Please Pray for Robert Hickson

Please Pray for Robert Hickson

DEC 8, 2017 BROTHER ANDRÉ MARIE

Dr. Robert Hickson suffered a heart attack and was hospitalized Sunday night.

Our long-time friend, conference speaker, and Catholicism.org contributor is in critical care at a hospital in Winchester, Virginia, where he has undergone some reversals since his hospitalization.

In your charity, please pray for our friend, Robert, his wife, Maike, and their two small children.

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2 comments on “Please Pray for Robert Hickson

  1. Prayer for Healing Heart Disease

    Loving Father, you bring healing to the sick and make them well again.
    Trusting in your great love and mercy, and believing that
    whatever I ask from you in the name of your Son, Jesus,
    You will grant me if it is what is best and in accordance with your Divine Will,
    I lift up to You Robert who is in need of healing of his heart disease.
    Hear my prayers and bring Robert into your loving presence.
    Let the grace of your divine love flow to the different parts of his body,
    reaching the inner recesses of his being.
    Touch his heart and all the areas afflicted with sickness
    and let his body organs function normally.
    Touch his blood vessels and arteries and let his blood flow properly.
    Bring healing to all his nerves, muscles and tissues,
    especially those surrounding his heart.
    Console him, ease his pain and suffering and restore him
    to full health in body, mind and spirit.
    May he find hope in his suffering and offer it as a share in your own passion.
    Create a new heart in him and renew his life, loving Father.
    And after he has been healed, may he be a witness of your
    healing power and love and bring glory, honor and praise to you.
    All these we pray in Jesus’ name through Mary with all the angels and saints.
    Amen.

  2. Marvelous prayer, Tom. I join you in offering it for the poor man.

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