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Prayers for the Sick

Whether it’s physical, mental, or emotional there are many times in all of our lives when we find ourselves in need of healing. When we face a challenge, we often reach within ourselves to find the inner strength or reach out to others for help to overcome our difficulties. While relying on our inner resolve and turning to others for support and guidance is helpful, we mustn’t forget an important first step: turning to the Master Healer: God.

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Catholic Family Prayer – Why Bother Praying As A Family?

Your great-grandmother’s engagement ring, the “good” silver, holiday traditions, and the family’s blue-ribbon-winning apple pie recipe are just some of the things that may have been passed down for the last few generations in your family. You cherish these mementos and memories for the way they make you feel connected to your family. What about the gift of praying?

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Guardian Angel Prayer

Angels are servants and messengers of God, and God in His infinite mercy assigns each one of us a guardian angel to walk with us on our personal journey to help us avoid spiritual dangers and prepare our way to heaven. The guardian angel prayer is a simple prayer that asks our guardian angel to help make our paths straight, to guide our steps and to light our way.

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Saint Casimir of Poland

O God, We pray through Saint Casimir’s intercession,  that we may constantly serve you. And our services reflected in a holy way of life and justice. Help us to deepen our trust in the Heavenly Father.  Through our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen Saint Casimir Pendants, Medals and Rosaries

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Glory Be Prayer — Short But Mighty

Glory Be to the Father—is technically called a doxology. Doxology is defined as an expression of praise to God, especially a short hymn either spoken or sung.

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The Meaning of the Nicene Creed: Why It’s Still Relevant 17 Centuries Later

​What is the Meaning behind the Nicene Creed? When we consider the meaning behind the Nicene Creed and long before the movie Creed hit theaters November 25, there was a different Creed garnering much buzz and grabbing people’s attention. Going way back to the 4th century in the year 325, a group of 318 bishops came […]

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What’s a Novena?

The word novena comes from the Latin word, “novem,” which means nine. A novena is nine-day period of prayer (private or public) to “obtain special graces, to implore special favors, or to make special petitions” for yourself or for others. The practice of praying a novena goes back to the days of the Apostles when […]

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Pray For One Another – James 5:16

Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The fervent prayer of a righteous person is very powerful.

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How To Pray The Rosary Infographic

​The definitive explanation on how to Pray the Rosary​We have been told that this is by far the best graphic representation of how to pray the rosary there is. We welcome and encourage you, especially if you are a church or school, to link to this page and share it with all.

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How To Pray the Rosary

The rosary is prayed by reflecting on the life of Christ from His birth to His resurrection. Download the guide for free.

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Why Catholics Start Prayers with The Sign of The Cross

What does giving someone the thumbs up, the o.k. sign, and making the sign of the cross have in common? They’re all frequently used gestures that we perform countless times throughout our lifetime. Unlike the first two gestures, the sign of the cross is steeped with religious symbolism. When is the last time you made […]

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National Teacher’s Day Prayer

National Teacher’s Day Prayer Let’s Pray for the Teacher’s molding our youth Almighty God, We come to you today and give thanks for all our teachers. Thank you for the way in which they give of themselves each day in the classroom, Serving and instructing the next generation of this land. We thank you for […]

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National Nurse Day Prayer

Thank a nurse today! Nurse Day Prayer Let us pray for the wonderful things they do! Dear Lord, Please help all nurses to receive the sick in Thy Name. Give their efforts success for the glory of Thy holy Name. It is Thy work: without Thee, they cannot succeed. Grant that the sick Thou hast […]

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The Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary

On November 17, 2013, Pope Francis gave some sage medical advice to the thousands in attendance at the Vatican, “I want to recommend some medicine for all of you.” Holding up a box that looked like a prescription packet of pills, he urged the people, “Don’t forget to take it,” he said. “It’s good for […]

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