(This prayer can be said as a Novena for nine consecutive days)
I. O most glorious saint, whom God has made our protector against apoplexy, seeing that thou thyself didst die of that disease, we earnestly pray thee to preserve us from an evil so dangerous and so common. Pater, Ave, Gloria. More…
Patron Saint of: Orators, Preachers, Speakers.
Hail, O Mother! Virgin, heaven, throne, glory of our Church, its foundation and ornament.
Earnestly pray for us to Jesus, your Son and our Lord, that through your intercession we may have mercy on the day of judgment. More…
“Whosoever dies wearing this Scapular Shall not suffer eternal fire!”
— Our Lady of Mt. Carmel to St. Simon Stock (July 16, 1251)
The Devil to Father Velasco:
‘Take it off! Take off that Habit which snatches so many souls from us! All those clothed in it die piously and escape us!’ They then cried that three things particularly torment them: the first is the name of Jesus; the second the name of Mary; the third, the Scapular of Carmel.” More…
With the progressivist mentality dominating almost all the Catholic Church, it has been broadly spread that it is forbidden for any Catholic to curse another person or thing. Here we offer the words of St. Thomas Aquinas, the Universal Doctor of the Church, who teaches otherwise. He explains when it is licit for Catholics to make a curse.
St. Thomas Aquinas
O pure and happy spirits whom the Almighty selected to become the Angels and Guardians of men! I most humbly kneel before you, to thank thee for the charity and zeal with which thou execute this commission.
Alas! how many pass a long life without ever thanking that invisible friend to whom they owe a thousand times its preservation! More…
O Holy Archangels, first and eternal servants of God the Creator,
we call upon thee in recognition of thy heavenly offices,
thou art, Micha-el, the Great Defender,
thou art, Gabri-el, the Holy Adviser,
thou art, Rapha-el, the Bearer of Restoration, More…