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 Bill Campbell

    Could you possibly pause for moment to pray for Kelly Campbell’s Father, Bill Campbell. Bill is receiving hospice care and his health is declining quickly. Kelly has been involved in the mothers club in the recent past for the four years while her son Danny attended Catholic Central, and graduated in 2017. Kelly remains an active alumni and her father is tremendously supporting of Catholic Central for all of the love and support the school and community has bestowed upon Kelly and Danny and their entire family.

    Please pray that Bill Campbell and his family find the peace, comfort and grace of the Holy Spirit to help guide them through the difficult days ahead.

    Thank you for the comfort we find in Your presence. Through the Holy Spirit we know Your presence is with us. Send us Your peace Lord; the peace that passes all understanding. Don’t let us waiver and doubt. Give us a faith that is everlasting. We release Bills life into Your hands. Teach us how to embrace the coming days with faith. Give us strength to hold up those who are stepping closer to seeing You face to face. Take away the fear in the heart of our loved one who will soon see You; let Bill, Kelly and their family find peace in Your grace, comfort in Your love, and strength in Your mighty power over death. Comfort them.

    ”May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope” (Romans 15:13).

    Mary Alma Mater, pray for Bill St. Basil the Great, pray for Bill
  • For Carol Campau

    Prayers for Carol Campau as she faces another heath issue.
  • For Pam Ford

    Could you please take a moment out of this busy holiday time and say a quick prayer for Betsy Adler’s mother, Pam Ford. Their family just found out that she has two tumors on her spine, one of which is at the base of her brain, pressing on her spinal cord.  She will be undergoing surgery and radiation over the next few weeks.  Betsy, a former Mothers’ Club member and her husband Doug, the Past President of the Dad’s Club along with their daughter and son Kellen ’19 appreciate the prayers and support of the Catholic Central Community.
    May the love of Jesus and His healing power touch Pam and her family in a special way during these coming days. May the Savior’s strong arms and prayers of special friends embrace and hold them close until Pam’s body mends.
    Mary Alma Mater, pray for Pam     St. Basil the Great, pray for Pam
  • For Maddie Lockwood

    Maddie is 10 years old and recently diagnosed with Leukemia.
  • For the Balmforth family and all those saddened by illness and death

    As we approach the beginning of the Holiday Season, if you have a minute to pause and keep the families that have recently been saddened with illness and deaths in your prayers that would be much appreciated.  Thanksgiving and Christmas can be poignantly painful for families, especially those that are recently dealing with tragedies
    Here is a special request to continue to keep the Balmforth family in your prayers.  As Helen’s father recently passed away, now her mother-in-law, Diana Balmforth is suffering with ill health.  Please keep Helen, her husband Mike, son of Diana along with Jack Balmforth, class of ’22,  grandson to Diana Balmforth in your prayers.  Let’s hold them close in our hearts and pray they find the strength and grace to make it through these difficult times.
    May God Bless you and your families during this Joyous Thanksgiving Holiday.  Here is a Thanksgiving prayer I though you might enjoy sharing around your table on Thursday.
    Thankful Lord,  You've blessed me beyond measure. I am thankful that in my heart lives life's greatest treasure. That You, dear Jesus, reside in that place and I'm ever so grateful for Your unending grace. So please, heavenly Father, bless this food You've provided, and bless each and every person that celebrates around this table.
    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
  • For Dan Wandzel

    Brother of Ron Wandzel '85 and Ken Wandzel '86 and Uncle of Ryan Wandzel '12. Dan battled cancer and has been in remission for five years and it has returned. He i s aveyr strong person with a great attitude and will battle again. Please keep him in all our prayers. 
  • For the repose of the soul of Anthony Millazzo

    Hello Prayer Warriors,
    It is with great sadness that I am writing to let you know of another member of our Mothers’ Club parents passing away.  Angela Quick’s father, Anthony Millazzo recently entered into God’s hands.  The funeral arrangements are as follows:
    Visitation on Thursday, November 21 from 3-8pm at Molnar Funeral Home, 2544 Biddle Avenue, Wyandotte, MI.
    In State at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, November 22 at St. Vincent Pallotti Parish and St. Patrick Catholic Church, 135 Superior Blvd., Wyandotte.  Funeral Mass to follow at 10 a.m.
    Please keep Angela and her family in your prayers this week.  Let us lift each other up in prayer as so many of us are suffering with sickness and deaths in our families recently.
    Father, We pray for Angela and others in our circle of family and friends who are grieving...
    They're hurting for many reasons, and I ask You to help them through this season of loss. I reach out to You, the Father of compassion and the Source of every comfort, asking You to touch them with Your unfailing love and kindness. Be their God who comforts them as they're going through their struggles, and bring them through the tough things ahead. Come alongside them in their pain, and strengthen them so they'll one day be able to help others who face the same struggles. (2 Corinthians 1:3–4; Psalm 33:22; 1 Samuel 20:14a)
    Mary Alma Mater, pray for Anthony              St. Basil the Great, pray for Anthony
    With sincerity,
    Bridget Stockton
    Catholic Central Mothers’ Club Past President 2019-2020
  • For the repose of the soul of Ron Rowe

    Hello Prayer Warriors,
    Your prayers are needed for Helen Balmforth and her family.  This morning, Helen’s father Ron Rowe passed away.  I am certain your prayers during his time spent in hospice care were essential to both Helen and her family.  Could please continue to pray for all of them during this time of sorrow?  The funeral arrangements are as follows:
    Visitation for Ron Rowe will be Monday, November 18th, from 3-8pm at Harry J Will Funeral home in Livonia.  Funeral Mass will be on Tuesday, November 19th, at St. Edith’s in Livonia.  He will be lying in state at the church beginning at 9:30am.  There will be a luncheon to follow the funeral services.
    "Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord,
    And let perpetual light shine upon him.
    May he rest in peace.
    Mary Alma Mater, pray for Ron             St. Basil the Great, pray for Ron
    With sincerity,
    Bridget Stockton
    Catholic Central Mothers’ Club Past President 2019-2020
  • 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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