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A Blessed 2013!

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Merry Christmas! (Our Lady of Hope, photo by rosevoc2)

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How To Write An Intro Paragraph For An Essay

How to Write an Intro Paragraph For an Essay By Rosalinda Flores-Martinez
There are many ways how to write an intro paragraph for an essay, as you want to emphasize in your work.

But first, you have to establish your purpose in writing and make up a thesis statement.

Narrow down your subject in specifics. Your first paragraph could introduce your topic or cite that the essay is worth reading, and that the writer is interesting and human.

You can start your intro paragraph using the following approaches.

Start with an anecdote.

Readers want interesting examples and stories which they could relate to. They need to know each one's different tales that could shed them light and zeal.
My boyfriend for one week was an android. All he had to text me were the same phrases in exclamation marks, "Love you! Miss you!" I sent back the same messages. So that was how some programs were made, after human responses.

Start by description.

You can describe people, places and events, amon…

Thank you, Dear God. We pray for all.

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Forgot Your Speech?

Forgot Your Speech? How To Recompose Your Thoughts Quickly Before You Take Stage By Rosalinda Flores-Martinez
Talking before a crowd or an audience begets high spirits! It shifts power to the fourth gear and a rupture of charm for a few minutes on stage, like a rock star!

But suddenly, you forgot your speech...

Here are some tips on how to recompose your thoughts quickly before you take the stage.

Know your audience.

Your speech must be suited for your audience. Are they students? Experts? Crowd?
Remember in any of the above, common and simple words can create an impact, if the words will be used appropriately.

Focus on the title.

The title is your theme. All that you will be speaking about should contribute to the theme. Know what your title promises.

Draft a quick outline on a sheet of paper.
Write key words and make a few sentences leading to examples. Be sure to provide the answers to the lead paragraph or the final paragraph answering: what, where, when, who and how, among other…

On December 4

by Rosevoc2

Today - we wait for Christmas.

And while I think of what's best to write -

Most about charity.

Life is short - let us learn more of good things to do or share

Maybe, ask for... if in God's grace.

God's grace comes with a pure heart -

And the small miracles, we all could not explain.


A Small Prayer

Dear God, we pray for peace and love

and those desires that would fit our tired world today.

We will be happy with You.

Help us discover each blessing we receive everyday.

Help us not to lose hope.

Breathe hard your Holy Spirit and guide us along the best pathway of our lives. Amen

/rosevocations.12042012

This November 29th

After not so being focused on my writing affairs -

I'm glad to be back ---

Actually, I don't know what  to start with

But then it is like moving after

houses are burned

war in Gaza

breaking up with a husband

starting a new job

or going back to church

Living one a day at a time - in any place

in acceptance of every person big and small

is grace and joy

And beyond all the things, you can ask for

have or not have

miss, deny, or ask pardon of

desire, trash or think about

I've always realized that in God - all things

were

are

and will be.
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So, don't worry now.  God knows our hearts.

Mama Mary, we pray for peace and charity.

St. Hannibal, pray for us.  Send O Lord, holy workers into Your church.

Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, we trust in You.

Missed you a lot,
RoseVoc2 on ishallwrite

In November: The Uses of Death

Masters of the world say communities have to be voracious readers for civilization to progress. As I came across this book, "Cities of the Dead," by Joseph Roach (1941), I thought there was something special about the topic, because we are the living and soon, we would all die. Of course, everyone must savor the life we have because life is a gift from God. Yet, life is a balanced equation. It comes complete with death. Birth is equal to death. That is why Jesus Christ came for us, to give us more, that we may be worthy and happy of the present. The present will be tomorrow. Tomorrow will be the next past. Such is the cycle of time. Death has many uses.

Cities of the Dead showcases murals, cemeteries, burials, festivals, historical monuments, art, and pictures of cities that convey no words but a heritage. Codes, symbols, and issues suggest functions to be deciphered by scholars. The forgotten dead but not gone opens a collective memory for the living.

Moreover, poets sing …

In November Rush

Did you miss me?




I got busy drawing hands



All those hands: leaders', workers', servants'



And yours the most!



The clouds bothered on some nights, their shapes unpredictable



as your laughter and grin -



I miss your eyes



And those times you couldn't answer my favors, but just look at me



How innocent your gaze!



