Morning Prayer at Assembly
I am a Faith-filled person of Excellence who provides Service to others and acts with Integrity.
American Martyrs Prayer
Jesus, I believe in You.
Jesus, I hope in You.
Jesus, I love You.
Thank you, Jesus, for loving me.
Salute to the Cross
I pledge loyalty to the King eternal,
immortal and invisible,
to the only God, be honor and glory,
forever and ever.

Sign of The Cross

In the name of the Father,

and of the Son,

and of the Holy Spirit. 


Grace Before Meals

Bless us, O Lord,

and these your gifts

which we are about to receive

from your goodness.

Through Christ our Lord.



Grace After Meals

We give you thanks for all your gifts,

almighty God,

living and reigning now and forever.



Guardian Angel

Angel of God,

my guardian dear,

to whom God’s love

commits me here,

ever this day be at my side,

to light and guard,

to rule and guide.



Our Father

Our Father, who art in heaven,

hallowed be thy name;

thy kingdom come;

thy will be done on earth

as it is in heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread;

and for give us our trespasses

as we forgive those

who trespass against us;

and lead us not into temptation,

but deliver us from evil.



Hail Mary

Hail Mary, full of grace,

the Lord is with you!

Blessed are you among women,

and blessed is the fruit

of your womb, Jesus.

Holy Mary, Mother of God,

pray for us sinners,

now and at the hour of our death.


Glory Be to The Father

Glory be to The Father,

and to the Son,

and to the Holy Spirit:

as it was in the beginning,

is now, and will be forever.



 The Confiteor

I confess to almighty God

and to you, my brothers and sisters,

that I have greatly sinned,

in my thoughts and in my words,

in what I have done and in what I have failed to do,

through my fault, through my fault,

through my most grievous fault;

therefore I ask blessed Mary ever-Virgin,

all the Angels and Saints,

and you, my brothers and sisters,

to pray for me to the Lord our God.


Act of Contrition

My God,

I am sorry for my sins

with all my heart.

In choosing to do wrong

and failing to do good,

I have sinned against you

whom I should love above all things.

I firmly intend, with your help,

to do penance.

and to sin no more,

and to avoid whatever leads me to sin.

Our Savior Jesus Christ

suffered and died for us.

In his name, my God, have mercy.



Prayers of The Faithful

In the General Intercessions or the Prayer of the Faithful, the people respond in a certain way to the word of God which they have welcomed in faith and, exercising the office of their baptismal priesthood, offer prayers to God for the salvation of all. It is fitting that such a prayer be included, as a rule, in Masses celebrated with a congregation, so that petitions will be offered for the holy Church, for civil authorities, for those weighed down by various needs, for all men and women, and for the salvation of the whole world.


The Stations of the Cross

The Stations of the Cross became part of every Catholic Church so that the Faithful could “walk the way of the cross in our own parish churches.  The Stations are especially part of our Lenten preparation for Easter.

  1. Jesus is condemned to die.  “We adore you, O Christ, and we bless you, because by your holy cross, you have redeemed the world.”  (Said at each station)
  2. Jesus takes up his cross.
  3. Jesus falls the first time
  4. Jesus meets his mother.
  5. Simon helps Jesus carry his cross.
  6. Veronica wipes the face of Jesus.
  7. Jesus falls the second time.
  8. Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem.
  9. Jesus falls the third time.
  10. Jesus is stripped of his garments.
  11. Jesus is nailed to the cross
  12. Jesus dies on the cross.
  13. Jesus is taken down from the cross.
  14. Jesus is laid in the tomb. 


Come Holy Spirit

Come Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful and

kindle in them the fire of your love.

Send forth your Spirit and they shall be created.

And You shall renew the face of the earth.

O, God, who by the light of the Holy Spirit,

did instruct the hearts of the faithful,

grant that by the same Holy Spirit

we may be truly wise and ever

enjoy His consolations,

Through Christ Our Lord,




Glory to God in the highest,

and on earth peace to people of good will.

We praise you,

we bless you,

we adore you,

we glorify you,

we give you thanks for your great glory,

Lord God, heavenly King,

O God, almighty father.

Lord Jesus Christ, Only Begotten Son,

Lord God, Lamb of God, Son of the Father,

you take away the sins on the world,

have mercy on us;

you take away the sins of the world,

receive our prayer;

you are seated at the right hand of the Father,

have mercy on us.

