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Pope: ‘Tiredness of Priests! Do You Know How Often I Think About This?’

July 04, 2018. Holy Father’s Prayer Intention Video Released for July 2018

“The tiredness of priests… Do you know how often I think about it?” is how Pope Francis launches, in his video, the prayer intention for July of 2018.

The Pope’s intention this month, states the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network, is: “Evangelization: Priests and their Pastoral Ministry: That priests, who experience fatigue and loneliness in their pastoral work, may find help and comfort in their intimacy with the Lord and in their friendship with their brother priests.”

The intention acknowledges: “Priests, with their virtues and defects, work in many different areas. Working on so many active fronts, they cannot remain inactive after a disappointment. At such times, it’s good for them to remember that the people love their priests, need them, and trust in them.”

Let us pray together that priests, who experience fatigue and loneliness in their pastoral work, may find help and comfort in their intimacy with the Lord and in their friendship with their brother priests,” noted Pope Francis.