Originally known as the Medal of the Immaculate Conception, but later became the Miraculous Medal due to the many miracles and graces granted through the intercession of Mary.
Powerful novena to St. Andrew the Apostle prayed 15 times per day from November 30 until December 25. November 30 is the Feast Day of St. Andrew.
Prayer to St. Rita, patroness of impossible causes.
In speaking to you today, my dear brethren, of the dreadful state of the lukewarm soul, my purpose is not to paint for you a terrifying and despairing picture of the soul which is living in mortal sin without even having the wish to escape from this condition. That poor unfortunate creature can but look forward to the wrath of God in the next life. Alas! These sinners hear me; they know well of whom I am speaking at this very moment. . . . We will go no further, for all that I would wish to say would serve only to harden them more. In speaking to you, my brethren, of the lukewarm soul, I do not wish, either, to speak of those who make neither their Easter duty nor their annual Confession.
Intercessory prayer for very difficult or challenging times.
This is the first recorded prayer to a guardian angel. It was written by St. Macarius of Egypt. He was Coptic monk and hermit born in 300 A.D. and was well known for his great wisdom. His friends called him, “Pidar Yougiron” which translates to “old young man“.
Stay with me, Lord, for it is necessary to have you present so that I do not forget you. You know how easily I abandon you. Stay with me, Lord, because I am weak, and I need your strength, so that I may not fall so often. Stay with me, Lord, for you are my … Read more Prayer After Communion
Today, I, a faithless sinner, renew in your hands my Baptismal vows; I renounce Satan forever, his pomps and works; and I give myself entirely to Jesus Christ, the Incarnate Wisdom, and will carry my cross after Him all the days of my life, and will be more faithful to Him than I have ever … Read more Consecration to Mary, by St. Louis de Montfort
The rosary is a traditional Catholic devotion that was given to Saint Dominic in an apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary in 1214. The word rosary is derived from rosarium, which is Latin for “rose garden”. The purpose of this devotion is to meditate on the mysteries in the history of our salvation. It consists … Read more The Rosary