Prayer List


Got Prayer?  Please click HERE to join our Prayer List.

May God answer all of your prayers

for those who are living,

for those who have died,

and for all your special intentions!

Mass Schedule at Saint Daniel Church

Saturday Vigil Mass at 4:00 p.m.

Sunday Morning Masses at 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.

Weekday Mass, Monday through Saturday, at 7:30 a.m.

Rosary Devotions, Monday through Saturday, at 7:00 a.m.

Weekend Confessions: before and after each weekend Mass

Weekday Confessions: after each weekday morning Mass

Our church is open for private prayer, Monday through Friday, when the parish office is open, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Please enter by way of the parish office door, which is door number three.  On weekends, please come early to Mass and stay late after Mass!

The Blessed Sacrament is located in our chapel, on the north side of church.  The Confessional is located in the hallway between the narthex and the chapel.  During the week, the Prayer List is located in the hallway between the narthex and the chapel, for weekday Mass.  Let us always remember one another in prayer each and every day!




Parish Prayer List

Prayer List requests may be made for those who are living, those who have died, and for special intentions.

At our church, the priest will silently include all your special intentions at all the Masses celebrated on the day(s) of your choice.

Your only donation for these special intentions are what you normally include in your regular offertory collection each weekend.

The Prayer List is located at the entrance to the church.  You may write in your own special intention, you can ask the parish office to write it in for you, you can send your prayer request directly to the pastor by email, or your can talk to your pastor personally about your prayer needs.

May God answer all your prayers!  Please remember your special intention as you receive Holy Communion.

Symbolically place all your special intentions on the paten with the host at the offertory.  Also pour your tears of joy and sorrow into the chalice as the priest pours in the water and the wine at the offertory.

As the priest prays that your sacrifice and his may be acceptable to God, the almighty Father, may you enter more fully into the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass!

Finally, check out our Pray List, located in the back of church so that you may include these special intentions in your personal prayer as well.