Traditional Prayers and Variations

“When we say the Our Father, I hear many of you say it as it really should be said — ‘Let us not be led into temptation’. God would never lead us into temptation.”

“… God has no imperfection in Him and God would not allow this to happen.”

October 3, 1981

“Another prayer that is being cast aside in many ways is a prayer saying, ‘I believe in God, The Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and earth… .’ Everyone who reads These Words that I speak today, should ask themselves how many times they say this short sentence and feel the greatness of it, the strength in it, the dependence on it.”

Our Heavenly Mother
May 1, 1997


“Oh my God,
I am heartily sorry For having offended Thee.
I detest all my sins Because
I dread the loss of Heaven And the pains of Hell,
But most of all
Because they offend Thee, my God,
Who art All Good
And deserving of all my love.
I firmly resolve With the Help of Thy Grace
To ‘CORRECT’ my sins,
To do penance,
And to amend my life. Amen.”

“Logic tells us that to ‘CORRECT’ something takes much more sincerity, understanding its importance, than to just ‘confess’ it, because it is easier to confess a wrong than to ‘RIGHT IT’ by ‘CORRECTING IT’.

“Can One Word Make It More Applicable – Meaningful And Understanding – Plus Correct?”
January 5, 1997

“Man is saying: ‘I do not need God. I will experience all I can now.’ The disturbance is significant that evil is gaining many Souls. Please, each day say the Prayer I hold dear. Never let one day go without calling on Me.”

“Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him, we humbly pray,
And do Thou, Oh Prince of the Heavenly Host,
By the Power of God, thrust into hell, satan and all evil spirits, who wander through the world seeking the ruin of Souls. Amen.”

Saint Michael
March 30, 1970

“When a child says, ‘Hail Mary, full of Grace, The Lord is with Thee…,’ does the child of any age understand this in its fullness? I have to say ‘No,’ because prayers are spoken so rapidly that the meaning of them is no longer an important part of the prayer.”

Our Heavenly Mother
May 1, 1997

“I want you to know that as you pray to Me and you remind Me, through the prayer called ‘The Memorare’, that I will listen to you and give you what you want. So now, if you will all say with Me, the prayer I love to hear, besides the ones you pray ordinarily, it will give Me much happiness Where I am, for though I am Here in the Heavens, I am also with you every moment of every day.

‘Remember, oh most Gracious Virgin Mary, that never was it known that anyone who fled to Thy Protection, implored Thy Help, or sought Thy Intercession, was left unaided. Inspired with this confidence I fly unto Thee, oh Virgin of virgins, my Mother. To Thee I come, before Thee I stand, sinful and sorrowful. Oh Mother of the Word Incarnate, despise not my petition, but in Thy Mercy hear and answer me. Amen.’

Our Heavenly Mother
June 12, 1985


Who Created All Things, Who Will Judge All Souls.
Who was sacrificed for many things, allowed by The Father, submitted to by The Son, for mankind’s understanding of Sacrifice in the Name of Love, so that mankind would not feel alone in the sacrifices to be made for the benefit of his or her Soul, all things based on purity of mind and body, so the Soul would return to The Father.

The Divine Light, Wisdom, Hope and Love of The Father, to be the Connecting Link between God and Man’s Soul.”

“The Sign Of The Cross”
September 9, 1992

“I bless you with the Cross I bore and I do say to you, ‘Make The Sign of The Cross again and again and keep it close to you.’ It is a small prayer for man to say, but the meaning of this prayer is the greatest prayer of your day, for it says to God The Father a greeting of love, for when you say, ‘In the Name of The Father’, you express recognition to Him Who is Above; and when you touch your breast, I hold you close to My Heart, for when you call My Name, I look to see which way your ‘will’ will take you on this day; and as you cross your shoulders left to right, The Holy Ghost gives you Grace, showers Light. So this is not just a prayer or just a few words. This act of recognition says to God, ‘I am Yours.’

Our Lord
January 13, 1972

“I raise My hand in a Blessing and I say, ‘As you greet each day, never forget to cross yourself and say the words openly:
‘In The Name of The Father Who Created me, In The Name of my Heavenly Mother Who always watches over me, In The Name of The Son Who was Sacrificed for me, and Who Sacrificed much so I would live with God for All Eternity, and In The Name of The Holy Spirit of God, thank You for giving me the Enlightenment through This Miracle that bears Your Name, for since I have learned so much, I promise I will do all I can to lead and live a life of purity.’

