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How to Start Family Prayer Night Devotions

Parish Family Prayer Night Devotions are weekly liturgical or para-liturgical services that include family-led prayers before the Most Holy Blessed Sacrament, and are lay organized and maintained.

They are led by the lay faithful in response to Pope John Paul II’s request for family to family assistance in the spirit of The New Evangelization, when he said: “Prayer must become the dominant element...in the Church: prayer by the family, prayer for the family, and prayer with the family.”

We provide a free booklet on How to Start Family Prayer Night Devotions and Eucharistic adoration in your parish community. In it, you will find everything you need to get started.

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Jesus the Divine Mercy is ready to forgive even the gravest sins if only you ask for His forgiveness and mercy. Jesus, I Trust in You!

Our Lady of Guadalupe, Protectress of the Unborn, put an end to human sacrifice in Mexico and converted 8 million hearts to the Gospel of Life. Through her intercession and the prayers of our children, we believe that human sacrifice by means of abortion can also be eliminated throughout the Americas and the world. Click here.

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Prayer Requests

Family Prayer Night has a network of people who intercede for the needs of others.

When you submit a request, you can be assured that your intentions are being prayed for.

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Prayer Warriors Needed

People of compassion who would be willing to intercede and pray for the petitions received from this Family Prayer Night website, please consider this an invitation.

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Family Prayer Night 25th Anniversary

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Parish’s Family Prayer Night set to mark 25 years
By Jeff Kurowski | The Compass

GREEN BAY — Many of the faces have changed and recently, the day of the week changed, but over the past 25 years, the mission of Family Prayer Night at St. Agnes Church has remained the same. The weekly gathering provides a vehicle to spend time with the Lord in a prayer-rich environment.

Family Prayer Night’s origin dates back to October of 1990 when a group of people wanted to pray together and continue a special devotion to the Blessed Mother. Their inspiration included pilgrimages to Medjugorje, prayer at Holy Hill in Hubertus, Wis., and a rosary rally at the Chapel of Our Lady of Good Help in Champion.


Chastity, Mass Media & Respect Life

Why Chastity

Why Chastity


Formation in chastity is the formation of personality: who we are, what we believe and stand for, how we act and treat other people, and most of all, how we love.

It touches upon the secrets of our very nature and involves the most intimate depths of our body and soul. This formation will determine whether or not we become people of integrity, honor, and justice. In truth, only a chaste person is truly free to give and receive pure love.

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Mass Media

Mass Media


A study of 1,792 adolescents, ages 12-17, showed that watching sex on TV influences teens to have sex. Youths who watched more sexual content were more likely to initiate intercourse and progress to more advanced noncoital sexual activities in the year following the beginning of the study...Basically, kids with higher exposure to sex on TV were almost twice as likely than kids with lower exposure to initiate sexual intercourse. - Study Conducted by RAND

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Respect Life



For a house to be a home, it is necessary that it be welcoming, hospitable, open to life, stable, safe, and warm with affection and love. Both father and mother must have the most profound reverence for the sanctity of life and its transmission in the sanctuary of the womb, as they cooperate with God in love and in the creation of human life.

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9% of Catholics who attend weekly Mass, 35% who attend Mass at least once a month and 60% who only attend Mass a few times or less a year do not believe that Jesus is present in Holy Communion (CARA research, 2008).

Outside of the Catholic Church, most Christians view the Eucharist as either something spiritual, symbolic or non-existent.

Volunteers at FamilyPrayerNight.org are currently producing a new full-feature video to re-present Catholic teaching on the Real Presence of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament to help not only Catholics but all people realize God’s unfathomable gift of Himself to us in the Holy Eucharist.

To help better understand this great mystery, we’ll look to Sacred Scripture to see how the Eucharist is prefigured in the Old Testament and becomes reality New Testament. We'll also learn what Jesus meant when He said, “I am the bread of life...unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you do not have life within you” (Jn 6:48, 53).

We’ll learn what the early Church Fathers believed and how they worshipped. We’ll also examine nearly 2000 years of official Church teachings on the Real Presence of Jesus in the Breaking of the Bread.

And finally, we’ll back everything up with evidence from Church approved Eucharistic Miracles that have been independently verified by scientific research and analysis.

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The Church has recognized more than 150 Eucharistic Miracles that have been granted by Our Lord as testimony to the truth: ordinary bread and wine becomes the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ at the words of Consecration during every validly celebrated Mass throughout history. The Miracles at Lanciano, Tixtla, Sokolka and Buenos Aires were chosen for your consideration because they have been verified by independent scientific analysis and research.

Lanciano, Italy
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Tixtla, Mexico
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Sokolka, Poland
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Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Buenos Aires