House Of Prayer is a source of intercessory prayers for our Church, our Diocese, our
Parish and for all who have asked for prayers. The mission of the Little House of
Prayer is to propagate the Holy Rosary and personal prayer life.
Bernadette Cyr is the Spiritual Director and Founder of the "Little House Of Prayer
ministries. She shares an Apostolate of Prayer and Healing through the Two
Hearts: Jesus and Mary. Bernadette continues to travel throughout the U.S.,
Canada and Mexico to conduct Healing Services, Spiritual Retreats and to share her
powerful story of how the Lord has touched her life.
The April 4th Healing Service
has been postponed until April 11 to give everyone the chance to celebrate Easter with
family or in their own way.
To all the Friends
and Supporters of The Little House Of Prayer,
The Board of Directors of The Little House of Prayer are reminding our friends and
supporters that standard precautions in regards to the Covid-19 virus are still in place
at the Little House of Prayer until further notice. Please keep in mind that your
safety and well-being are important to us.
- Safe social distancing is
still in effect, to include praying over at a safe distance at
- Usage of masks is strongely encouraged, this will protect you as well as us.
- Please bring and use hand sanitizer as needed. We also keep hand sanitizer on
- The Little House of Prayer is santitized after every healing service, once everyone
Maine is strongly urging
visitors to "Know Before You Go" and be Covid-19
tested and receive the results in their home state before traveling to Maine, which will
allow them to take appropriate action depending on the result. Effective
immediately, visitors from Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island can travel to Maine
without quarantining or providing a negative Covid-19 test. New Hampshire and
Vermont residents were already exempt from these requirements. People coming to
Maine from states that are not exempt must either quarantine for 14 days or receive a
negative Covid-19 test with a sample taken less than 72 hours from arrival in Maine,
quarantining while awaiting test results. This protocol includes Maine residents
returning from one of the non-exempt states.
Beginning May 1st exemptions will be extended to residents of all states unless the Maine
CDC deems a state a Covid-19 "Hot Spot". Under this new model, the Maine
CDC will be charged with identifying states that have a high prevalence of highly
contagious Covid-19 variants. If one or more states see a spike in variant cases,
Maine will apply its test or quarantine requirements to travelers to and from that state.
This new model also addresses capacity limits for indoor and outdoor limits.
Beginning March 26, indoor gathering limits increase to 50% capacity, then 75% on
May 24. Outdoor gatherings limits increase to 75% on March 26 and 100% on May 24.
The plan also allows bars and tasting rooms to reopen on March 26. Many have
been closed or serving take-out since the pandemic began a year ago. This new model
is expected to remain in effect through the summer.
Americans who are fully vacinated against the virus, regardless of where they live, can
come to Maine without quarantining or providing a negative Covid-19 test.
Please utilize updated information and discernment when making the decision to attend
ongoing and future events at the Little House of Prayer; Please take the time to
check updates from your state as well as updates from the State of Maine at http://www.maine.gov/covid19.
Please check our website frequently for updates. Please continue to send your prayer
requests to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will still be praying daily for the protection and safety of you and your families.
If you cannot attend the healing service, you can still be with us in spirit and
prayer. Stay safe, stay well and God Bless you all!
The Board of Directors of The Little House of Prayer