And your mouth pursed like a moon



And your face glowed like tequila



I adore you.     /rosevoc2 on ishallwrite

How To Develop A Reputation As A Credible Author

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How To Develop A Reputation As A Credible Author

By Rosalinda Flores-Martinez



Being a good writer is not just writing a paper and getting an A. It is not just being published one time, read one time, or trying a manuscript one time. "It is hard labor," that truth in Eliot I have always remembered in my Literary Criticism subject under Professor Campomanes.



As for me, aside from my daily grind of life, I have discovered my bones as a writer. My life is embedded in what I have learned from time and finding solace and inspiration in my work as tasks I could share. I find my work challenging and excruciating, too, like something you just can't leave or not do. I can leave all others, but not writing because it sustains my existence and my communication with the Divine. I don't assume anything I'd get from it, but as I find it so comforting, it brings me bliss and all inside of me, bursting like foam of clouds and fire from heaven. …

Saint Pedro Calungsod, pray for us.

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Blessed Pedro Calunsod, pray for us. (Thank you / from St. Anthony Church, Paranaque City); posted by Rosevoc2

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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Journal Entry /

October love comes silent as dawn
Like autumn, always waiting

Memories of burning twigs
And hot afternoons, waning moon

It goes stale and cold, like snakes and rats
For long, there had been no stars

No flowers, no hope, no zeal
Reveal your love and be home soon.

Blessed Pedro Calunsod, pray for us.
Dear God, show us your love.

Cyberspace Is For Everyone

The World Wide Web is a gift of technology to the people in the 21st century.




It deems numerous benefits for the people and the cyber community. As a means of communication, it works like the speed of light.



As made up of science it could not be the property of any government, but of those who own its tangible domains and documents, and of course, the author and his assigns (as in the basic copyright laws and the fundamental laws).



The internet is a virtual society. It is egalitarian (Wikipedia). It can serve as schools to out of school youth, a library to busy students, workers and professionals, an update and news to the global community across oceans.



It volunteers in the "I Share Community" free books, creative basic and experienced tips, free games, free movies, free knowledge, free mass celebrations, free consultation from experts and free ads; around the world! Everyone can easily afford and get access online saving time, money and effort in just one click.



Yes, the …

My Entry On Facebook /Re: Cyber Martial Law

They are watchful of the netizens because we do not cling to power. They make the laws like playing hangman; some of them without experiences, authentic academic resumes, and work expertise... they don't want advocates because theirs propositions are vague, probably hacked, or unreasonable for the good public and majority. Vague laws will tend to deceive people - its pros and cons couldn't be understood by ordinary people like us. We don't even even have the money to bail ourselves out --- so they'd do all they can to cut out tongues and suppress our hearts and thoughts - which in literature and or art - could be an opinion or thought for better thinkers; in journalism the exposition of real facts - if they are real in their cause - why are they playing up on the peoples' right to freedom? Why would they want to monopolize? Freedom of expression is not the job of a popular few like those in power; in fact it is our job; and everyone's gift to communicate. We ar…

BLESSED PEDRO CALUNSOD, PRAY FOR US.

In October: Black

Cyber Martial Law is like jailing everyone; that it seems so stupid and irrelevant - how could it bring all  netizens to jail?  How could a law be just if it deprives human rights and freedom of the press ; cyber expression?

Just laws are those laws that will benefit the majority and not only those in power.  Just laws also answer even that of moral duties.  Freedom is for everyone.  Laws should be aimed at progress, not barriers.

May God help us in our work and what will be good for all.  Rosevoc2.10032012.

St. Hannibal, pray for us.

Aderisci con la tua firma all'iniziativa



Sant'Annibale Maria Di Francia

"Patrono delle Vocazioni"



I Rogazionisti e le Figlie del Divino Zelo promuovono un'iniziativa per chiedere al Santo Padre Benedetto XVI la grazia di proclamare Sant’Annibale M. Di Francia “Patrono delle Vocazioni” e affinché possa essere invocato quale intercessore da quanti sono in ricerca vocazionale, dagli operatori di Pastorale Vocazionale e da tutti i fedeli che pregano per le vocazioni.



Il prossimo 21 aprile 2013, IV domenica di Pasqua, ricorrerà la 50° Giornata Mondiale di Preghiera per le Vocazioni. Un appuntamento importante per la vita della Chiesa, in quanto, come ha detto Giovanni Paolo II, “il problema delle vocazioni sacerdotali e anche di quelle religiose maschili e femminili è – e lo dico apertamente – il problema fondamentale della Chiesa”.



