Since August 2015, the PrayerARK has been processing prayer intentions and logging reported success stories, sudden changes of situations, and miraculous healings. As prayers come across through various email chains, our site uses google-form technology to capture and then automatically forward entries to multiple monasteries, convents, and prayer warriors around the world for immediate delivery.
Blue: Prayer Intentions
Red: With More than 2 Answered Prayers
In just over a year, the PrayerARK has amassed almost 3200 intentions offered through 90+ saints of the church. Many of which are still waiting for help, but 2% of them have in fact been answered. As reports of positive and negative news arrive, each positive report is then marked as answered.
The count of the answered prayers could be extremely higher. Unfortunately, many people do not know that we are here to help drive need-awareness and that our site allows for others throughout the world to join in and help. We do, however, receive general responses regarding outcomes for the intentions. Many do send follow-up emails stating their amazement and thankfulness, praising the prayer groups for successful results.
When it comes to the measuring performance, “It’s all about the efficacy of the offering.” We know that the Catholic Church has experienced many miracles through the monastic and consecrated lives of the saints. Mystics and very holy people spent their entire vocation in the merciful service of prayer. Many Americans do not realize this act of spiritual mercy, is very biblical. In the first chapter of the Acts of the Apostles, the 11 apostles are gathered with Mary and other women in the upper room dedicating their entire focus to prayer in hopes of the resurrection. We as Catholics acknowledge their actions toward the monastic dynamic of constant conversational dialogue with God the Father. In other words, unceasing and fervent prayer, as St. Paul puts it.”
For more information, please review our “About” page. There, we have posted detail as to what, when, and how the PrayerARK is actively helping others.
*The PrayerARK was moved in Sept 2016 from AaronRosales.com to its official domain, ThePrayerARK.com.
All are encouraged to offer a prayer for someone they know, or for themselves. You never know, you might just get what you asked for, maybe even more.