Prayer Requests

Prayer Requests for Our Cathedral Catholic Community

We welcome prayer requests from all connected to our Cathedral Catholic community – students & families, employees, and alumni. Cathedral Catholic High School is more than a school. We are a strong faith family.  We turn to each other for learning, love and support in all ways. There are many times we come together in prayer.

Background
Prayer changes everything. Prayer, at its heart, is an act of faith, asking God to step in and believing that He is both willing and able to listen to us. Scripture reminds us of the power of prayer. The New Testament tells us that “the earnest prayer of a righteous person has great power and produces wonderful results”(James 5:16). The Old Testament shows us that God is there for His people again and again.  In Isaiah 41:10 our support from God is confirmed: “do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.”  Jesus taught us to bring our every need before God, and He assured us that “whatever you ask the Father in my name He will give you” (John 16:23).  Pope Francis reminds us that through God, all things are possible “When coming from the heart, we know that prayer works miracles.”

Requests
Are you or a loved one in need of prayers? We welcome prayer requests from our Cathedral Catholic community. Our community is ready to take your concerns to heart and to God through our prayerful intercession. Your prayer intentions are sacred, and you can rest assured that we honor them.

You may submit your prayer intention online. We invite you to fill out the Prayer Intention form on this page. 

CLICK HERE to Submit Prayer Intentions


Please pray for these CCHS community requests:

  • The repose of the soul of our beloved teacher, Zak Meyers, who passed away recently after a long battle with cancer. 
  • For strength and healing for Kenneth Green, brother to Paul and Estella Green.
  • For Ibtesam Abdel-Rahman Dessouky, grandmother to Leila Class ‘20, Sherif ‘22, Samir ‘23, Ramsis ‘25, and future Don, Nadeen ‘27, who passed away after a long illness.
  • For the Maki family after the recent passing of Jon Maki, father of Christian Maki ‘23.