Saints Prayers

Saints Prayers

When Our Lord was asked by the apostles to teach them how to pray, He taught us all the Our Father. In doing so He revealed to us that God is truly our Father, and that we are His sons. Christ Himself prayed, and taught us that we must also pray to ask for those things we need.

All of the saints led prayerful lives, and some of them, such as St Francis of Assisi, have beautiful and famous prayers that are attributed to them.

“Lord, make me an instrument of your peace.
Where there is hatred, let me sow love.
Where there is injury, pardon.
Where there is doubt, faith.
Where there is despair, hope.
Where there is darkness, light.
Where there is sadness, joy.

O Divine Master,
Grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled as to console;
To be understood, as to understand;
To be loved, as to love.
For it is in giving that we receive.
It is in pardoning that we are pardoned,
And it is in dying that we are born to Eternal Life.”

God is certainly a loving Father, and He never abandons his children in their need. As an example, Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque promoted devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus during her lifetime in the 17th century. God gave us this devotion Himself, partially as a means of preventing France from having to endure the ravages of the French Revolution. Unfortunately, as we well know, the French king refused the remedy, and did not consecrate his kingdom to the Sacred Heart. It was his grandson who suffered the fatal consequences, and the streets of Paris ran with blood.

God is so generous that he often provides us with the remedy before we even realize there is a need. He never leaves us unprovided for, but we must make use of the treasures he gives to us.

Under this section, Saints Prayers, I will be adding the prayers that are attributed to the saints who are mentioned in this website. I begin with the devotion revealed by Sister Mary of Saint Peter and later promoted by the Venerable Leo DuPont and Saint Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face, because the prayers they sought to make known were specifically meant as a remedy for us in our own time.

Holy Face of Jesus

Litany of Our Lady of Prompt Succor

St. Michael the Archangel prayer

Padre Pio Prayer

Saint Anthonys Brief

St. Charbel

Sacred Heart Nightly Devotion

Return to Roman Catholic Saints Home Page


Pelayo king of Asturias

Pelayo, King of Asturias  --

Pelayo's resistance initiated the nearly 800-year-long Reconquista to take back his country from the ruthless invader who had conquered his homeland and sought to erase his culture and his faith. His actions would lay the foundations of a Kingdom for Christ that would eventually reach around the world and spread the Catholic faith to millions of souls. Read more...

Please help us continue to bring high quality books to our readers at the lowest possible price! Click the link below! Thank you!

Now Available!

Defenders of Christendom
Battles - Honor - Miracles!
This book is filled with
amazing stories of little-known
Catholic heroes presenting
spectacles of bravery and
valor never exceeded in all the annals of history.
Demonstrating his
gallantry through daring feats
of arms, the knight's faith,
coupled with his marvelous
courage, made him nearly
invincible on the field
of battle. read more . . . 

Learning to Love God

Especially for young children -
Now available as an e-book!

Available for only $2.99 US
as an ebook download.

Also available in Spanish!

The exciting life story of
the holy Catholic knight
known as El Cid!

The amazing life story of the
little known incorrupt saint
- King Fernando III!
This highly acclaimed book is
inspirational to young men
and a guide to building a strong
masculine, Catholic character!

Also available as softback!