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 family of Valander Smith

    Valander Smith lost his battle to cancer October 8th. Please keep his wife and young son in your prayers. 
  • For Jennifer Petrovich

    Please pray for Jennifer as she begins treatment for breast cancer. Prayers for her three young sons and husband as well. 
  • For the repose of the soul of my aunt, Janet Kamph

    She passed away September 28th, and for my mother, Alice Schilling, who is suffering with dementia and will be put in an assisted living center soon.

  • Prayers for Gene Pulice Sr. for a speedy recovery from surgery

    Gene Pulice Sr., father to CC Varsity Coach Gene Pulice, was involved in a serious car accident. He has undergone extensive surgery for broken bones and multiple injuries. He remains stable and his gaining strength. His road to recovery will be over a few months and he could use prayers for strength, patience and health. His spirits are high and his will is strong!

     
     
     
  • For the repose of the soul of Brody Slimak

    and for the entire Slimak family in this difficult time. 
  • For Donna Hohl

    Please pray for my grandmother, Donna Hohl. She is struggling with several medical issues. She is having difficulty with her breathing and with pain.
     
     
  • For a little soul who needs our heartfelt prayers.

    A little soul needs our heartfelt prayers.  Maureen Szczypka, former Catholic Central Mothers’ Club Executive Board member has a grandson that is a 22 week gestational baby with a heart defect.  The infant, Peter is the nephew of alumni Eddie Szczypka ’16.  Infant Peter is scheduled for a fetal interventional procedure on Monday, September 30th.  The entire family needs our prayers in this incredibly precarious time.  Let’s emotionally lift them up in prayer. 
     
     
    St. Gerard, who, like the Savior, loved children so tenderly and by your prayers freed many from disease and even death, listen to us who are pleading for baby Peter. We thank God for the great gift of Peter and ask Him to restore him to health. This favour, we beg of you through your love for all children and mothers.
     
    St. Philomena, Patron Saint of Infants, babies and youth please pray for Baby Peter, his parents and his grandparents. Let the surgery be successful and relieve the worry and tension for everyone involved.  Hold Baby Peter in YOUR hands until his parents can hold him in THEIRS.
     
    Mary Alma Mater, pray for Peter.  St. Basil the Great, pray for Peter.
  • For the repose of the soul of Maria T. Saucedo

    Grandmother of Jacob Saucedo ‘22. Luke Saucedo ‘23. Our Lady of Guadalupe, help us. ‘’Be not afraid”
     
     
  • Prayers for the Hess Family for the passing of my Dad

    My Dad passed away yesterday afternoon. He was Nolan Hess's (2023) and Nick Hess's (2015) grandfather. Please keep them in your prayers. 
     
     
  • For Michelle Niemiec

    Your prayers are in need for a fellow CC Alumni mom, Michelle Niemiec, mother of Chris Niemiec ’93.  Michelle is recovering from a recent lung transplant and would greatly appreciate all of our prayers.
     
    May he restore Michelle’s energy and work to heal her after surgery. May God inspire her heart to have hope and strength as she recovers. We pray that Michelle will soon be well and that God will give her a speedy recovery.
     
     
  • For Jody Collino

    Our continued prayers are needed for Jody Collino, mother to sophomore Joseph Collino.  Mrs. Collino is back in the hospital due to complications and she needs our prayers!  A huge thank you to all of you that have blessed the family with meals during this difficult time.  We have answered their physical needs, now they need our spiritual help. 
     
    Lord, your Word speaks promises of healing and restoration and I thank you for the miracles you still perform today. Today we claim those promises over Jody Collio.  We believe in the healing power of faith and prayer and we ask you to begin your mighty work in the life of our friend, Jody. Please reach down and surround both her and her family with supernatural peace and strength and give them the faith to believe that all things are possible for you.
     
    Mary Alma Mater, pray for Jody.  St. Basil, pray for Jody.

     
  • For my friend Jaxson Boisclair

    Jaxson has Ulcerative Colitis and has been in the hospital for over a month battling complications. 
  • We need some fervent prayers for Rosemary Davidsons' brother Bill.

    Hello Prayer Warriors,
     
    We need some fervent prayers for Rosemary Davidsons’ brother Bill.  Bill has been fighting many years of serious illness and is currently fighting an aggressive bacterial infection.  Prayers are needed so the infection subsides, the medicine works and Bill will be spared of having his foot amputated.  Please take a minute to say a silent prayer for Bill and his entire family.  Your powerful prayers are greatly appreciated!
     
     
    O Holy Spirit please come like a dove.  Shield and protect Bill now.  Cover his wounds with Your grace feathered wings.  Shield him from sorrow, breathe hope songs within.  Tend with Your goodness the pain that he bears.  Heal now his sickness with miracle care.  Carry him high far above till he sees your rainbow of promise, and that real hope lies ahead.
  • Prayers for our Miracle League Player Jax Johnson on the Royal Stars team.

    Jax is in the ICU at Mott and he is almost 12 years old. He was in very grave condition when he arrived last week but it slowly making process. The Miracle League is very grateful for all the volunteer support we receive from CC and ask that prayers be made for Jax and his family.

     
     
     
  • For Ryan Romanczuck '00

    Ryan suffered a severe brain hemorrhage and is need of your prayers and support.
  • 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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