Per questa missione Sant’Annibale M. Di Francia spese tutte le sue energie e la sua esistenza. “La moltitudine di persone non ancora r…

DEAR GOD

Dear God,


In time of affliction, protect my body my heart and my soul.

Sustain me with strength and help me with my needs.

Let me trust you my all, that those in my heart and those whom I've promised my prayers will see the light of God.

Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, we trust in You.


/Rosevoc2. 083112.posted on Thursday, September 27, 2012.
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In September 2012: I shall always write for you. Love, RoseVoc2

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FOR VOCATIONS, IN SEPTEMBER

I’ve been missing you in my hiatus;  it’s been a while since I’ve written you. Now, I’m back in September, after August nights.  I could see I always

fall in your arms.  My longing to be with you hasn’t changed.  I thought, I could stop writing you, thinking I might end up a laughing stock or might

just be disturbing your sacred moments; but then, God sends me again and again: if?  I don’t know when I’d end up these letters, be in touch with

reality, but maybe, God allows in His mercy that I speak to you in scripts, so arduous for me, because face to face, I can’t speak, but in gaze.  So the

texts, better greet you and chants in spring!  I feel mute, but just kissing your hands, unless of work status:  I’m available!  Smiley icon blinking with

lights! Awesome clouds of white petals raining down, “I love you!” Why can’t I just be normal adoring you?  I thank you all, for that which

you have done to me,  including all, who I don’t even see or touch hands. I thank you when you fall to the ground pray…

IShallWrite In September

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How I Write Poems

How I Write Poems


There are many books and essays on how poems are made, Rilke’s How Poems Happen, how I write, or like George Orwell’s Why I Write...

In as much as, I want to gather all the fibers that have been woven and thread them together at this time, I will share how I weave my own, as taught, as read, as practiced, and with all due respect to my professors and other writers and poets.

When I was an MFA student, I was a mother who wanted more than 24 hours of a day to get closest to the life I lived. That ranges from the 20th century (December 1, 1901 – December 31, 2000) and the 21th century (January 1, 2001 – December 31, 2100) now, where I will end.

I must admit, I was chipped before the boom of technology. From the magnetic tapes on checks and tickets, I evolved with internet cards and got promoted with servers today. That was how I lived.

Everyday, I was a witness as to how technology evolved from big mobile phones, car phones, antique phonograph and stereos, boom box, …

How To Develop A Reputation As A Credible Author

By Rosalinda Flores-Martinez

Article Word Count: 468

Being a good writer is not just writing a paper and getting an A. It is not just being published one time, read one time, or trying a manuscript one time. "It is hard labor," that truth in Eliot I have always remembered in my Literary Criticism subject under Professor Campomanes.



As for me, aside from my daily grind of life, I have discovered my bones as a writer. My life is embedded in what I have learned from time and finding solace and inspiration in my work as tasks I could share. I find my work challenging and excruciating, too, like something you just can't leave or not do. I can leave all others, but not writing because it sustains my existence and my communication with the Divine. I don't assume anything I'd get from it, but as I find it so comforting, it brings me bliss and all inside of me, bursting like foam of clouds and fire from heaven. Of course, my younger days were over, when I got big paymen…

You: Billows of Guilt?

You didn't do it! Every tear


you shed, a cluster of icicles

enshroud. Your kiss, pure as



water. Your arms, overworked

with guns. Your thighs, steadfast

for duty. You asked for nothing,



but my love. You were a Muslim

and I was a Christian. We were

two different worlds. Our ages did



not meet, but in the equinox of the

suns. Our backgrounds were odd to

each other. The only thing common



was love and God. I didn't abandon

you when time separated us. You were

always in me, we were one Cross.





Billows of guilt, let come to heaven!

Never will I deny you, I will drift with you

fire on fire, knees on knees, limb on limb.



Your memory is my memory in the

stone walls. Your love, my weeping

trail. God is forever! In every billow



of imperfection, in everything or nothing -

He is a cloud that comforts...

Every vein in your arm, I will remember.



