Let's pray some
BASIC CATHOLIC PRAYERS
Angelus
Apostle’s Creed
Glory Be
Guardian Angel Prayer
Hail Mary
Holy Rosary
Our Father

St. Michael the Archangel
PRAYER TO JESUS
Act of Contrition
Act of Spiritual Communion

Anima Christi
Angelic Trisagion
Christ Candle of Hope Prayer
Holy Face
Litany of Humility

Novena to the Divine Child Jesus
Prayer In Visiting The Blessed Sacrament
Sacred Heart

Stations of The Cross
Thanksgiving To The Trinity
MARIAN PRAYERS
Children’s Prayer To Mary
Consecration To Mary
Don Bosco’s Prayer To Mary
Election Prayer To Mary
In Honor of the Immaculate Conception
Magnificat
Memorare
Our Lady of Guadalupe
Our Lady of Perpetual Help

Pope’s Immaculate Conception Prayer
Prayer To Our Lady Of Lourdes
Regina Coeli
PRAYERS OF THE SAINTS

30 Days Prayer to St. Joseph
Devotion to St. Joseph
Lorica of St. Patrick
Memorare to St. Joseph 
Prayer for the Year of St. Paul 
Saint Augustine of Hippo
Saint Benedict of Nursia
Saint Bonaventure
Saint Cecilia
Saint Clare of Assisi
Saint Ephrem

Saint Faustina’s Prayer Before Eucharist 
Saint Francis of Assisi
Saint Ignatius Prayer Against Depression
Saint Joseph
Saint Mary Magdalene
Saint Michael the Archangel
Saint Pio Prayer of Trust & Confidence
Saint Teresa of Avila Prayer
Saint Therese of Lisieux
Saint Thomas Aquinas
OTHER PRAYERS
Christmas Anticipation Prayer
Come Holy Spirit
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Episcopal Blessing
Holy Rosary
Intercession of Pope John Paul II
Miscarriage Prayer
Morning Offering
Prayer After Mass

Prayer Before Mass
Prayer for Employment
Prayer for Our President and Public Officials
Prayer for Help Against Spiritual Enemies
Prayer for Life
Prayer for Life Throughout the Year

Prayer for the Unborn
Prayer for Travelers
Prayer for Victims of Hurricanes
Prayer for Vocations
Prayer of Abandonment
Prayer to End Abortions
Short Prayer
Spiritual Pilgrimage With Pope Benedict XVI
Te Deum
Thanksgiving for Mass


“For me prayer is a surge of the heart, it is a simple look towards Heaven,
it is a cry of recognition and of love, embracing both trial and joy.”
– Saint Therese of Lisieux

source: http://www.ewtn.com/Devotionals/prayers/

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