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please pray to Father God to forgive my family for their sins, in Jesus name amen!
- JP
To put my health as a priority and not give in to cravings. To be more like Jesus and love my boyfriend the right way according to Godly-wisdom.
- Meg
Jesus, please bring Scott home safely
- F
Jesus, help me to love the right man in the right way. Thank you for having pointed towards a direction.
- Woman
Please pray for my childhood best friend Debra who is taking care of a sick family and is facing homelessness. I'm deeply grateful, thank you.
- Karla F.

Le Chœur gai de Montreal (Montreal Gay Men’s Chorus) sings at the annual pride mass at Christ Church Cathedral in the Anglican Church of Canada’s Diocese of Montreal. Photo: Janet Best/Anglican Journal

[Anglican Journal] Music played a healing role for many Anglicans after an amendment to the marriage canon that would have recognized same-sex marriage failed to pass at the Anglican Church of Canada’s General Synod 2019. 

After the vote in Vancouverqueer youth delegates sang a round affirming the need to “love each other, love yourself and love your God” and were joined in song by many supporters. The next day, they sang the same round in protest outside Christ Church Cathedral, where the primatial election took place. 

Now a new resource offers further potential for music as a source of affirmation and inclusion. On July 16, three days after the vote at General Synod, the Hymn Society in the United States and Canada released a new hymn collection, “Songs for the Holy Other: Hymns Affirming the LGBTQIA2S+ Community.”

Read the full article here.

The post Queer hymn collection offers ‘much-needed’ resource for LGBTQ+ Anglicans and allies appeared first on Episcopal News Service.

- Lisa
For relief from my binge eating disorder. That I learn to have a better relationship with food, myself, and most importantly God.
- Mahogany G.
My mother 82, has severe painful arthritis and edema, fell, broke her leg and then contracted MRSA. Please dear God take away her pain, heal her, she is afraid.
- Pamela
For every LGBTQ+ youth and elder, to have peaceful days and no more worries.
- Castor