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"Dear Lord we ask you to cover us with Your protection against all harm and evil and to bind every spirit that may come against us. Into Your hands Dear Lord I commend my body, mind, soul and spirit. St Michael the Archangel pray for us"

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Welcome to the Circle of Prayer where we invite anyone from anywhere in the world to set aside just a few short minutes a day to be joined together in prayer. Our prayers are for each other, for those who ask for prayers, for all families, for governments and for those in the world who make decisions that affect the lives of any of us, be they in business, banking, education, health care, industry, law and order, scientific research, social services, voluntary organisations or world organisations.

This invitation is open to:

Every Man, Woman & Child; Any creed and none; Every nation under the sun; Every walk of life and profession.

Regardless of colour, creed, gender, nationality - YOU ARE MY BROTHER OR SISTER!

"No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of Continent, a part of the main; if a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as well as if a manor of thy friends, or of thine own were; any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in Mankind. And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for thee." (John Donne)

I place my hand in yours as we pray together for this beautiful world of ours - God's creation - and for the intentions of all those who have asked us to pray for them. They can all be found in the  Prayer Book. If you have a special intention that you would like added to the Prayerbook just complete the Prayer Request form and it will be added and included with the prayers of all those great Prayer Warriors who join us in prayer. Perhaps a nice short prayer for all the intentions in the Prayer Book could be:

"Father, bless all those who have requested prayers in whatever it is that you know they may be needing this day! Father, we ask You to heal the broken bodies, broken hearts, broken minds, broken spirits, broken hearts, broken marriages and broken relationships and may all their lives be full of your peace, prosperity, and power as they seek to have a close relationship with you. Amen."

This is your prayer, in your own time, your own way, your own place but joined with the prayers of others worldwide! Each week we send out a Weekly Reflection, just something to help us a little bit, and the prayer intentions are always included in this too. There are also different areas of discussion that affect me both as a Christian and as a Catholic and these will be added to the site as various issues arise.

Check out the links above to get some answers and remember, just as the tiny mustard seed grows into a fine big tree, so too can one person lead to two, twenty, two hundred, two thousand, twenty thousand - such is the power of the Internet!


Moytura has several other sites with a 'Christian flavour'. Prayerful Thoughts & Thoughtful Prayers is a little collection of prayers and thought-provoking stories, and a few links to some other really nice websites. Reflections for Lent offers a daily meditation for the 40 days of lent and the week leading into Easter. As part of my Journey section of the website join me to learn a little of the Early Christian Church in Ireland by visiting Clonmacnoise, founded by St. Ciaran on the banks of the River Shannon in the 6th. Century. Read about Saint Brendan the Navigator who started a Monastic settlement in the tiny village of Clonfert in the 6th century, located on the Galway/Offaly/Tipperary border. Travel on my journeys to two of Canada's most famous Catholic Shrines - Saint Anne de Beaupré and Cap de la Madeleine, both on the shores of the Saint Lawrence river in Quebec. Finally I welcome you to come with me to see a little of Medugorje, a peaceful haven in a war-torn country - Bosnia-Herzogovina. Please also pay a visit to  Moytura's Irish Bookshop where you can find books on the history of Christianity in IrelandIrish Prayers and Celtic Christianity

Below are some of the other areas of Moytura's web site.

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