For you alone are the Holy One,

you alone are the Lord,

you alone are the most high,

Jesus Christ,

with the Holy Spirit,

in the glory of God the Father.



Prayer of St. Michael

'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, O Prince of the Heavenly Host,

by the power of God, thrust into hell Satan

and all evil spirits who wander through the world

for the ruin of souls.



Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Eucharistic adoration is the practice of praying before Jesus in the form of the Eucharistic host. The host may be exposed in a special vessel known as a monstrance, or reserved in a tabernacle. (The tabernacle is the place where the Eucharistic hosts are kept after the celebration of Mass; it is indicated by a light or candle.)

People pray in all sorts of ways during Eucharistic adoration. Meditative Prayer, Contemplative Prayer, and silent conversation with Jesus are common practices, as is saying the rosary.  Some people sing hymns of praise (if they are alone), while others write in a prayer journal or bring sacred reading. But Eucharistic adoration can also be as simple as sunbathing . . . just sitting and soaking up God’s love in the presence of Jesus.


Nicene Creed

I believe in one God,

the Father almighty,

maker of heaven and earth,

of all things visible and invisible.

 I believe in one Lord Jesus Christ,

the Only Begotten Son of God,

born of the Father before all ages,

God from God, Light from Light,

true God from true God

begotten, not made, consubstantial with the Father;

through him all things were made.

For us men and for our salvation

he came down from heaven,

and by the Holy Spirit was incarnate of the Virgin Mary,

and became man.

For our sake he was crucified under Pontius Pilate,

he suffered death and was buried,

and rose again on the third day

in accordance with the Scriptures.

He ascended into heaven

and is seated at the right hand of the father.

He will come again in glory

to judge the living and the dead

and his kingdom will have no end.

I believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the giver of life,

who proceeds from the Father and the Son,

who with the Father and the Son is adored and glorified,

who has spoken through the prophets.

I believe in the one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church.

I confess one baptism for the forgiveness of sins

and I look forward to the resurrection of the dead

and the life of the world to come.  Amen.


The Angelus

 The Angel of the Lord declared to Mary: 
And she conceived of the Holy Spirit. 

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with you; blessed are you among women and blessed is the fruit of your womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of
our death. Amen. 

Behold the handmaid of the Lord: Be it done unto me according to Thy word. 

Hail Mary . . . 

And the Word was made Flesh: And dwelt among us. 

Hail Mary . . . 

Pray for us, O Holy Mother of God,  that we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ. 

Let us pray: 

Pour forth, we beseech Thee, O Lord, Your grace into our hearts; that we, to whom the incarnation of Christ, Your Son, was made known by the message of an angel, may by His Passion and Cross be brought to the glory of His Resurrection, through the same Christ Our Lord.  Amen.


 My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord,

my spirit rejoices in God my Savior,

for he has looked with favor on his humble servant. From this day all generations will call me blessed, the Almighty has done great things for me, and holy is his Name. He has mercy on those who fear Him in every generation. He has shown the strength of his arm, he has scattered the proud in their conceit. He has cast down the mighty from their thrones, and has lifted up the humble. He has filled the hungry with good things, and the rich he has sent away empty. He has come to the help of his servant Israel for he has remembered his promise of mercy, the promise he made to our fathers, to Abraham and his children for ever. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be for ever.


The Apostles’ Creed

I believe in God,

the Father almighty,

Creator of heaven and earth,

and in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord,

who was conceived by the Holy Spirit,

born of the Virgin Mary,

suffered under Pontius Pilate,

was crucified, died, and was buried;

he descended into hell;

on the third day he rose again from the dead;

he ascended into heaven,

and is seated at the right hand of God

the Father almighty;

from there he will come to judge the living

and the dead.

 I believe in the Holy Spirit,

the holy catholic Church,

the communion of saints,

the forgiveness of sins,

the resurrection of the body,

and life everlasting.



 The Rosary combines vocal and meditative prayer in which we consider the joyful, the sorrowful, the glorious, and the luminous mysteries in the lives of Jesus and Mary.   The Rosary is made up of the Glory to The Father, the Apostles’ Creed, the Our Father, and the Hail Mary.

