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intercession,

n a prayer in which a request is made on behalf of another person.
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He shared these intercessions had resulted in positive and measurable outcomes in line with slated goals and were audited and verified by independent agencies.
The intercession will last three hours; from 10 am to 1 pm.
During the blessing, two blessed candles are held near the throat in the form of a cross while a short prayer asking for the intercession of St.
I hope he will be officially declared by the Church so that more people will seek his intercession and he could help more people,' Ana said.
Together with the Ukrainian community, the President's wife took part in the worship service of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Cathedral of the Intercession of the Mother of God and of St.
The prayers of intercession were read from a book written by David Adams.
The Vatican said Pope Francis approved a decree attributing a miracle to her intercession during an audience on Thursday - his 79th birthday.
The Vatican said Francis approved a decree attributing a miracle to Mother Teresa's intercession during an audience on Thursday - his 79th birthday.
Pope Francis has cleared the way for her sainthood by approving a decree recognising a miracle attributed to her intercession with God.
Obama's policy change was the culmination of more than a year of secret negotiations that involved an intercession by Pope Francis, the facilitation of the Canadian government and an extraordinary telephone conversation between the U.
The move comes after the Pope approved a miracle credited to the intercession of Paul VI, who died in 1978 after a 15-year pontificate.
Vatican theologians have given their approval to a miracle attributed to the intercession of Pope Paul VI, moving him a step closer to sainthood.