My involvement in St. Mary ‘Parish ministry “Padre Pio Prayers Group” has been for me both as an opportunity to my express my gratitude to God and to quench a quest for spiritual enrichment.
It is gratitude because, despite the hardships that most of us face regularly in our daily live, I consider that I have been blessed multiple times by the Holy Trinity and Mother Mary. Indeed, many times, with the Saints, Angels and Archangels, they came to my help and protected me and my family even before I ask for their Mercy.
So, moved by a spirit of thanksgiving I feel the need to give back to our Christian community after all these graces received. This is the way I see my contribution by for example setting the chairs for the audience before our prayer group meeting or simply welcoming this public at the entrance with handouts and a box where they can leave us their prayer requests. I feel joy and happiness doing it. And, it is like they are giving back too.
Joining PPPG has been a blessing to me, not only did I meet beautiful people who also have the same goal to continue to strive to live a holy life but they also inspired me to do my other ministries in the church more effectively.
I always look forward to the talks and the presentations on the life of St. Padre Pio as it energizes me and makes me love to pray and do more things for God. Being an intercessor for people who need our prayers is a wonderful work of charity that teach me to love, appreciate and understand others. PPPG has a special part in my heart and I really look forward to seeing it with more members and help them to reach heaven.
By: A spiritual daughter of Saint Pio
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