"Assalamu alaikum"

And peace be with you.     /for You, my love   rosevoc2 on ishallwrite. august 2012 also on poemhu…

August 7, 2012: A Prayer Poem For Calamities

Lord, we can do nothing but wait at what would come to us.

We are nothing but dust, yet you make us your children.

Our hands cannot reach out, but only measure from one arm.

Our feet cannot run, but only walk a few steps till the next turn.



We cannot hide God, but just stay where we are.

When the earth shakes, the waters rise and darkness visit our lands,

We can only cry for your mercy and seek your face.

Where are you dearest God?



Please protect us and those we love.

Hold each falling leaf and sweep with your breath every rattle of doom.

God come! Come, God to us, and carry the weak earth,

Every crippled nation and mend those teeth all cracked from the mouth of life.



We are so afraid dear God...

Forgive our transgressions.

Help us rest with you, forever!

Halt the chaos/flood, and give us tranquility/sun!

Be our strength!



Most Sacred Heart, we trust in Thee.

All angels and saints, hear our prayers.

Into your hands, God Almighty,

We commend our lives.


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Als…

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Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, we trust in You

Different Articles You Could Write

Different Articles You Could Write

By Rosalinda Flores-Martinez



What are the different kinds of articles we can write? Here's how: Make a plan of campaign. It should develop possibilities to the utmost. Ideas should be fresh and very interesting.



Keep up zest and read widely. Talk to people. Instead of scorning what falls below your own standards try to learn from it. Writing about the different aspects of life gives thrills and rewards, and the same applies to art, music, architecture and every other creative field.



Check this:



1. articles



Write helpful and meaty articles. Do blogging. Join online articles marathon and invite traffic to your website.



Remember to write what you know and where you specialize. Readers will be happy to spend time reading more information one can apply and learn in life.



2. general interest



Common knowledge and basics of things are usually read. It is not that readers don't know, but they just want a refresher and standards as guidelines. It…

A Poem of Fire: Thank you you Tube

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Are Morals Important?

A basic universal question ponders, "What are morals?"

In the intermediate academy it asks, "What sense does it make?"

The 21st century gives an answer to the question, "Are morals important?"

How far can we go from here?

Today, everyone races with technology and counts in seconds. One press on your keyboard and you have got an answer. One press in the source code and there's an explosion. One press in a machine dials hello and goodbye or on and off. Everyone is in a culture of speed, though time moves as it was before now. Time is constant and only God can adjust the earth's hands.

The earth has new cities like global cities or the World Wide Web, among others. Truly, progress has come a long way from the days of our wars, from the quest of knowledge when man started to build fire. Man has learned a language, and when Christ has risen, man has enjoyed heavenly provisions.

Hence, we are endowed with many blessings to build a better world, enjoy i…

Pope Benedict XVI: A Message

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Caramoan: Life

RoseVoc2 In June 2012: Ishallwrite

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For You. Train 69

After a series of litanies, I am ready to die.

I am holding those things that will only suffice

For a day, after one journey over

No food, only a few drops of liquid to wet my throat

No movement inside my body. In me frozen.

Maybe, near death -

When the lights were on, the air went cold

The doors banged the walls

Latch and locks opened just in wars;

And darkness brushed our seats numb in fright!

Ah death, may be near

The archer next to me, guards like St. Michael

His hands were swift and strong

But no feelings, like in war

My fingers numb too, no shivers, just palms

Waiting for God's mercy and flame.

I could cry a flood of storms

But no, we have all struggled here

That old woman with a box, is a dragon

Her son, a monument of young blood

Her daughter, meek of heart

And the rest, holding on to an angel's promise.

I couldn't close my eyes;  eye and soul open

In the night, heart beating fast, mind awake

Hands clasping and counting hours until dawn, in

The hour of bliss and gr…

Train 69

After a series of litanies, I am ready to die.

I am holding those things that will only suffice

For a day, after one journey over

No food, only a few drops of liquid to wet my throat

No movement inside my body. In me frozen.

Maybe, near death -

When the lights were on, the air went cold

The doors banged the walls

Latch and locks opened just in wars;

And darkness brushed our seats numb in fright!

Ah death, may be near

The archer next to me, guards like St. Michael

His hands were swift and strong

But no feelings, like in war

My fingers numb too, no shivers, just palms

Waiting for God's mercy and flame.

