This is a book of favorite Catholic novena to different saint and for different situations and favors.
Praying with the Saints for The Holy Souls in Purgatory
throughout the ages, the devotions, prayers, and practices of the communion of Saints have been offered up on behalf of souls in purgatory, the çhurch suffering'. the saints' ardent desire to intercede impelled them to pray ceaselessly for the holy soul's eternal rest. this inspiring book shows how you can join the saints in this act of divine charity, thereby attaining spiritual gifts for acts done for the souls that cry out to us for relief
the promise of eternal life has been a clarion call to the saints for centuries, rousing them to action and heroic virtue. they knew that, compared with eternity, this life is but a shadow. this book is a timeless, priceless compass for the journey to heaven, it has 45 short chapters filled with provocative scripture quotes, this book is at once challenging and easy to understand. it can be read a little at a time or all at once with equal benefit.
Prayer for Parish Groups
this book address the apprehensions that people often encounter when they pray together, and provide a step-by-step guide to preparing, adapting, and leading prayer. groups that steadily pray together testify to the difference it makes. those who are already well along the road will find this book to be a rich source of ideas and possibilities. those groups who are just starting to include prayer in their gathering will find the book invaluable. it is our hope that the use of this book will help all who draw from it to become more creative with prayer.
In constant prayer
this book presents a structure for our lives where we can live in continued awareness of god's presence and reality. a pattern for worship and prayer that is offered to God at specific times throughout the day, the daily office is meant to be prayed by all the faithful so the church may be continuous and God's work in this world may be sustained. yet it is highly personal too, an anchor between the daily and the divine, the mundane and the marvelous.