking Dorothy’s presence and example. On the ninth day, Roundtable members gathered virtually to pray the final reflection and prayer together. Below are the daily reflections, which were shared via email to Roundtable members:

pdfIntroduction
Day 1 - pdfSolidarity
Day 2 - pdfHealthcare Workers
Day 3 - pdfGenerosity and Those Who Have Lost Work
Day 4 - pdfEssential Workers
Day 5 - pdfThe Marginalized
Day 6 - pdfJustice
Day 7 - pdfFaith Communities
Day 8 - pdfNon-violence
Day 9 - Hope and Delight


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