URGENT PRAYER REQUEST (Please share so many will pray)

10/12/2016 A.D. 
In your charity, please pray for and remember at the altar Fr. Goodwin, FSSP who suffered some sort of stroke or aneurysm early this morning. His mother found him unconscious and he was airlifted to a hospital in Portland, ME. All we know at the moment is that there is bleeding in the brain; I will update accordingly. I will likely be traveling out there soon. 
God bless.
Fr. Gerard Saguto, FSSP
North American District Superior Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter
Afternoon Update (10/13/16):
The FSSP would like to solicit your prayers for Fr. Goodwin, FSSP who suffered a stroke this morning. He joined the Fraternity about 15 yrs. ago, coming from the Society of Jesus ( Jesuits). Fr. Goodwin taught Latin at OLGS Seminary, and was on a sabbatical in Maine when this stroke occurred.
From Fr. Gerard Saguto, FSSP North American District Superior:
I have been in communication with the hospital in Maine where Fr. Goodwin is. He has suffered a serious hemorrhagic stroke, so there is a great deal of swelling in the brain. Currently, there is paralysis on the left side; he has some very limited speech ability (he is in and out of consciousness). I was informed that, with a stroke like this, the condition will get worse before it gets better, and it is likely he will need to be put on a ventilator. He is in ICU, but his overall condition is stable. The next two to seven days will be critical in determining the kind of recovery he may have. I will keep you informed of any significant change. God bless.
Morning UPDATE (10/13/2016)
Fr. Goodwin, FSSP still has bleeding in his brain. CAT Scan this morning to see how he is doing and if they are able to operate. Please keep up the prayers that the bleeding stops so they can let out the pressure from the blood! Fr. Pendergraft, FSSP (Allentow, PA Apostolate) and Fr. Brancich, FSSP (NH Apostolate) are with Fr. Goodwin. They were able to give him Last Rites and he was able to follow along in Latin. Please continue praying. Thank you!