Prayers

May 2022

Recent Deaths

Please join us in prayer for these members of the Marianist Family

Family Members and Friends

Alexandria “Lexi” Aniyah Rubio (Uvalde, Texas), who died on May 24th.

Bro. N’dri Ada Ferdinan, SM (Abidjan, Ivory Coast), who died on May 23rd.

Shirley Gillespie (Omaha, Nebraska), Marianist Affiliate, who died on May 21st.

Marilyn Andrews (Sebastopol, California) aunt of Bro. Gary Morris, SM, who died on May 16th.

Josepha Jean Kuklinski Fitzpatrick, mother of May Kay Fitzpatrick, who died on May 14th.

Rev. Joseph Doran, brother of Martin Doran, teacher, (St. Laurence College, Dublin, Ireland) who died on May 7th.

Kate Rossi, (Springfield, Illinois) Marianist Affiliate, who died on May 8th.

Moala Litania Filimoe’atu, granddaughter of Maimoa Feneisaloi, Campus Minister (Chaminade University of Honolulu) who died April 23rd.

Betty Hoffman, mother of Bro. Paul Hoffman, who died May 5th.

Thomas Rolf, Lay Marianist and graduate of St. Mary’s High School, who died on May 2nd.

Eugene Jablinski (Dayton, Ohio) brother of Brother Paul Jablinski, SM, who died on May 2nd.

John Zampier, (Albany, New York) uncle of Brother Brian Zampier, SM, who died on April 28th.

Brother Paul Meyer, FSC, (Ellisville, Missouri) long-time staff member of Christian Brothers College High School (St. Louis, Missouri), who died on April 28th.

Admiral Ronald Zlatoper, (Honolulu, Hawaii) 1959 graduate of St. Joseph High School (Cleveland, Ohio), commander of the Pacific Fleet and former chair of the Chaminade University of Honolulu Board of Regents, who died on April 21st.

Those in need of prayers and healing

Mary Ann Chang

Fr. John Whelan

Walter Wong

Beth Longbottom

Fr. Roland Bunda, SM

Nancy Davies

Fr. Pat Philbin, SM

Ron Knueven

Joe Groner

Nancy Davies

Don and Hilda Jorn

Phyllis Scharner

James Finn

Bro. Stan Zubek, SM

Bro. Jack Somerville, SM

Joe Aspell

A.J. Wagner

Rebecca Betz

Bro. John Campbell, SM

Pamela Villalobos Casanova & family

Bro. Robert Juenemann, SM

Tamara Moehl

Let us continue to pray for our country and our world during this COVID-19 pandemic. We remember our Marianist Family members who have loved ones who are ill with the virus and those who mourn the loss of a loved one from the virus. We pray for all those who are ministering on the frontlines and those sheltering-in-place during this challenging time.