Prayers Request

I’m getting an outpatient back procedure tomorrow to treat my chronic back pain. Please say a prayer for me. Thanks.

Also, I’m thinking of putting some photos of myself online. What do people think about this?

Ron Conte

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7 Responses to Prayers Request

  1. jbbt9 says:

    Ron, I am praying for you. Will offer my morning Mass and Communion for you. I am in Ireland (GMT), so Mass will be well ahead of your treatment.
    Re photo: The lack of a photo is not something that has ever crossed my mind. For what it’s worth, I don’t think its needed.
    I will pray for you to receive Divine guidance on this. Surrender it to Jesus and i trust He will lead you.
    God bless.

  2. Teresa says:

    You will be in my prayers. I think it helps make the impersonal internet more ‘real’ so if you’d like to post photos, I say “Sure!” (but only if you feel comfortable doing so).

  3. Christine says:

    I am two hours in our Adoration chapel again tomorrow. I will pray for you.

    Ask our Lord to cover you with His Precious Blood from the top of your head to under the soles of your feet. I will also do it for you. God be with you.

  4. franciscofigueroa1 says:

    Ron, you continue to be in my prayers.

    Regarding the photos, it would be nice for me to also know you personally (well by photos as well) but pray about it to see what is best.

    I have been thinking of having a youtube channel as a lay apostolate but i don’t think it may happen any time soon. God knows.

  5. Matt Z. says:

    I will be praying for you my friend.

  6. Michael says:

    You’ll be in my prayers. I’d recommend avoiding the photos. Sadly, you get enough vitriol and hate from blogging the truth of the Catholic faith. I’d protect what privacy you can.

  7. Shane Hogan says:

    Hello again Ron. I will be praying for you.
    Re the comment I put on your article “The Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary”, and your reply, I wasn’t able to add any more on that page, so I respond here. In the Mystical City of God, the reference to Mary’s conception is in Volume 1, Book 1, paragraphs 209 – 213. God bless, Shane

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