The Divine Praises

“The Divine Praises” is a Roman Catholic Prayer recited following the liturgy of Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Usually the priest chants each line which is repeated by the congregation.

Blessed be God.
Blessed be His Holy Name.
Blessed be Jesus Christ, true God and true man.
Blessed be the Name of Jesus.
Blessed be His Most Sacred Heart.
Blessed be His Most Precious Blood.
Blessed be Jesus in the Most Holy Sacrament of the Altar.
Blessed be the Holy Spirit, the Paraclete.
Blessed be the great Mother of God, Mary most holy.
Blessed be her holy and Immaculate Conception.
Blessed be her glorious Assumption.
Blessed be the name of Mary, Virgin and Mother.
Blessed be St. Joseph, her most chaste spouse.
Blessed be God in His angels and in His Saints. Amen

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4 thoughts on “The Divine Praises

  1. Blessed sacrament is the greatest of all gifts Jesus Christ left for us to celebrate in his name. Oh! Lord, Renew the minds, souls, body and spirit of those who receive you to understand the mysteries of your body and blood. Blessed sacrament is the power of the church. The adoration of the blessed sacrament is everlasting. Lord you are holy indeed. May your name be praised forever Amen.

  2. When ever I receive holy sacrament am always renewed and divinely connected to the divine blessings of God almighty. Lord Jesus Christ open the eyes of the world to see the great power in you in form of blessed sacrament. Lord Jesus Christ may my continual reception of you in the blessed sacrament redeem me from my sins. Amen. Lord unite your pilgrim church on earth in faith & truth to preach your good news to the world Amen. Thank you Jesus Christ my lord.

  3. In my prayers this morning, I searched for Divine Praises and found it and chanted it as usual, but the Lord asked me to search out more prayers and I found and prayed Prayer of our Lady of America. I was moved to tears. I have been asking Jesus to give me a greater devotion to His mother and this prayer is a wonderful vehicle. I thank God for the saints who write the great prayers that we can make our own. I thank God for all the websites that help educate and deepen our relationship with the Lord. I thank God for catholic church universal. I give all praise and adoration to our God, three persons in one. Amen!

    (“Divine Praises” Leyte-Samar Translation)

    Dayawon an Diyos
    Dayawon an Iya santos nga ngaran
    Dayawon hi Jesu-Cristo, matuod nga Dios ug matuod nga tawo
    Dayawong an ngaran ni Jesus
    Dayawon an gisasantosi Niya nga kasingkasing
    Dayawon an Iya gimamahali nga dugo
    Dayawon hi Jesu-Cristo dida ha Santisimo Sacramento ha altar
    Dayawon an Espiritu Santo, an Paralipay
    Dayawon an harangdon nga Iroy han Diyos, hi Maria Santisima
    Dayawon an putli ug uray nga pagpanamkonan ha iya
    Dayawon an mahimayaon nga pagsak-an ha langit kan Maria Santisima
    Dayawon an ngaran nga mahal ni Maria, Birhen ug Iroy
    Dayawon hi San Jose; gi-uurayi nga esposo ni Maria Santisima
    Dayawon an Diyos dida han himaya han Iya mga angeles ug mga santos.

    Tanaman han Kalag (Hinubad ni Very Rev. Estanislao Abarca)
    Copyright by Daughters of St. Paul
    Published and distributed by Paulines Publishing House

    This post is intended for the faithful of Leyte & Samar searching for the Waray-waray Version of Divine Praises. God Bless!

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