I could cry a flood of storms

But no, we have all struggled here

That old woman with a box, is a dragon

Her son, a monument of young blood

Her daughter, meek of heart

And the rest, holding on to an angel's promise.

I couldn't close my eyes;  eye and soul open

In the night, heart beating fast, mind awake

Hands clasping and counting hours until dawn, in

The hour of bliss and gr…

How To Begin Your Essay

How To Begin Your Essay


By Rosalinda Flores-Martinez



"The essays are attempts," as the essayist Michel E. De Montaigne describes. They're expressions of thoughts and feelings from the writer's discontent. Like fiction, the essay has a plot, which is the beginning, middle, and end.



"All that's begun well ends well," says a proverb, so here are ways to begin an essay.



1. By definition



A word or phrase can be defined. An idea can be defined. A dictionary could be used for the denotative meaning, or a writer's informal definition would be useful for fresh and original ideas. Basically, to define something is to answer the question "What?"



2. By an anecdote



Short, lively stories and/or sketches invite those who are curious about life. Some of these anecdotes are noted from the Bible, literature books or success stories. Just be careful and make sure, the anecdotes are not so familiar with the readers and must relate to the content and idea of…

How To Write A Summary Paragraph About An Article

A summary has to include the most significant details. It has to be organized and no alteration of facts. Remember your book reports in elementary and high school when the teacher asked you to make a comprehensive book report and write a good summary. That has never changed. It is also the same with a summary paragraph for an article and/or any literary text, including the fairy tale stories, among others and the textbook essays, or the Gettysburg Address. Really read the article, write it, of which the content must be in your own words. See if you can work from outlines or subtopics. You can compare your work to the original texts, and then check. Express the article and limit your words. An example is the condensation of a fiction story. It is a standard to make the summary not more than 500 words long. Don't misrepresent the facts. Don't change the point of view. The article can also be summarized into a short paragraph. Remember your lead paragraph. If it is a news story, it …

How To Narrate Your Own Life

Truth is the one way out. A. However you want to please others, it will only last for a few minutes or only when you have money and are up there. Life is never constant. It continues to turn. Time breeds life and death. The earth will surely grow old, and until whence, no one can tell. One sure thing in life is living it with meaning. Every new day is an achievement. Every new breath is a triumph over trials. Every new day is unexpected fate and a bonus gift from the Creator. And whether one likes it or not, the flesh has its end. However, faith in a Creator, gives people the hope that everything will turn out right because the human race is God's own. In whatever state of life one is built, entails a responsibility to one another. To be happy, life must be lived courageously, truthfully and with charity. The Holy Spirit guides the heart. Wisdom and lessons come to the humble. Some don't learn enough because they learn everything too soon. How far have the peoples gone? What were the…

The Holy Door

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Tông đồ của việc cầu nguyện cho ơn gọi và Cha của trẻ mồ côi và người nghèo.



Thánh Hannibal Maria Di Francia sinh tại Mê-xi-na, ở Ý, ngày 5/7/1851. Thánh chỉ mới 15 tuổi khi nhận được “ mạc khải Hãy cầu xin” trong lúc cầu nguyện trước Mình Thánh Chúa : Thánh cảm nhận cách sâu xa rằng ơn gọi trong Giáo Hội chỉ đến qua lời cầu nguyện. Sau đó, Thánh thấy Chúa Giê su đã truyền chúng ta cầu nguyện như vậy trong Phúc Âm khi Ngài nói: “ Anh em hãy xin chủ mùa gặt sai thợ ra gặt lúa về”. (Mt 9:38, Lc 10:2).

Những lời này trở nên sự thấu hiểu nền tảng, và Thánh đã dâng hiến trọn đời mình cho sự thấu hiểu này. Cùng với việc trở nên một linh mục ( 16/03/1878), thánh dấn thân cứu giúp đời sống luân lý và thiêng liêng của những người nghèo nhất thành phố mình. Một trong những đặc điểm của cuộc đời Thánh là tình yêu thương bao la của Thánh đối với người nghèo và trẻ mồ côi.

Để thực hiện những lý tưởng tông đồ của mình trong Giáo Hội và t…

Tips: The Professional Freelance

Tips: The Professional Freelance




The writing profession is not an "easy buck." But why do some people still like to be writers and pursue the instability of writing?



