Prayer Request: my 20 Year Old Niece has Cancer

Update: my twenty year old niece, Amanda, has cancer. The cancer spread rapidly to her liver, spleen, lungs, and spine. It is considered stage IV metastatic cancer. She begins her treatment Tuesday, August 31st, 2021. The doctors say her treatment has only a small chance of success.

Please pray for her. I would like people to pray for the intention that God might heal her, but also and most especially please pray that she die in a state of grace. The soul is more important than the body. Please remember her at any Mass you attend.

Ron Conte

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25 Responses to Prayer Request: my 20 Year Old Niece has Cancer

  1. Dawn says:

    Dear Ron,

    Please be assured of my prayers for your family.

    Blessings,

    Dawn

    Sent from my iPhone

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  2. Robert L Fastiggi says:

    Dear Ron,

    Please know of my prayers for Amanda. We trust in God’s mercy.

  3. King Robert the Bruce says:

    That’s terrible news thoughts and prayers Ron

  4. MichaelT says:

    Including Amanda in my daily prayer intentions and during Mass at the consecration. I lost my sister to breast cancer when she was in her 30s, so this resonates close to home. God bless your family.

  5. Matt Z. says:

    Will go to mass tomorrow and offer it for Amanda.

  6. Sunimal Fernando says:

    I pray for her. Also I pray , what you ask .Please ,Call Jesus calls in India.you can find them from Google.They have power from heaven.

  7. Barbara says:

    I will pray for the intercession of Australia’s Saint ,St Mary MacKillop

  8. Alex says:

    Keep you both in my prayers! God is stronger than anything, if it is His will

  9. sc says:

    Have been praying at the Hour of Mercy and will continue to beg our Triune God for healing for Amanda both of body and soul. May our Heavenly Mother comfort and strengthen your family during this challenge.

  10. I’ve also been praying for Amanda and will continue to do so. God bless you and your loved ones.

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