Saint John Vianney
August 29, 1995

“As you cross yourself on this night, do not forget, each time you do this, The Father sees a Light. Just as you see a light you turn on, your communication is a Light, beyond what you understand it to be, but never forget, every word you address is immediately heard and seen.”

Many Saints
June 29, 2005

“I smile when I hear you practicing this short prayer. It is a delight to Me now that this time has come, because I am always Present, and even though there is much dissension regarding a Word defining My Place as Part of The Divine, I do not expect mankind to fully understand this at first, but logic will eventually take over. I am sure of this. The prayer of course, is this, a Salute to All of Us:
‘In the Name of The Father and The Holy Mother, in the Name of The Son and The Holy Spirit of The Father. Amen.’

Our Heavenly Mother
May 10, 1995

“I bless you from the Heavens. I bless you in a way you will understand, for I say, ‘In the Name of The Heavenly One, The Creator of all mankind; in the Name of The Father and in the Name of The Son, Who gave to the world a Portion of Him, Who gave to the world the Way to Him.’ And then I say, ‘As you cross from one shoulder to the next, My Light will remain with you.’ You must remember this.”

Saint Joseph, The Holy Spirit
November 4, 1981

“I beseech you to never stop making The Sign Of The Cross as you awaken in the morning, or as you lay your head to rest. It helps you to remember the Importance of the True Existence of The Holy Trinity.”

Saint John of The Cross
July 7, 2000

“Remember, when you cross yourself and you call upon ‘The Father’, reminding Him that you exist and you know about Him, and then you bring your hand down, you call upon ‘The Son’ Who walked the earth noticeably, obviously in a human manner, way, purpose, and then you cross from one shoulder to the next and you call upon ‘The Holy Spirit’, or as you call It, ‘The Holy Ghost’, and you know within your heart, within your mind, that you are addressing a Gift of your love for The Divine; but also remember, when you say ‘Amen,’ you are not just closing the prayer or the wish, you are acting out of respect for the Beauty, the Dignity and the Magnitude of what you have just said.”

Saint Joseph, The Holy Spirit
November 30, 2004

“As you awaken each day, remember to make ‘The Sign of The Cross’, and before you decide it is time to close your eyes at night, you repeat this Act of Recognition to The Holy Trinity.”

Saint Alphonsus Liguori
Saint Aloysius
Padre Pio
December 19, 2002


Soul of Christ, sanctify me.
Body of Christ, save me.
Blood of Christ, inebriate me.
Water from the side of Christ, wash me.
Passion of Christ, strengthen me.
O good Jesus, hear me.
Within Thy Wounds hide me.
Permit me not to be separated from Thee.
From the malignant enemy, defend me.
In the hour of my death, call me.
And bid me come to Thee, that with Thy Saints,
I may praise Thee forever and ever.


Anima Christi

Blessed be God.
Blessed be His Holy Name.
Blessed be Jesus Christ, true God and true Man.
Blessed be the Name of Jesus.
Blessed be His Most Sacred Heart.
Blessed be His Most Precious Blood.
Blessed be Jesus in the Most Holy Sacrament of the Altar.
Blessed be The Holy Spirit, The Consoler.
Blessed be the great Mother of God, Mary Most Holy.
Blessed be Her Holy and Immaculate Conception.
Blessed be Her Glorious Assumption.
Blessed be the Name of Mary, Virgin and Mother.
Blessed be Saint Joseph, Her Most Chaste Spouse.
Blessed be God in His Angels and in His Saints.


The Divine Praises

Look down upon me, good and gentle Jesus
while before Your Face I humbly kneel and,
with burning Soul, pray and beseech You
to fix deep in my heart lively sentiments
of faith, hope, and charity;
true contrition for my sins,
and a firm purpose of amendment.

While I contemplate,
with great love and tender pity,
Your five most Precious Wounds,
pondering over Them within me
and calling to mind the words which David,
Your prophet, said to You, my Jesus:

“They have pierced My hands and My feet,
they have numbered all My bones.”


Prayer Before A Crucifix