Daniel Mitsui Needs Your Prayers

Daniel Mitsui is a Catholic artist I’ve admired for years, and now his family could use your prayers:

My daughter, Alma Hildegard Mitsui, was born at 7:14 on Wednesday, 25 September. She is in the Neonatal Intenive Care Unit, and will likely remain there for a long time. She was born at 25 weeks and 4 days gestational age, and weighed 1 pound and 7 ounces. Please pray for her survival and health.

Blessed Mother, St. Luke, and St. Hildegard, please hear our prayers for Alma and bring them before the throne of your son, Our Lord, Jesus Christ. Heal her, help her grow, give wisdom to her physicians, and comfort to her family. All these things we ask in the name of Jesus Christ.

The Nativity of Christ, by Daniel Mitsui

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