Gratitude for Our Healthcare Providers

 

Praise to the brave ones on the front lines!
Our healthcare workers show great courage
in the face of overwhelming odds as the
numbers soar. Supplies are less than
needs. Yet, the nurses, doctors and others
labor in overcrowded conditions fulfilling
the oath they took. Today let us pause

say a prayer for these people caring for
us under difficult circumstances. We
especially remember our RN daughter
and other relatives caring for the very
sick amongst us. May they remain healthy
in the process of treating covid-19 patients.
We are eternally grateful to all of you.

Our Prayer to all the Healthcare Providers
Lord, bless and keep them safe. They
are our loved ones who are in harm’s way.
Grant them courage and strength to
heal others. Allow them to remain
healthy and return to us soon. Help us
to be grateful to all of them. Amen.

  

 

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22 Responses to Gratitude for Our Healthcare Providers

  1. lisakunk says:

    Love the signs. Love their bravery.

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  2. balroop2013 says:

    Gratitude and prayers for all those who are caring for the sick, I join hands with you for sending these prayers Mary Ann…May His blessings be with all those who are suffering and caring for the sick.

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    • Balroop- yes, prayers for all the brave men and women. I pray that our daughter who works the front lines at the hospital be safe during these times. Thank you for joining in prayers. May you and yours remain safe and healthy. I hope we flatten the curve! oxox

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  3. Amen! Healthcare workers are tops!!

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  4. Peter Klopp says:

    Having two daughters-in-law, who are nurses, I share wholeheartedly your appreciation and gratitude for the incredible work of all healthcare providers. Have a pleasant weekend, Mary Ann!

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    • Peter, such a wonderful comment. Thank you. Nurses work on the front lines. They are brave to care for such severe illnesses at hospitals. Truly incredible work. I hope there is not a shortage of masks, ventilators and protective gear. We need our healthcare workers to remain healthy and safe. We are fine and inside the house catching up on reading, piano playing and the usual chores. Enjoy and be safe, Peter. Thoughts and prayers. oxox

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      • Peter Klopp says:

        Thank you, Mary Ann! With your love of music, poetry and reading, boredom cannot affect you. Have a relaxing Sunday in your self-confinement!

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      • Peter, much appreciated. Boredom is not a word in my vocabulary. I have read with great interest of two young people who have designed and made visors using a 3D printer. Our governor has suggested that quilters and sewers might be able to help make protective masks. That is something I could help make a reality. So, you, see, my creative side wants to pitch in and do this. We even had Sunday Mass at home via the computer and Facebook. Those who do not have FB, are able to connect on the computer and via television. No, not the same as live, but as close as possible. I hope you and yours are relaxing this Sunday too. Thank you for caring enough to write your comment. Enjoy your Sunday as well. “”__””

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  5. Emily says:

    Amen! Thank you for this beautiful post and prayer! I love this!

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    • Emily, amen. Thank you for the wonderful comment. More importantly, gratitude for the incredible work you do on the front lines at the hospital. Thoughts and prayers. Unwind and rest. Be safe and healthy. Enjoy the weekend. oxoxox

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  6. Clare Pooley says:

    Amen, amen, Mary Ann! May God bless all health care workers and give them the strength to carry on working throughout this terrible time. My sister works for the ambulance service here in England. Take care, my friend xoxo

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