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May 10, 2010

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Prayers for the Rome Group

by carrollministry

Christ never allowed us to walk alone. He always sent us out two by two, but he also gave us people to pray for us. On This trip we have the distinct privilege to share our experiences in prayer with our family going to Rome. We decided to split up our groups and pray for each other. The group that is going on a pilgrimage to Rome and our group have already been able to share mass together and come in fellowship just to spend time together. The idea behind the prayer partners is that it allows us to walk with our brothers and sisters through the entire trip. We will have the opportunity to lift someone up in prayer and in return be lifted up. I think the most powerful part of this is the fact that it was we, the students, who wanted to have prayer partners. We really are part of a family and I am so excited for that family to grow with our new friends that we will meet in Guatemala and in Rome. Even though we are thousands of miles apart we can be connected through Christ and the Eucharist.

George Lund

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  1. Kim Loberg
    May 11 2010

    We love the idea of prayer partners. It gives us a sense of security just knowing how much all of you care for each other and are there for one another. And above all, there is comfort in knowing that each and every one of you are united under the one true God! With God in charge, your experience will be so special and will definitely live in your hearts forever and ever. Vaya Con Dios, and know that your loved ones at home are also praying for you during this awesome time.

    Love, Kim and Tom Loberg

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  2. Kim Loberg
    May 11 2010

    There is comfort in knowing that all of you are united under God! With God in charge, your experience will be special and definitely live in your hearts forever and ever. Vaya con Dios, all of you! You are also in our prayers during this awesome time.
    Kim and Tom Loberg

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  3. Jack Oberweiser
    May 11 2010

    We will be praying and following your journey throughout your trips. God will bring you safely back to all of us here at Carroll; we await the abundance of sharing that will transpire upon your return.

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  4. George Lund
    May 12 2010

    Hello to all. Know that there are people in South Bend, IN praying for you also.

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  5. Karen Grove
    May 13 2010

    Great thoughts George, the thousands of miles mean little when we are united in Christ….. What a good thought for all of us to hold on to….

    SouthBend, Moccasin Montana, or Guatamelua …….
    United in one Church-
    One God-
    One Holy Eucharist –
    …..blessed 🙂

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