My opinion still stands that you need to ask people before you are going to pray for them and you need to keep your religion to yourself when the subject is not on religion. Because it is uncomfortable and not everyone is ok with you proclaiming that you’re praying for them nor do they want you to bring up your religion randomly. Your religion works for you, and you don’t know how someone else feels about it so no matter the subject (pregnancy, health, a test, whatever) you need to ask or don’t say anything at all, because that is the respectful thing to do.
There seems to be this entitlement among religious people( tbh I see it with mostly Christian/Catholics, and yes I can see the angry anons now, but anyone can abuse this) that allows them to smatter their religion publicly without thinking about how other’s may feel about it. I don’t want you to pray for me, and it is arrogant to assume that everyone is ok with it. So I’ll quote jane again because I really like the example she used
Let me put it another way for you, too. I’m Wiccan. I pray and I practice magic - I do spells.
Can you imagine how upset a Christian would be if they found out I’d done a spell involving them? How furious they would be? How invasive that would feel? Even if I had good intentions?