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Bible Quiz


1. Name the four Gospels.
2. Name the eight Beatitudes.
3. In which Epistle is Charity talked about?
4. In the Book of St. John, Christ performed a miracle for the multitude. What was it?
5. What is the last book of the New Testament?

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When will my prayers be answered?

When will my prayers be answered?
I often wonder, but I wait patiently!
Prayers are powerful tools,
But they are not hard to do.
Anyone can pray, no matter who you are.
You can say them in bed, in the car or even outside.
I like to say my prayers kneeling beside my bed.
There is no end; prayer is always something
You can turn too.
Prayers can be relaxing when you’re having a bad day.
It’s always nice to know there is someone to talk to.
Many don’t believe in prayer but they will never stop me.
Too many people believe in the wrong things, 
And do bad deeds.
I know I can’t stop that, but I will pray.
When will my prayers be answered?

There is too much hatred in the world,
So I will pray for the world!!!
When will my prayers be answered?
I realize many of my prayers may take a lifetime to be answered,
But I will continue to pray—always and forever!
I don’t care what everyone else does because
I want to do the right thing.
To me, prayer is a good start.
The way the world is now, we need to pray.
As long as there are people, there will always be prayer.
And they too may need your prayers.
Keep praying, someday your prayers maybe answered!
Don’t give up, I always say.
But the thought still lingers in my mind…

When will my prayers be answered?

By Valerie Novak

A Special Prayer

From: P. Fedorovich

I am sending you a prayer my son, Frankie, found on a prayer card when he was 9 years old. He made a special effort to share it with me by copying it onto a piece of paper and giving it to me. He was very proud of his effort because at the time he was having a difficult time with his writing skills. Frankie is doing great now, by the way! God is so good!

Wake Up Prayer

Good Morning God, in Heaven above.
Bless me now with all Your love.
Be by my side throughout the day,
at work, at school, at home, and play.
Help me do the things I'm told
so my parents won't have to scold.
Help me be a cheerful friend,
whose always ready to lend and bend.
Good morning, God. Help me to see
the beautiful world you've made for me!

Poems and Prayers from St. Andrews

I really enjoyed your web site. It is a wonderful for children. I am one of three RE teachers for the 2nd grade at St. Andrews at Andrews AFB, MD. We asked our children to write prayers and we were hoping you would post them on your web site. They all did such a wonderful job, and we are so proud of them. They are making their First Communion this Saturday, May 3rd, 2003 at St Andrews. It has been a tough last few months with some parents being deployed overseas. We would really appreciate if you could post any or all of these wonderful prayers our children wrote from their hearts...

Thank you and God bless!
Mary Ann Sabo
April 29, 2003

Dear Jesus,
Thank you for making my prayers come true and for helping my sister be ok and making her a little better. Thank you again for letting me receive your body and blood.
Christopher Sabo (age 8)

Dear Jesus,
I'm thankful because my dad came home safely from overseas and that we are alive.
Christina Correia (age 7)

Dear Jesus,
I am really excited about making my 1rst communion. I like going to church and praying to you.
Sean Geron (age 7)

Dear God,
I love making my first communion.
Hunter Neubarth (age 7)

Dear Jesus,
I pray that you can heal the sick people all around the world.
Gabrielle Dickey (Age 8)

Dear Jesus,
It is almost time for my First Holy Communion. I wish that my friends and family will come to my First Holy Communion.
Kaitlin Eckman (7 years old)

Dear Jesus,
It is almost time to receive you in our hearts. My family and friends are congratulating me. My grandma is so excited about me walking in my dress. I can't wait till she come to celebrate. Amen.
Stephanie Avants (Age 8)

Dear Jesus,
I want to make my First communion because I think it will be fun.
Ricky Sparr (age 8)

Dear Jesus,
I'm about to take you in my heart to know you even more, to share myself with everyone. I am happy to do it because I have been waiting for years. I am celebrating with my friends. I am glad I get to share it with you.
Kayla Ball (age 8)

Dear Jesus,
You can say a prayer anywhere you go, in the car, at home or int Sunday School.
Paul Cormier (age 8)

Blessed Mother,
Thank God, for me, for letting me be born.
Patrick Galvin (Age 8)

Dear Jesus,
Thank you for my family, for my house and three dogs and a cat.
John Wilson (age 8)

Dear My God,
Thank you for this day of holy blessings and let every day be holy. I will be thankful for the good things I did and the bad things I did. I will be praying at church. Bless the food, money, and nice people and our hearts and family.
Jhullian Garcia (Age 9)

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