Prayer and Special Needs Requests

With 9 Basilian Priests and more than 1,000 students, the Catholic Central family is a powerful source of prayer and support. If you have an intention you would like us to keep in mind, please login to MyCC and click on the Prayer Request tile on the Resource Board. 

Prayer requests are published below for those who asked that their request be shared with the CC family. 

Prayer Requests

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  • For the repose of the soul of Mr. Mark Schwab

  • Prayers for Health and Peace Needed

    Hello Prayer Warriors,
     
    With the sunshine, blue skies and green grass we are feeling the hope of Spring.  Our hopeful prayers are needed to support the following people.
     
    Anne Stevelinck, mother of Johnny ’15 and Jake ‘21 who is undergoing surgery next week for a tumor on her spine.  Unfortunately, due to the COVID outbreak visitors will not be allowed at the hospital.  Anne will have to go through the surgery and in hospital recovery alone.  Please pray for a successful surgery and a healthy recovery for Anne physically, mentally and spiritually.
     
    Please remember Robert O’Brien class of  ‘10 , son of Patricia Thull O’Brien who would appreciate  prayers for his good health and healing.
     
    May God, the Creator of all, bless Anne and Robert and their families with good health, protection and strength. May God, the Holy Father take away all Anne and Roberts health related problems and worries and the Holy Spirit give them peace, freedom, strength and protection.  Amen.
    Mary Alma Mater, Pray for Anne and Robert                   St. Basil the Great, Pray for Anne and Robert
     
    With Sincerity,
     
    Bridget Stockton
    Catholic Central Mothers’ Club Past President 2019-2020
    248-496-8034
  • For the repose of the soul of Kathleen Corrigan

    I wanted to pass along news of a recent death.  Kathleen Corrigan, Mother to Maureen, Mother-in-law to Kenneth and Grandmother to Sean ’11, Connor ’14 and Kyle ’20 Gaffney passed away on February 6th.
     
    Mrs. Corrigan will lie in state Monday, February 10th, at 10:30 a.m., until the time of her Funeral Mass at 11:00 a.m. at St. Owen Catholic Church, 6869 Franklin Rd., Bloomfield Hills. Following Kathleen's Funeral Mass, her family invites all in attendance to continue to celebrate her life with a luncheon in her honor, which will be held at Meriwether’s, 25485 Telegraph Rd., Southfield, MI 48033.
     
    In lieu of flowers, donations in Kathleen’s name are appreciated to Alzheimer’s Research.
     
    Father of all, we pray to you for Kathleen and for all those whom we love but see no longer. Grant to them eternal rest. Let light perpetual shine upon them. May her soul and the souls of all the departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
     
    Mary Alma Mater, pray for Kathleen           St. Basil the Great, pray for Kathleen
     
    With Sincerity,
     
    Bridget Stockton
    Catholic Central Mothers’ Club Past President 2019-2020
    248-496-8034
  • For Cathy Britz's husband Joe

    Hello Prayer Warriors,
     
    We are called to action.  Please start storming heaven with prayers for Cathy Britz’s husband Joe. They are down at Ohio State Medical Center for a month because he is having a procedure called Car-t done on Mon 2/10.  He has been recently received a very serious diagnosis of Lymphoma.  Your prayers will envelope the two of them in faith, hope and love.
     
    O great St. Peregrine, you have been called “The Mighty,” “The Wonder-Worker,” because of the numerous miracles which you have obtained from God for those who have had recourse to you.
    For so many years you bore in your own flesh this cancerous disease that destroys the very fibre of our being, and who had recourse to the source of all grace when the power of man could do no more. You were favoured with the vision of Jesus coming down from His Cross to heal your affliction. Ask of God and Our Lady, the cure of the sick whom we entrust to you, including Joe Britz and Kim Gulley.
    Aided in this way by your powerful intercession, we shall sing to God, now and for all eternity, a song of gratitude for His great goodness and mercy.  Amen.
    Mary Alma Mater, pray for us       St. Basil the Great, pray for us
     
    With Sincerity,
     
    Bridget Stockton
    Catholic Central Mothers’ Club Past President 2019-2020
    248-496-8034
     
  • For Kim Gulley

    Kim is the sister of Dawn Brownell-Adie and Aunt of Conor Brownell ’20.
     
    Kim has just been diagnosed with melanoma that has spread to her lymph nodes. Prayers for healing are needed so that the cancer doesn’t spread to other organs.  Please pray for her healing and for the healing of all others in our Catholic Central family that are battling this horrible disease called cancer.  Prayers are powerful and together we can lift up in body, spirit and mind those suffering with this affliction and their families.
     
    Father God, we humbly pray for all those who are fighting cancer. Give them the hope and courage they need each day. Comfort them in their pain and bless them with healing. Strengthen their family, friends, and caregivers. In Jesus’ name, Amen.
     
    Mary Alma Mater, pray for Kim                             St. Basil the Great, pray for Kim
     
    With Sincerity,
     
    Bridget Stockton
    Catholic Central Mothers’ Club Past President 2019-2020
    248-496-8034
     
  • For relief from progression of Parkinson's

    Kathy Dominski - Aunt of Ross Johanningsmeier 2021
  • Special Need Request for John Cicchelli's '66 wife, Vicki

    • We Need Your Help. I am John Cicchelli, Class of '66. My wife, Vicki, needs a kidney transplant. Please read her story. Thank you.

      I am asking for a few minutes of your time. I am not good at asking for anything, but I am forced at this point in my like to do so.

      In 2012 my doctor required a CAT Scan. The results found I had a mass on my right kidney and, because it was quite large, both the kidney and the mass had to be removed. Fortunately, the outcome was very positive, no cancer. I have led a very normal life since, until last fall. I was told by my doctor that I need a kidney transplant. My left kidney is failing. I have been unwillingly thrown into the world of transplants. I feel lucky to be living in a world where it is possible to be helped. I need to find a match, a donor, someone willing or someone you know willing to donate a kidney.

      Life can be normal with one kidney. Donors are screened by U of M and all information is very confidential. Please call me for more information, and thank you for your thoughtful consideration. I have to try to reach as many people as possible...the reason for my request. Thank you forever!

      Vicki Cicchelli (810) 229-9934
     
     
     
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