Devotions to the Holy Face of Jesus

Powerful Prayers, devotions, litanies and invocations to the Holy Face of Jesus in reparation for the worst sins of our times: atheism, blasphemy and the desecration of Holy Days.

Our Blessed Lord promises that nothing will be refused us through the Power residing in His Holy Face.

Prayers to the Sacred Heart

Act of Reparation to Sacred Heart of Jesus (#1) O Sacred Heart of Jesus, animated with a desire to repair the outrages unceasingly offered to Thee, we prostrate before Thy throne of mercy and on behalf of all mankind, pledge love and fidelity to Thee. + The more Thy mysteries are blasphemed, the more firmly…

Prayers of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

An Act of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary O Mary, Virgin most powerful and Mother of mercy, Queen of Heaven and Refuge of sinners, we consecrate ourselves to thine Immaculate Heart. We consecrate to thee our very being and our whole life; all that we have, all that we love, all that we…

Powerful Short Prayers

A collection of powerful short prayers and invocations to be said either at the commencement of prayer time or throughout the day.

Evening Prayers

Psalm 90 * Qui habitat. The just is secure under the protection of God. [1] The praise of a canticle for David. He that dwelleth in the aid of the most High, shall abide under the protection of the God of Jacob. [2] He shall say to the Lord: Thou art my protector, and my refuge: my God,…

The Five Prayers of Fatima

1) The Fatima Prayer (Decade Prayer) O my Jesus, forgive us our sins, save us from the fires of hell, lead all souls to Heaven, especially those most in need of Thy mercy. Amen. Mary told the children that people should add this prayer to the end of each decade of the Rosary.   2)…

Prayers to St. Joseph

Indulgenced prayers and invocations to St. Joseph, our glorious patriarch, the most loving of earthly fathers, sedulous defender of the Church of Jesus Christ, terror of the demons and custodian of the Two Hearts.

St. Joseph, pray for us!

Chaplet of St. Michael

The Chaplet of St. Michael the Archangel honours St. Michael and the nine Angelic Choirs and was given to Antónia d’Astónaco, a Portuguese Carmelite, by St. Michael with the powerful promises. It and was approved and indulgenced by Pope St. Pius IX in 1851.

Litanies

Traditional Catholic Litanies. Savour the richness of our Catholic Faith and earn Indulgences.

The Holy Cloak of St. Joseph Novena (30 Days)

This powerful devotion to St. Joseph is to be prayed for 30 days. St. Teresa of Avila vouched for its efficaciousness, writing “If you really want to believe in it, prove it to yourself by reciting the Novena and you will be finally convinced.”

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.

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…