 The Mysteries of the Rosary

The Joyful Mysteries

1.  The Annunciation

2.  The Visitation

3.  The Birth of Jesus

4.  The Presentation of Jesus in the Temple

5.  The Finding of Jesus in the Temple


The Sorrowful Mysteries

1.  The Agony in the Garden

2.  The Scourging at the Pillar

3.  The Crowning with Thorns

4.  The Carrying of the Cross

5.  The Crucifixion and Death of Jesus


 The Glorious Mysteries

1.  The Resurrection

2.  The Ascension

3.  The Descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles

4.  The Assumption of Mary into Heaven

5.  The Coronation of Mary as Queen of Heaven


The Luminous Mysteries

1.  Jesus’ Baptism in the Jordan

2.  The Miracle at the Wedding at Cana

3.  Jesus Announces the Kingdom of God

4.  The Transfiguration

5.  The Institution of the Eucharist


Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary,

that never was it known,

that anyone who fled to your protection,

implored your help,

or sought your intercession was left unaided.

Inspired by this confidence,

I fly unto you,

O Virgin of virgins, my mother;

to you do I come,

before you I stand sinful and sorrowful .

O Mother of the Word Incarnate,

despise not my petitions,

but in your mercy hear and answer me.



Lectio Divina

Lectio Divina, literally meaning "divine reading," is an ancient practice of praying the Scriptures. During Lectio Divina, the practitioner listens to the text of the Bible with the "ear of the heart," as if he or she is in conversation with God, and God is suggesting the topics for discussion. The method of Lectio Divina includes moments of reading (lectio), reflecting on (meditatio), responding to (oratio) and resting in (contemplatio) the Word of God with the aim of nourishing and deepening one's relationship with the Divine.


Hail, Holy Queen

Hail, Holy Queen, mother of mercy,

our life, our sweetness,

and our hope.

To you we cry, the children of Eve;

to you we send up our sighs,

mourning and weeping in land of exile.

Turn, then,  most gracious advocate,

your eyes of mercy toward us;

lead us home at last

and show us the blessed fruit

of your womb, Jesus:

O clement, o loving, o sweet Virgin Mary!




Prayerful reflection on the events of the day in order to detect God’s presence and discern his direction for us. 

  1. Become aware of God’s presence.
    2. Review the day with gratitude.
    3. Pay attention to your emotions.
    4. Choose one feature of the day and pray from it.
    5. Look toward tomorrow.

Exposition and Benediction

O Saluteris Hostia

O saving Victim, opening wide,

The gate of Heaven to us below;

Our foes press hard on every side

Thine aid supply; thy strength bestow.


To thy great name be endless praise,

Immortal Godhead, One in Three.

O grant us endless length of days,

In our true native land with thee.


O Salutaris Hostia,
Quae caeli pandis ostium: 
Bella premunt hostilia,
Da robur, fer auxilium.
Uni trinoque Domino 
Sit sempiterna gloria,
Qui vitam sine termino 
Nobis donet in patria.


Tantum Ergo

Down in adoration falling,

Lo! the sacred Host we hail,

Lo! o'er ancient forms departing

Newer rites of grace prevail; Faith for all defects supplying,

Where the feeble senses fail.


To the Everlasting Father,

And the Son Who reigns on high

With the Holy Ghost proceeding Forth from Each eternally,

Be salvation, honour, blessing,

Might, and endless majesty.



Tantum ergo Sacramentum
Veneremur cernui:
Et antiquum documentum
Novo cedat ritui:
Praestet fides supplementum
Sensuum defectui.

Genitori, Genitoque
Laus et iubilatio,
Salus, honor, virtus quoque
Sit et benedictio:
Procedenti ab utroque
Compar sit laudatio.


The Divine Praises


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 Paraclete.
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 St. Joseph, her most chaste spouse.
Blessed be God in His Angels and in His Saints.



Liturgy of The Hours


The Lord has commanded us to pray without ceasing, and this is what the Hours help us do.

Morning Prayer – at the start of the day's work and the coming of the light.

Daytime Prayer – at mid-morning, noon and in the afternoon, to unite us with the one for whom and through whom we are working.

Evening Prayer – at the end of the day's work, to offer up what we have done.

Night Prayer – last thing at night, to commend our souls to God.