Prayer for Those in Their Last Agony

Let us offer our prayers for all those who are in their final agony. May Lord Jesus have mercy on their souls. O Most Merciful Jesus, Lover of Souls, I beseech Thee, by the agony of Thy most Sacred Heart, and by the sorrows of…

An Act of Faith in the Presence of God

Here is a prayer which can be recited as a part of your daily morning prayer. This prayer can also be used during visits to the Blessed Sacrament. O my God, I firmly believe that Thou art here present, and dost plainly see me; that…

Prayer to St. Gerard for Motherhood

St. Gerard Majella (April 6, 1726 – October 16, 1755) is the patron saint of expectant mothers, mothers with difficult pregnancies, and those women who hope to conceive and give birth to healthy children. The Feast of Saint Gerard is celebrated on October 16th. Here is…

A Prayer for Grace

Grace is a supernatural gift from God for our Salvation. You can read more about Sanctifying Grace and Actual Grace here. Here is a Prayer seeking graces from God. O my God, remember that moment when, for the first time, Thou didst pour Thy grace…

Prayer to All the Holy Angels for a Special Favor

There are nine choirs or hierarchies of Angels – Seraphim, Cherubim, Thrones, Dominions or Dominations, Virtues, Powers, Archangels, Principalities and Angels. Bless the Lord, all ye His Angels! Thou who art mighty in strength and do His Will, intercede for me at the throne of…

The Golden Arrow Prayer

The “Golden Arrow” prayer is a part of the Roman Catholic Devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus. It is based on the visions revealed by Our Lord Jesus Christ to Sister Marie of St. Peter (Carmelite Nun) at Tours, France. It is a powerful…

The Regina Coeli

The Regina Coeli (Queen of Heaven) is traditionally prayed instead of ‘The Angelus‘ during Paschal Time (from Holy Saturday through the evening of the Saturday after Pentecost). It is traditionally prayed in the morning (6 am), at noon, and in the evening (6 pm). V….

The Confiteor (I Confess)

The Confiteor (named from Latin) or “I Confess” is part of the introductory prayers recited at every Mass. It is a general confession of one’s sins. Here is the traditional form of this prayer. It is a translation of the traditional Latin prayer (1962 Roman…