Novenas, Litanies, Chaplets, Intercessory Prayers, and so much more. Texts and downloadable mp3 audio recordings of the most beloved devotionals.
Prayers to Jesus Christ
Stations of the Cross, Litany of the Sacred Heart, Litany of Humility, 15 Prayers of St. Bridget (Pieta Prayers), Divine Mercy Chaplet & Novena & many others
Prayers to the Blessed Virgin Mary
The Holy Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary, The 7 Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mary, Untier of Knots, Novenas to Our Lady, Litany of Loreto, AND MANY MORE….
Prayers to the Holy Spirit
Including the Holy Spirit Novena
Prayers for the Poor Souls
Daily Prayers for the Poor Souls in Purgatory
Novena for the Poor Souls
Healing and Authority Prayers
Prayers for Spiritual Healing, Prayers to Take Authority, Breastplate of St. Patrick, Prayers for Intercession of St. Padre Pio and more
Prayers to St. Joseph
The Litany of St. Joseph, the “30 Day Devotion to St. Joseph” (audio and text provided) Novena to St. Joseph
Prayers to the Saints
A Prayer of Teresa of Avila, The Chaplet of St. Charbel, A Prayer to Gerard Majella, For the intercession of Padre Pio, A Novena to Blessed Mother Teresa, The Novena Prayer to St. Therese the Little Flower and more
St. Michael and Holy Angels
Enter this room for the great Chaplet of St. Michael which honors all the holy choirs of angels!
The Surrender to the Will of God Novena
These words come from the living experience of the presence of Jesus in the prayer life of Fr. Dolindo Ruotolo and you are invited to make them your own as you pray the Novena.
Spiritual Classics Audio Recordings and Reflections
“Praying actualizes and deepens our communion with God. Our prayer can and should arise above all from our heart, from our needs, our hopes, our joys, our sufferings, from our shame over sin, and from our gratitude from the good. It can and should be a wholly personal prayer.”
― Pope Benedict XVI, Jesus of Nazareth: From the Baptism in the Jordan to the Transfiguration
“Dear brothers and sisters, let us learn to savour in our prayers the beauty of being friends, indeed children of God, of being able to call on him with the trust that a child has for the parents who love him. Let us open our prayers to the action of the Holy Spirit so that he may cry to God in us: “Abba! Father!”, and so that our prayers may transform and constantly convert our way of thinking and our action to bring us ever more closely into line with Jesus Christ, the Only-Begotten Son of God.”
_ Pope Benedict XVI, from the “School of Prayer: Wednesday Audiences”