Prayer Chapel

“When believers pray, they move God’s heart, for whom nothing is impossible”
– Pope Jon Paul II

For more than 60 years, prayer has been the most powerful of tools in sustaining the pastoral work of Aid to the Church in Need. We count on the ongoing prayers and support of more than 700,000 benefactors worldwide to aid and inspire our mission to serve the suffering Church.

Likewise our prayers flow back to our family of faithful to offer comfort in times of trial. Here in our Prayer Chapel, you will find words of peace, comfort, and inspiration.

The power of prayer cannot be underestimated. As the Catechism of the Catholic Church notes: “Whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you will receive it, and you will.” (Mk 11:24)

Your prayers — including the greatest prayer of all, the Holy Mass — are a priceless gift to the ongoing mission of Aid to the Church in Need.

Offer a Mass Through your Mass Offering, you bring God’s compassion and love to your loved ones, but also hope to those who celebrate the Mass in Communion with the Saints. Offer a Mass now.
Submit a Prayer Intention The Carmelite Sisters of Sarajevo, Contemplative Sisters supported by our generous family of faithful, will gladly pray for you from their convent in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Submit a prayer intention now.
Meditation and Prayer The power of prayer cannot be underestimated. As the Catechism of the Catholic Church notes: “Whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you will receive it, and you will.” (Mk 11:24.) Visit the Meditation and Prayer center.
Request A Prayer Card For your spiritual comfort and inspiration, we will gladly send you our prayer cards. Request a free prayer card now.
Request a Mass Card Share these thoughtful expressions of your love, care, and concern with your friends and family. Request your complimentary Mass Card now.
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