Rorate Caeli

Let us pray

For those in areas affected by the typhoon, severe storms and floods in the Philippines - for the souls of the hundreds of deceased, for their living kindred, for all those so deeply affected so close to one of the most joyful seasons of the Catholic world.

4 comments:

  1. Forever Faithful12:00 AM

    Thank you very much for this post. My wife is from the Philippines, and she just mentioned to me today of the sadness of so many people in the Philippines during this most joyous and happy Season. Yes, let us pray for these dear souls, both departed and those who have lost loved ones. May God bless us, everyone as we enter the celebrattion of the birth of His Son.

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  2. How can we enroll the poor souls of the victims who perished in this flashflood (almost 1,000!) to the Purgatorial Society. Do we have to send individual names (which would be very cumbersome)?

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  3. Thank you New Catholic and the rest of the Rorate Caeli contributors for offering prayers for my countrymen in the south who were affected by the severe rains and flooding.

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  4. Anonymous4:05 AM

    Ivan, just email me a reminder. Thanks

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