Infant of Prague Nine Day Novena

This novena to the Infant of Prague consists of opening prayers, 9 separate daily reflections, and concludes with the Christ the King Prayer. One may like to add Our Father … Hail Mary … Glory Be  each day. Intentions can be stated at the start of novena or re-stated daily.

Anima Christi (Soul of Christ)

This prayer encapsulates a centrality of the Catholic Faith which is absent in Protestantism: our Lord’s Passion, His Precious Blood, His Real Presence in the Eucharist and, further, an emphasis that we need to be sanctified, which expresses itself in more than faith alone.

Letter from Beyond (Hell)

The following was found among the papers left by a nun who died in a German convent. Whether private revelation or pious fiction, it is a poignant meditation on Hell. Over 6,000 words in length the letter is startling both in detail and insight, which to the atheist, agnostic or Protestant may seem counter-intuitive; for example, that Read More

Prayer to the Mother of Fair Love

Prayer to the Mother of Fair Love, the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Our Lady is the Ark of the New and Everlasting Covenant and is prefigured in the Old Testament as the Mother of our Lord, Jesus Christ ‘the Truth, the Way and the Life’.

Prayer to St. John Capistrano

The Franciscan ‘Soldier Saint’. Feast Day: 23rd October | Patron Saint judges, jurists, military chaplains, lawyers, Belgrade & Hungary.

Prayer to St. Luke

Feast Day: 18th October | Marian Iconographer and Patron Saint of artists, physicians, bachelors, surgeons, students and butchers.

Prayer to St. Ignatius of Antioch

Feast Day 17th OCTOBER St. Ignatius, it was said thou converted to Christianity as a child. Along with St. Polycarp, thou wert said to be a disciple of St. John the Evangelist. St. Peter himself appointed thee bishop of Antioch. Because thou called thyself Theophorus, or ‘God bearer’, a tradition arose that thou wert one Read More

Prayer to St. Wenceslaus

Feast Day 28th September St. Wenceslaus, thou wert born in Bohemia, son of the Duke. Thy grandfather had been converted by Saints Cyril and Methodius and thy mother was baptised upon her marriage to thine father. Thou wert brought up by St. Ludmilla, who educated thee as a Christian. However, after thy father’s death when Read More