May the Peace and Grace of the Holy Spirit be with us forever!
Dear Missionary Friend,
We welcome the season of Spring. Nature’s surging life force is all around us and spectacularly apparent in springtime. Life renews itself. God has created the seasons for a purpose and Spring offers us a time to renew and to heal. Without a doubt, all of us are in some need of some type of healing, whether spiritual or physical. That’s why I’m writing about our Trinity Treasury Healing Enrollment Card. (Click here to view a full-size preview of our card.)
With this beautiful card you can enroll a relative or friend and we will include them in the daily prayers and good works of the Sisters and remembrance in a Special Monthly Mass for an entire year.
Simply indicate your loved one’s name on our online donation form. Any donation will support the work of the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity! Click here to make a gift, or simply scroll down to the bottom of this page.
All names enrolled and special intentions received for the Trinity Treasury Healing Enrollment are remembered and prayed for daily by our Sisters throughout our various ministries. All enrolled names as well as our benefactors like you are also remembered in a Special Monthly Mass.
I have read many letters and enrollment forms from our faithful friends, and it is obvious that the need for healing is great indeed. Many of you are heartbroken over a family member or friend who no longer attends church or receives the Sacraments, and you feel a loss in their lack of faith.
Many requests are for physical healing. You want prayers for someone who has cancer or having a serious operation. Perhaps your elderly loved one suffered a fall and you hope and pray that they are healed.
Then there are the many prayer requests for loved ones suffering from depression, PTSD, obsessive behavior, or from addiction to drugs or alcohol. These often cause many other problems in our lives, and many times are the reason that a marriage breaks up or that children are alienated from the family.
Many of you wrote to me on how the power of prayer was successful in overcoming your struggles and suffering and we continue to pray for your continued well-being.
The list of healing requests is indeed endless – but never without hope. For we have a Lord who is filled with love and compassion for us, who experienced the pain and suffering in His Passion to save us.
Your requests for healing come from the heart of your love for others. And so we pray together with confidence in God’s love for us that healing will be granted, if that is His will.
Together let us petition the Blessed Trinity to hear your healing requests so that there will be a continued speedy response to our many needs for healing.
Father Thomas Judge, co-founder of the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity stated, “Let God’s will be ours and may we find peace and healing in His heavenly will.”
We, the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity, will continue to pray for you and your loved ones. In closing, I offer you the comfort of Jesus’ words from the Gospel of John, “Do not let your hearts be troubled, trust in God still and trust in me.”
May God’s healingforce help you and your loved ones this Spring and throughout the year.
Sharing your prayers,
Sr. Marie, MSBT
P.S. All of us need some form of healing. When you enroll your loved one, you, too, will be remembered in our Benefactor Masses.