Prayers

Litany

  • Lord, have mercy on us. Christ have mercy on us.
  • Lord, have mercy on us, Christ, hear us. Christ graciously hear us.
  • God, the Father of heaven, have mercy on us.
  • God the Son, Redeemer of the world, have mercy on us.
  • God the Holy Spirit, have mercy on us.
  • Holy Mary, Queen of Angels, pray for us. (repeat after each invocation)
  • St Michael, pray for us.
  • St Michael, filled with the wisdom of God,
  • St Michael, perfect adorer of the Incarnate Word,
  • St Michael, crowned with honour and glory,
  • St Michael, most powerful Prince of the armies of the Lord,
  • St Michael, standard-bearer of the Most Holy Trinity 
  • St Michael, victor over Satan,
  • St Michael, guardian of Paradise,
  • St Michael, guide and comforter of the people of Israel,
  • St Michael, splendour and fortress of the Church Militant,
  • St Michael, honour and joy of the Church Triumph; 
  • St Michael, light of angels,
  • St Michael, bulwark of orthodox believers,
  • St Michael, strength of those who fight under the standard of the Cross,
  • St Michael, light and confidence of souls at the hour of death,
  • St Michael, our most sure aid,
  • St Michael, our help in all adversities,
  • St Michael, Herald of the Everlasting Sentence,
  • St Michael, Consoler of souls detained in the flames of Purgatory,
  • Thou whom the Lord has charged to receive souls after death,
  • St Michael, our Prince, 
  • St Michael, our Advocate,

Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world, 
Spare us, O Lord.
Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world, 
Graciously hear us, O Lord.
Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world, 
Have mercy on us.
Christ hear us, 
Christ, graciously hear us.

L. Pray for us, O glorious St Michael,
Prince of the Church of Jesus Christ,
A. That we may be made worthy of His promises.

        Sanctify us, we beseech Thee, O Lord, with Thy holy blessing, and grant us, by the intercession of St Michael, that wisdom which teaches us to lay up treasures in Heaven by exchanging the goods of this world for those of eternity, Thou who lives and reigns, world without end. 
Amen.

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Where does prayer come from? Whether prayer is expressed in words or gestures, it is the whole man who prays. But in naming the source of prayer, Scripture speaks sometimes of the soul or the spirit, but most often of the heart (more than a thousand times). According to Scripture, it is the heart that prays. If our heart is far from God, the words of prayer are in vain.

CCC 2559

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