Prayer to St. Raphael

St. Raphael is one of the seven Archangels who stands before the throne of God. He is the patron saint of travelers and the blind. In the Holy Bible, St. Raphael appears in the Book of Tobit. He is sent by God to help Tobias, Sarah and Tobit. Raphael discloses his identity in Chapter 12 of the book of Tobit.

Dear St. Raphael, your lovely name means “God Heals”. The Lord sent you to young Tobias to guide him throughout his long journey.
Upon his return, you taught him how to cure his father Tobit’s blindness.
How natural, therefore, for Christians to pray for your powerful help for safe travel and a happy return.
This is what we ask for ourselves as well as for all who are far from home.

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6 thoughts on “Prayer to St. Raphael

  1. Please save. The inner voice is hurting my family so much today. I can’t stand the thought of what the words are saying. My family is so pious and true. That’s the only reason why I can figure out why the the alleged inner voice attacks them. They are innocent and need the church to back them up. They have every right to be in heaven and it is their prayers that have kept me safe for a whole year when noone else would help me. Please keep the people of my life and my history preserved in heaven safe. I want to live. I have been going through this struggle so long and my faith is not as strong as it should be. I love the people with all my heart. Just when I have finally found some help and relief for my dear family it is pushing back and I don’t want to hurt anyone. Jesus is always strong. I need the inner voice quieted and to go forward with life. I WANT TO LIVE AND I NEED THE MOST IMPORTANT PEOPLE IN MY LIFE SAFE> THEY HAVE ALWAYS BE IN GOOD GRACES> This is not my cross. It is not their cross. Please save our souls!

  2. Can I post a prayer request?
    That I can get through the pain emotionally of my ex-wife quickly remarrying civilly as she has just two months after our divorce being finalized, and her perhaps cheating on me as she had been visiting the gentleman in Arkansas during our marriage whom she told me was married. That we can still always be AT LEAST great friends, that I remain close to her family, and things not be awkward. That she still completely and permanently recover from her alcoholism and bipolar disorder. That she decides and that God helps her fix and corrects any mistakes she has made. That I get to adopt one or two children within the next couple months and that they be the right children for me, that I do a good job as a father. That I get to remarry, and spiritually next time, and it be a beautiful inside and out, virtuous, Catholic woman with great morals and loves the Southwestern style; preferably with my ex-wife again despite the current circumstances, reformed completely and permanently. That I be open, whether it be to my ex-wife after realizing her mistakes (which is what I want more than anything), completely reforming and becoming the type of woman I’ve always wanted, or someone I meet soon. That she love my future children and want to be their mother and want more with me as well. Nothing is impossible with God. Thanks and God bless you.

  3. Say this prayer for your desparate requests.

    3 Day Prayer to St. Michael, St. Gabriel and St Raphael (Our loving Archangels)

    Heavenly Father, you have given us archangels to assist us
    during our pilgrimage on earth. Saint Michael is our
    protector, I ask him to come to my aid, fight for all my
    loved ones, and protect us from danger. Saint Gabriel is a
    messenger for the Good News, I ask him to help me clearly
    hear your voice and to teach me the truth. Saint Raphael
    is the healing angel, I ask him to take my need for
    healing and that of everyone I know, lift it up to your
    throne of grace and deliver back to us the gift of
    recovery. Help us O Lord to realize more fully the reality
    of the archangels and their desire to serve us. Holy
    Angels pray for us. Amen

    Feast Day is September 29.

    Say for 3 days.


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