Thursday, February 13, 2020

A Catholic Prayer for Each Day of Lent

Here are 46 common Catholic prayers, which should be enough for you to pray a different prayer every day of the Season of Lent. This practice is a great way to introduce yourself to the Church's rich prayer tradition. Print this list and put a check mark by the ones you enjoy. Then you could add those to your regular prayer routine. Or, use this exercise to start a prayer routine, if you haven't already. Whatever you do, keep praying! And have a blessed Lent!

  1. Our Father
  2. Hail Mary
  3. Glory Be
  4. Angel of God
  5. Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep
  6. Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel
  7. Act of Contrition
  8. Act of Faith
  9. Act of Hope
  10. Act of Love
  11. Memorare
  12. Apostles Creed
  13. Nicene Creed
  14. Hail Holy Queen
  15. Angelus
  16. Magnificat
  17. Canticle of Zechariah
  18. Canticle of Simeon
  19. Divine Mercy Chaplet
  20. Rosary
  21. Breastplate of St. Patrick
  22. Come Holy Spirit
  23. Anima Christi
  24. Te Deum
  25. Fatima Prayer
  26. Jesus Prayer
  27. Litany of Humility
  28. Litany of St. Joseph
  29. Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary
  30. Litany of the Most Holy Name of Jesus
  31. Litany of the Sacred Heart
  32. Litany of the Saints
  33. Morning Offering
  34. O Salutaris
  35. Tantum Ergo
  36. The Divine Praises
  37. Serenity Prayer
  38. Gloria
  39. Sanctus
  40. Prayer before Communion
  41. Prayer after Communion
  42. Closing Prayer before Sleep
  43. Consecration to the Blessed Virgin
  44. Stations of the Cross
  45. Evening Acts of Thanksgiving
  46. Gaelic Blessing

For many more Catholic prayers besides the ones listed here, see More Catholic Prayers.

Pax Christi,
phatcatholic

Wednesday, January 01, 2020

Featured Post: How to Defend the Catholic Faith

The prospect of defending the Catholic faith is daunting for most people. It's scary to put yourself out there, and if someone asks you a difficult question ... what are you going to say?

But, it's really not as hard as you might think. With the right approach, a few key resources, and a healthy dose of practice and prayer, you can become an effective Catholic apologist. Here's what you need to get started, and if you've already started, this will take you well on your way to confidently engaging in Catholic apologetics.

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