The Diocese would like to present our two hospitals with a Spiritual Bouquet from the people of the Diocese as a thank you for all their hard work.
What is a Spiritual Bouquet?
“Spiritual Bouquets are prayers or devotional acts that someone (the giver) has or will offer for someone else (the recipient). It can be given from an individual or group to an individual or group to express joy, sorrow or best wishes, often in commemoration of a special occasion. The recipient is given a card or something similar indicating who the giver is and what the spiritual bouquet consists of. This can be the number of Masses attended, Holy Communions offered, rosaries and/or other prayers said, or good deeds performed. It should include the sender’s name and the number of times each offering was or will be done, and it may also include the dates.”
The Diocese would like to present our two hospitals with a Spiritual Bouquet from the people of the Diocese as a thank you for all their hard work, and to let them know that we are stills supporting and praying for them. The link I have pasted below would take them to the Diocesan web page where they can decide how many rosaries, or other prayers they would like to offer in this bouquet. The total number would then be collated and a presentation made to the hospitals in a few weeks’ time. We will run this for two weeks.
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