Prayer Requests

Please include those identified below in your prayers. These prayer requests have been submitted by brother Knights.

Requests From Our Councils

There are no Council Prayer Requests so far this month.

State Council Requests

Submitted on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 for:
PFN, PGK Ernie Pennie in your prayers

Please keep PFN, PGK Ernie Pennie in your prayers. Ernie is in Kent County Hospital with pneumonia.

Submitted on Thursday, November 1, 2018 for:
FDD George Plante

FDD George Plante is recovering much faster than expected following surgery for bladder cancer last Thursday (10/25). George had been advised by the medical staff he was facing 10 days or more in Intensive Care, but has already begun walking and taking solid foods. He has been moved out of the Veteran's Hospital well ahead of schedule and entered rehabilitation at Steere House Nursing & Rehabilitation Center located at 100 Borden Street, Providence (behind Rhode Island Hospital). Your prayers are working. George is in room #112 and can entertain visitors.


Submitted on Thursday, November 1, 2018 for:
Executive Secretary Mike Krzywonos, FN, FDD, PGK

Executive Secretary Mike Krzywonos, FN, FDD, PGK was taken into Miriam Hospital for symptoms for a heart attack. After tests came back showed he has a virus and suffering from symptoms of exhaustion. He was sent home told to lay low and get rest.

Submitted on Thursday, November 1, 2018 for:
PSD / FVSM Saverio Giusti

PSD/FVSM Saverio Giusti is a bit under the weather and is laying low until he feels better. Please keep Sav in your prayers.

Submitted on Thursday, November 1, 2018 for:
Sir Knight Bob Jackson

Sir Knight Bob Jackson, former Columbus Club President the Washington County Columbus Club which is the home of St. Francis Council is recovering from almost a month in the hospital for a urinary issue and an unrelated but severe muscle tear. Bob is at Roberts Health Center located at 25 Roberts Way in North Kingstown (across Ten Rod Road from Stales). Bob is in Room #119 and can also have visitors. He could also use our prayers.

Submitted on Thursday, November 1, 2018 for:
DD Alan LaMake

DD Alan LaMake is recovering from a fall off of scaffolding while helping a neighbor last week. Alan had been moved from Rhode Island Hospital to a Rehab Center in Coventry, but is back in Rhode Island Hospital due to a urinary issue. He is expected to be there a few more days, and is in Room #604. Alan would also appreciate visitors. Keep Alan in your prayers. He has had a tough year.

Submitted on Thursday, November 1, 2018 for:
PGK / PFN Walter Jalbert

Mary Doran Council PGK/Fr. Wallace Assembly PFN Walter Jalbert was admitted to Kent County Hospital, but has been released following the insertion of two stents. Prayers are needed for a full recovery for Walter.

Submitted on Thursday, November 1, 2018 for:
Pat Logan

Please also keep Pat Logan, wife of Warwick Council PGK/Fr. Wallace Assmbly PFN Greg Logan as she continues her battle to recover from illness.

Submitted on Friday, October 19, 2018 for:
DD Alan LaMake, FDD George Plante, FDD Ray Reil and DD Bud Garceau

Please keep DD and Brother Sir Knight Alan LaMake in your prayers. Alan fell last Sunday and broke a bone in his back. He is at Rhode Island Hospital for at least the next three days. He is in a lot of pain and can barely walk.

Please also keep FDD George Plante in your prayers as well. George will undergo a 9-11 hour surgery next Thursday at the VA Hospital in Providence, followed by 10 days of intensive care.

Finally, please also continue your prayers for FDD Ray Riel and DD Bud Garceau. Ray is in recovery for cardio-related complications while Bud continues his courageous battle with ALS.

Submitted on Friday, October 19, 2018 for:
David Riendeau

David Riendeau, Chancellor for St. John Paul II Council # 12613 just finished his third week of treatments for his head and neck cancer.

Submitted on Wednesday, October 17, 2018 for:
FDD George Plante

Please keep FDD George Plante in your prayers.

Submitted on Wednesday, October 17, 2018 for:
DD Alan LaMake

Please keep DD Alan LaMake in your prayers.