Anthony's family wanted him to be a great nobleman, but for the sake of Christ he became a poor Franciscan priest. He was great evangelizer, preacher, and teacher throughout Italy and France. This pamphlet includes a brief spiritual biography of this heroic servant of God, followed by reflections on particular aspects of his spirituality, and questions that can be applied to our own lives.
Like the other pamphlets in Liguori's An Hour With… series, An Hour With Saint Anthony of Padua will help you turn everything off for an hour, creating a brief period of reflection, inspiration, and prayer within your busy daily routine. It can become a miniature retreat that will refresh your spirit.
Anthony's family wanted him to be a great nobleman, but for the sake of Christ he became a poor Franciscan priest. He was great evangelizer, preacher, and teacher throughout Italy and France. This pamphlet includes a brief spiritual biography of this heroic servant of God, followed by reflections on particular aspects of his spirituality, and questions that can be applied to our own lives. Like the other pamphlets in Liguori's "An Hour With..." series, "An Hour With Saint Anthony of Padua" will help you turn everything off for an hour, creating a brief period of reflection, inspiration, and prayer within your busy daily routine. It can become a miniature retreat that will refresh your spirit. "Pamphlet This item is not returnable."
This pamphlet series gives busy Catholics the opportunity to turn everything off for an hour and spend time with the wisdom of a canonized saint or revered religious leader, creating a time of reflection, recollection, learning, contemplation, and prayer. "Pamphlet This item is not returnable."
My Favorite Novenas is a purse- or pocket-size book containing Novenas to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, St. Jude, St. Gerard (expectant mothers), Our Lady of Lourdes, St. Joseph (fathers), St. Dymphna (nervous disorders), St. Therese, The Infant Jesus of Prague (urgent need), Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin, St. Peregrine (cancer), St. Joseph (workers), St. Anthony, St. Lucy (eye disorders), St. Anne (homemakers), and St. Rita (the hopeless). With color illustrations from the studios of Cromo in Milan, Italy. Format: 16 page booklet Size: approximately 4.125 x 5.25 Publisher: Cromo
Compiled by Augustinian Fathers of Kenosha. Originally published during World War II, this booklet is being brought out again to encourage prayers for peace and for loved ones in today s new horrors of war. NOVENA FOR PEACE is arranged as a holy hour (with Benediction) for use in a congregation, but its prayers can just as well be prayed privately. These include the Prayer to Our Lady of Mercy; Prayer for Soldiers, Sailors and Aviators; Prayer for Those at Sea; Prayer to the Mother of Sorrows; Prayer to St. Rita, Advocate in Desperate Cases; Prayer to St. Michael; Invocations to our Suffering Saviour Jesus Christ; Pope Pius XII s Prayer for Peace; the Memorare; Mother Dearest, Mother Fairest; and more. This little book of hope guides the reader in beseeching God s help for those in the service and for true Christian peace on earth.
The novenas in this booklet are for those who wish to experience the richness of a time-honored prayer experience. Includes novenas to the Most Holy Trinity, the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Our Mother of Perpetual Help, Our Lady of Guadalupe, and Saint Joseph, and a host of devotional novena prayers to a wide variety of saints, including Saint Jude, Saint Gerard Majella, and St. Anthony. Perfect for personal use, and inexpensive enough to purchase in larger numbers for groups. "Deluxe pamphlet" This item is not returnable.
Enter into one of the treasured spiritual practices of the Church!
Since the seventh century Catholics the world over have used the novena as a means of deepening their spiritual life, expressing devotion to a saint, or as an avenue for petitioning the Lord for a particular grace. The novena (from the Latin novem, "nine," and noveni, "nine at a time") is a period of public or private prayer lasting nine days, symbolizing the time between Christ's Ascension and Pentecost, during which Mary and the Apostles awaited the coming of the Holy Spirit.
At the heart of Novenas for the Church Year is a collection of nearly 60 original novenas that you can use to feed your soul as you commemorate an astounding variety of holy souls and holy days. Allow Fr. Peter John Cameron, O.P., editor of Magnificat, to lead you on a rewarding journey of prayer and intercession in rhythm with the Church year.
Bring your fears, your passions, your worries and your thanksgiving to God with a wide variety of novenas including those in honor of:
Mary the Mother of God
The Presentation of the Lord
The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
Week of Christian Unity
The Chair of Saint Peter
World Day of Prayer for Vocations
The Dedication of the Lateran Basilica
A helpful narrative recounts the Novena's history and its role in Church tradition, setting the stage for these powerful prayers.
The little that is known about the Apostle Jude is found in the New Testament and ancient traditions. Neither of these, however, offer details of his life. Because he was an apostle of the Lord, we know for certain that Jude spent a great deal of time with Jesus. He grew to know him intimately during the years of Jesus’ public ministry. An ancient tradition places St. Jude in Mesopotamia and Persia preaching the Gospel. It is believed that he was eventually martyred in Persia, where he was beaten to death with a club. He is usually depicted with a club, instrument of torture, and a medallion showing Jesus’ face. Popular devotion to St. Jude Thaddeus developed in the 20th century when he became known as the patron of hopeless and desperate cases. The booklet contains morning and evening prayer, Prayer to Obtain a Special Favor, Prayer to be Freed from an Addiction, Prayer for a Loved One Suffering from an Addiction, Prayer in Time of Adversity, Litany in Honor of St. Jude, and more. The tradition of praying novenas has its roots in the earliest days of the Church. Christians have always prayed for various needs, trusting that God both hears and answers prayer. The word “novena” derives from the Latin term novem, meaning nine. In a novena we pray a prayer for nine days. “But,” we might wonder, “doesn’t God know our needs before we event ask? Isn’t praying once for something enough?” Although we believe in God’s love for us, something we need to remind ourselves of this. Although we know we are held in God’s hands and that God will not let go, sometimes we need reassurance. What may appear to be mere repetition in a novena is really a continual act of faith and hope in our loving God. Just as we pray for each other while here on earth, those who have gone before us and are united with God in heaven can pray for us and intercede for us as well. We use the term “communion of sai