Saint Charles Borromeo Prayer For Obesity

Saint Charles Borromeo Prayer For Obesity

Saint Charles Borromeo, I ask that you intercede for my relatives and myself. You are a member of the great family of St. Carlo. You were persecuted by those who hated you because of your love and loyalty to your faith and your clergy. You were vindicated when Almighty God sent His Holy Angels to raise you up from the ground where they had beaten you down. This miracle was witnessed by all in attendance at that time. In Your Love For God’s people, you asked Our Lord to build a hospital for orphans, widows and the poor. And Our Lord answered that prayer.

I therefore ask you Saint Charles Borromeo, in the Name Of Jesus Christ Our Lord:

In particular, I pray for those suffering with obesity. Please send down from Heaven Your Healing Power so that we may be delivered from this affliction – Amen !”

Dear Saint Charles Borromeo, who received from Heaven the gift of miracles, I ask for your intercession for my relatives and myself.

Dear Saint Charles Borromeo, who received from Heaven the gift of miracles, I ask for your intercession for my relatives and myself.

I thank God for His blessings upon us. We are all in good health except for our cousin Josephine who is obese and has difficulty breathing due to her weight. She is suffering from diabetes and high blood pressure. Please pray that she will lose weight through surgery or some other means so she may breathe easier, have less pain and regain her mobility.

If you wish to include a specific request regarding your relative’s obesity (elderly aunt with morbid obesity or young son with severe obesity), we encourage you to do so in the box below:

You are a member of the great family of St. Carlo.

St. Charles Borromeo was a great saint who suffered much for his faith.

He was born in 1538, in Milan and died on September 3rd, 1584 at the age of 46 years old. He was canonized by Pope Paul V on January 16th, 1610. He is considered one of the greatest figures in religious history and represented as a model of holiness and charity not only to Catholics but also to many other Christians all over the world!

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You are part of this great family!

You were persecuted by those who hated you because of your love and loyalty to your faith and your clergy.

You were persecuted by those who hated you because of your love and loyalty to your faith and your clergy.

Saint Charles Borromeo was born in 1538 in the city of Milan, Italy. He was a member of the noble family of Borromeo, which traces its origins back to St. Charles himself. As such, he had many responsibilities as a child growing up that would have made it difficult for him to devote himself entirely to God’s service; however, at age thirteen he decided that he wanted nothing more than to serve God with all his heart and soul—and so he did!

Saint Charles entered the seminary at age sixteen after completing his education at home with tutors as well as attending high school (which was where I got my start). After graduating from high school with honors five years later (see what I mean about how proud Mom is?), Saint Charles continued his studies in Rome until 1555 when Pope Paul IV appointed him bishop of Milan at just twenty-three years old!

You were vindicated when Almighty God sent his Holy Angels to raise you up from the ground where they had beaten you down.

In your lifetime, you were vindicated when Almighty God sent his Holy Angels to raise you up from the ground where they had beaten you down. The Almighty God sent his Holy Angels to raise you up from the ground where they had beaten you down.

You were vindicated when Almighty God sent his Holy Angels to raise you up from the ground where they had beaten you down. The Almighty God sent his Holy Angels to raise you up from the ground where they had beaten you down. You were vindicated when Almighty God sent his Holy Angels to raise you up from the ground where they had beaten you down.

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This miracle was witnessed by all in attendance at that time.

The following story is one of the most miraculous in history, and yet it is little known to the public.

It took place in an old prison cell in Rome during the reign of Pope Paul IV. While being held there, you were beaten unconscious by guards and dragged to a prison cell. You were left there for several days before being taken back to the same place where you had been beaten down.

In Your Love For God’s people, you asked Our Lord to build a hospital for orphans, widows and the poor.

Saint Charles Borromeo was a saint of the Catholic Church who served as Archbishop of Milan from 1560 to 1584. He was known for his kindness toward orphans and widows, having founded several hospitals and homes for them. Saint Charles established a hospital at Milan’s Santa Maria della Scala (Holy Mary of the Ladder) in 1563, caring for sick people with smallpox or leprosy. He also founded orphanages that helped young girls who had been abandoned by their parents or taken from them because they were illegitimate children. It is estimated that Saint Charles built more than 20 orphanages around Italy during his lifetime.

Saint Charles died in 1584 at age 56 after suffering from fever while he was taking care of patients suffering from plague in Italy.[1] He was canonized by Pope Paul V on March 12th 1610,[2] making him one of only 30 saints ever canonized by two Popes: Pope Sixtus V[3]

(1585-90) and Pope Clement VIII (1592-1605).[4]

I therefore ask you Saint Charles Borromeo, in the Name Of Jesus, to pray for me.

I therefore ask you Saint Charles Borromeo, in the Name Of Jesus, to pray for me. You are a member of the great family of St. Carlo. You were persecuted by those who hated you because of your love and loyalty to your faith and your clergy. Please intercede with Him on my behalf so that I may be delivered from any illness or sicknesses related to obesity in my body and spirit.

I ask for your intercession for my relatives and myself; may we become aware of our sins through penance and reconciliation with God’s Church; may we live an exemplary Christian life; may we use our talents wisely in service to our neighbor; may we strive always according to the will of God no matter what obstacles stand in front of us

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In particular, I pray for those suffering with obesity.

  • In particular, I pray for those suffering with obesity.
  • I pray for those who are obese.
  • I pray for those who have obesity.
  • I pray for those who are overweight and their families, friends and loved ones.

Please send down from Heaven Your Healing Power so that we may be delivered from this affliction.

As Catholics, we believe that God has the power to heal our bodies. But it is not just God’s power alone that heals us—we know that through prayer and faith in Jesus Christ, we can ask for God’s help in healing ourselves and others. We also know that the saints, especially St. Charles Borromeo, have a special place on earth to pray for us when we are suffering from any type of disease or illness. The Catholic Church teaches us how to pray through the intercession of these holy people by praying their novena rosary beads or reading their books of hours.

In addition to asking St. Charles Borromeo directly for help with weight loss through this novena prayer card set, there are other ways you can increase your chances of success at losing weight:

  • Pray often for yourself and others who struggle with obesity;
  • Make sure you say grace before meals (if possible);

Thank you O Blessed Saint Charles Borromeo for obtaining my request!

Thank you O Blessed Saint Charles Borromeo for obtaining my request!

For I have been blessed with the ability to pray and be heard through your intercession. Thank you for helping me with my weight loss and food addiction problems. You are truly an awesome saint who can help anyone achieve their desired results through prayer.

Conclusion

In conclusion, I ask that you pray for all those suffering with obesity so that they may be delivered from this affliction.