Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Saint Rebecca Irene, pray for us!

Remember this summer, when I posted this story about my sweet little saint who loves to pray?

This weekend, I received the following email from a reader named Kim:

Hello Beth,

I follow your blog and wanted to share this short story with you. Today my 7-year old daughter, Sarah, lost a bracelet she recently received for her birthday. She was very upset. Normally we pray to St. Anthony for intercession when we lose things, but I told Sarah to pray to St. Rebecca Irene. Less than a half hour later, she found her bracelet resting on top of a yellow flower in our yard. :)

God Bless!
Kim
I was so happy to hear this!  I love that someone thought about my sweet Rebecca and asked her to pray for them.  (And I love that Kim's daughter's name is Sarah - with an h no less!)
I ask Rebecca to pray for me and my intentions all the time (and you would not believe how fast I get answers to some of these prayers!) and I love that someone else thought about her and asked her for help as well.  
So next time you are praying to God about something big or small, you might want to ask St. Rebecca Irene to pray for you as well.  She's a powerful little intercessor.

Saint Rebecca Irene, pray for us!

My beautiful Rebecca.


6 comments:

Madeline said...

This melted my heart. I love it!! She was such a beautiful baby.

Madeline said...

This melted my heart. I love it!! She was such a beautiful baby.

Jamie said...

Aw!!!! So lovely to see a photo of your precious babe!! <3 <3 <3

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Laura Pearl said...

What a beautiful story, Beth. I will have to remember to pray to this tiny biut powerful saint! Especially for intentions regarding my grandchildren. In fact, I have one right now--and I'm asking Rebecca Irene to put in a good word.

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