To pray, or to try to pray, is to seek God in His mystery, to open the eyes to the invisible, to catch the voice of His silence.

To pray is to come into contact with the unfathomable mystery of the pure truth that is obscurely revealed.


To pray is to plunge our minds into the inexhaustible mystery of the sovereign word pronounced by Christ of the Gospel.


To pray is to respond to the Love that challenges us at every moment and envelops us with His mystery to transform our existence.


To pray is to let the mystery of the infinity of the God's presence, of the immensity of His heart, invade our whole person.

For Vocations

Led by the Spirit for Mission. 

In the depths of their heart, all missionary disciples hear this divine voice bidding them to “go about”, as Jesus did, “doing good and healing all” (cf. Acts 10:38). I have mentioned that, by virtue of baptism, every Christian is a “Christopher”, a bearer of Christ, to his brothers and sisters (cf. Catechesis, 30 January 2016). This is particularly the case with those called to a life of special consecration and with priests, who have generously responded, “Here I am, Lord, send me!” With renewed missionary enthusiasm, priests are called to go forth from the sacred precincts of the temple and to let God’s tender love overflow for the sake of humanity (cf. Homily at the Chrism Mass, 24 March 2016). The Church needs such priests: serenely confident because they have discovered the true treasure, anxious to go out and joyfully to make it known to all (cf. Mt 13:44).

Pope Francis.


God wanted to restore his covenant in the depths of our hearts; he has reconciled our sinful world with his holiness. Gravely offended by the sin of humanity, God did not hesitate to give us his Son, so that he can repair everything and renew friendship. The reconciliation obtained by the Cross enters our own life by our personal and sincere conversion.

God invites us to confess our faults and to regret them, to ask forgiveness for his love hurt by all our offenses.

This forgiveness, God grant by opening our arms and he makes us feel the reconciliation by the deep joy of love found.

Jesus' Eucharistic Heart and Divine Mercy

God is love, a love that responds to sinners with mercy. Instead of punishing them, he wanted them to improve.

By the hands of Jesus, the Father touched our wounds and healed them. Through the extended arms and pierced heart of Jesus, God the Father has opened to the world and to each of us the treasures of his grace.

We too can have feelings of mercy. Divine Grace expands mercy in our hearts. The Virgin Mary has shown the excellence of her love in mercy. She shared her son's thought: "They do not know what they are doing." She had received special graces for her co-redeeming mission. Mary had feelings in deep agreement with this divine mercy. She probably had pity on her son, but especially on all those for whom her son was dying. Mary shows us the way of mercy. She invites us to come closer to the mercy ideal manifested by Jesus Christ in the work of salvation.

"Like Saint Faustina, we wish to proclaim that apart from the mercy of God there is no other source of hope for mankind. We desire to repeat with faith: Jesus, I trust in you!" (St. Pope John Paul II)

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We pray for current perspectives of the Church, for the intentions of the Pope.
We pray for the Conversion and for the Unity of Families.


Father, hear our prayers


  • We are praying to You for all Christians and for all humanity,

  • For those who have the greatest need and for those who do not know the marvels of Your Eucharist nor the miracles of Your love.

  • Remember Lord, those who are present and those who are absent, spread on all of them Your Eucharistic blessing! Make us come to You with more and more people.

  • For all Christians, so that they appreciate more the unique value of the Eucharist, we pray.

  • For the pastors of the Church, so they are motivated by a desire to lead the Christian people in the Eucharistic celebration.

  • For those who seek divine presence, so that they recognize and love the Eucharist.

  • For those who forget to say thank You, so that the Eucharist stimulates the action of grace.

  • For more priestly vocations, so that the celebration of the Eucharist will be provided wherever there are Christian communities.

  • We pray for Pope Francis, for his monthly prayer intentions.

  • We pray for our Bishop, all the bishops in the world, to lead the Church wisely and in each of their dioceses.

  • We pray for those who do not yet know the Eucharist in order to enrich their lives.


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The Pope's Monthly Intentions for 2019

Each year, the Holy Father asks for our prayers for a specific intention each month. You are invited to answer the Holy Father's request and to join with many people worldwide in praying for this intention each month. From time to time, the Holy Father may add a second prayer intention related to current events or urgent needs, like disaster relief. The second prayer request will help mobilize prayer and action related to the urgent situation.

The Holy Father has entrusted these intentions in a particular way to the Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network (also known as the Apostleship of Prayer), an organization that works to encourage Christians to respond to the Pope's appeal and to deepen their daily prayer. You can find more information about the Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network on their website. . . .


A Missionary "Spring" in the Church
That the breath of the Holy Spirit engenders a new missionary "spring" in the Church.


Dialogue and Reconciliation in the Near East
That a spirit of dialogue, encounter, and reconciliation emerge in the Near East, where diverse religious communities share their lives together.


The Future of the Very Young
That every country takes the measures necessary to prioritize the future of the very young, especially those who are suffering.

PRAYER NETWORK † Spirit & Life
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