Light a prayer candle for your New Year's resolution!
Catholic Online's candles are a perfect reminder for that important resolution.
New Year's is a time of resolutions and Catholic Online is offering prayer candles to help you keep yours.
For as little as a dollar, each person is invited to light a candle that will burn for anywhere from a week to forever, as a symbol of their prayerful intentions. For those making New Year's resolutions, a candle may serve as a wonderful reminder of that resolution and could even help you to keep it!
These candles can be shared across your social networks, or by email, by simply sharing the link to the page where your candle burns. This makes them perfect offerings for people who are far away and who cannot be beside you to light a candle with you.
People appreciate having candles lit in their name because they demonstrate that someone special is thinking about them.
In proper Catholic tradition, they also serve as intentions for the sick, prayers for healing, and memories for the deceased.
Candles are also a good way to request a blessing, particularly for new endeavors such as in business, school, and of course, promises and resolutions.
We invite you to check out this prayerful corner of Catholic Online and to light your own candle today. Please note that as a filter for spam, candles may take up to a day to appear on the page. You will be notified by email once your candle is lit.
Light your candle now!
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Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for March 2014
Respect for Women: That all cultures may respect the rights and dignity of women.
Vocations: That many young people may accept the Lordís invitation to consecrate their lives to proclaiming the Gospel.
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