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Introduction to Resources for Existing Teams
Welcome to the Resource Page for existing Prayer and Intercession Teams! We’re excited you’re here and have a desire to enhance spiritual growth of your group by offering formation about Prayer and Intercession.
This page begins with a letter from Archbishop Allen Vigneron encouraging all intercessors to stay committed to the ministry of Prayer and Intercession for their pastors and his leadership team. There are instructions for Prayer Leaders and Team Members and a link to update your profile information. We’ve included links to the Prayer Outline we encourage groups to use, Novenas, Sample Petitions and Training videos.
Should you have any questions or need assistance click here to email Mary Martin, Archdiocese of Detroit.
- Archbishop Vigneron’s Letter of Encouragement
- Click here to update your contact information.
Foundational Conviction of Unleash the Gospel
For everyone in the Archdiocese it entails making one’s relationship with Jesus and alignment with his will the central guiding principle of every aspect of life. This missionary conversion entails a strikingly countercultural way of living grounded in prayer, Scripture, and the sacraments; unusually gracious hospitality; a capacity to include those on the margins of society; and joyful confidence in the providence of God even in difficult and stressful times.
Jesus answered and said to them, “Amen, amen, I say to you, a son cannot do anything on his own, but only what he sees his father doing: for what he does, his son will also do.” John 5:19.