It is true that like teaching, it is almost a "thank you," compared to high corporate salary rates, yet its the excitement, freedom, self-fulfillment, and honor are way beyond what money can buy. That is my belief as a writer.



My dream was to be journalist. However, I did not take Journalism because my parents thought I'd rather study a business related course. And so, did I. And so I got married early because I never enjoyed my work.



Writing never left me. It haunted my days as a housekeeper. While taking care of my kids, I took up Journalism in a home-study program. There were no online classes before, so I had to write my essays legibly and piously. And thank God, I passed the international correspondence course. That became my second degree.



From thereon, I started to live a challenging domest…

To All Mothers: Happy Mother's Day!

31:10-31



Epilogue: The Wife of Noble Character



10 [b]A wife of noble character who can find?

She is worth far more than rubies.



11 Her husband has full confidence in her

and lacks nothing of value.



12 She brings him good, not harm,

all the days of her life.



13 She selects wool and flax

and works with eager hands.



14 She is like the merchant ships,

bringing her food from afar.



15 She gets up while it is still night;

she provides food for her family

and portions for her female servants.



16 She considers a field and buys it;

out of her earnings she plants a vineyard.



17 She sets about her work vigorously;

her arms are strong for her tasks.



18 She sees that her trading is profitable,

and her lamp does not go out at night.



19 In her hand she holds the distaff

and grasps the spindle with her fingers.



20 She opens her arms to the poor

and extends her hands to the needy.



21 When it snows, she has no fear for her household;

for all of them are clothed in scarlet.



22 S…

Our Prayers Like A French Kiss

God, Let Your Holy Spirit Be In Us




How everyone worries



With all that happens now -



How like rags we kiss the ground



How like water we would flow



And unstopping, lend our thoughts of kindness.



And because we're all imperfect, and we want to help,



Our prayers and good wishes sent to One God unite



Like a French kiss, like humans do, full of passion.



Maybe, we are serious



Maybe, we are not.



These troubled times, truly, there are no tags



Just the naked body



No color, no gender, no status, no country,



Just life, solemn as light popping clouds of hope



One precious creation, the earth has suckled



First milk from breasts dropped in pain and sweetness



A concoction only Heaven brews, for us



We are all fed, nature above and below us feed.



Our minds grow, heaven's gift to nourish our lands



And from time to time, we learn our lessons



That man has limits



That man needs man



That man finds truth yesterday, now and tomorrow



That man must respect each other.



That man must love, and



That man …

On Work /Vocation: Prayer To Saint Hannibal

Prayer to Saint Hannibal












O Saint Hannibal, full of heavenly love









during your life here on earth









you lived faithfully according to the









interests of the Heart of Jesus.





















You followed His Divine command









to pray for holy vocations to His church









and dedicated your life









for the poor and the little ones.





















Intercede for us that we may be blessed









with an abundance of priestly, religious,









and lay vocations in the church;





















Inflame our hearts with your love









that we may become holy









and edifying modern day









disciples of Christ.





















I pray to you to obtain for me









from God the necessary grace









which I ardently desire









(mention your petition/s.





















Bless me, O Saint Hannibal









and my family









that we may all live together









in unity, peace, and love.





















Grant this through your intercession,









the graces of which your devotees









are in great need.









May all be for Gods glory









and the greater good of our souls,





















Amen.





















St. Hannibal pray for us.









Send O Lord, Holy Apostles into Your church.











/rogationist fathers







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On Work and Vocation: Prayer To Saint Hannibal

Prayer to Saint Hannibal












O Saint Hannibal, full of heavenly love









during your life here on earth









you lived faithfully according to the









interests of the Heart of Jesus.





















You followed His Divine command









to pray for holy vocations to His church









and dedicated your life









for the poor and the little ones.





















Intercede for us that we may be blessed









with an abundance of priestly, religious,









and lay vocations in the church;





















Inflame our hearts with your love









that we may become holy









and edifying modern day









disciples of Christ.





















I pray to you to obtain for me









from God the necessary grace









which I ardently desire









(mention your petition/s.





















Bless me, O Saint Hannibal









and my family









that we may all live together









in unity, peace, and love.





















Grant this through your intercession,









the graces of which your devotees









are in great need.









May all be for Gods glory









and the greater good of our souls,





















Amen.





















St. Hannibal pray for us.









Send O Lord, Holy Apostles into Your church.











/rogationist fathers







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