May You always be my hope,
my trust, my riches, my delight,
my joy and gladness, my rest and quiet,
my food, my refreshment, my refuge and help,
my wisdom, portion and possession, my treasure
in which my mind and heart shall be rooted forever,
fixed, firm and immovable.

O my God, I firmly believe that You are
really and corporally present
in the Blessed Sacrament of the altar.
I adore You here present from the very depths of my heart,
and I worship Your sacred presence with all possible humility.
O my soul, what joy to have Jesus Christ always with us,
and to be able to speak to Him, heart to heart,
with all confidence.
Grant, O Lord, that I, having adored Thy Divine Majesty
here on earth in this wonderful Sacrament,
may be able to adore It eternally in heaven.


O Blessed Trinity, we thank you for having graced the Church
with St. John Paul II and for allowing the tenderness
of your Fatherly care, the glory of the Cross of Christ,
and the splendor of the Spirit of love to shine through him.
Trusting fully in Your infinite mercy,
and in the maternal intercession of Mary,
he has given us a living example of Jesus the Good Shepherd,
and has shown us that holiness
is the necessary measure of ordinary Christian life
and is the way of achieving eternal communion with You.

O kind and loving Jesus, I kneel before You
and earnestly beg You to fill my soul
with deep faith, hope and love.
Give me also true repentance for my sins
and a firm desire to amend them, as,
moved by Your pain and sorrow,
I ponder on Your five most precious wounds
and call to mind the words You spoke
through Your prophet, David:
“They have pierced my hands and my feed,
they have numbered all my bones.”

O glorious Saint Paul of the Cross,
on earth you were a mirror of innocence
and a model of penance!
O hero of saintliness,
chosen by God to meditate day and night
on the bitter Passion of His only-begotten Son,
and to spread devotion by word and deed
as well as by means of your religious family!
O Apostle, mighty in word and work,
you spent your life in bringing back
to the foot of the Cross the erring souls
of countless unfortunate sinners!
Mercifully look down once more from heaven
upon my poor soul and hear my petitions.
Obtain for me so great a love of Jesus suffering,
that by constant meditation on His Passion
I may make His sufferings mine.
Let me realize in the deep Wounds of my Savior
the wickedness of my transgressions,
and obtain from them, as from
the fountain of salvation, the grace of bitter tears
and an effectual resolution to imitate you in your penance,
if I have not followed your example of innocence.

Father, Son, and Holy Spirit,
We praise You and give You glory:
We bless You for calling us to be Your holy people.

Remain in our hearts,
And guide us in our love and service.
Help us to let our light shine before others
And lead them to the way of faith.

Holy Trinity of love,
We praise you now and forever.


Help us all, good Saint Luke,
to imitate very closely the life
and virtues of our Blessed Mother Mary,
about whom you wrote so beautifully,
and of Him whom she bore into this world,
Jesus Christ our Lord and our God,
who lives and is King for ever and ever.


Dear God, we pray for the laity
in our Church throughout the world.
You sent out Your disciples to proclaim the Gospel
to the laity because You want us
to be saved on the last day.

Lord God, help our clergy to be able to guide us
through the correct path to You,
may they continue to pray for us the laity
so that we remain fruitful branches of You, the True Vine.


May the offerings of Your people be accepted by You, O Lord,
and grant that we may be inflamed by that Divine fire
which coming from the Heart of Your Son,
burnt vehemently within blessed Margaret Mary.
Through the same our Lord Jesus Christ, Your Son,
Who lives and reigns with You,
in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God,
world without end.


Let nothing disturb you,
Nothing frighten you.
All things are passing.
God never changes.
Patient endurance attains all things.
Whoever possesses God lacks nothing,
God alone is sufficient.

My Jesus, I love You with my heart.
I grieve for offended your infinite goodness
so many times.
I strive by Your grace to never more offend You
for the time to come; and now,
miserable and unworthy though I am,
I consecrate myself to You without reserve.
I give You and renounce my entire will,
my affections, my desires, and all that I possess.
From now on, use me
and all that I have as You wish.
All I ask of You and desire is Your holy love
and the perfect accomplishment of Your will.

My Lord Jesus Christ,
who for the love You bear us,
remain night and day in this Sacrament,
full of compassion and of love,
awaiting, calling and welcoming
all who come to visit You.
I believe that You are present
in the Sacrament of the Altar.
I adore You from the abyss of my nothingness
and I thank You for all the graces
You have given me, and in particular,
for having given me Your Most Holy Mother Mary
as my advocate and for having called me
to visit You in this church.

Lord Jesus, our Savior,
You have made Your mother Mary
a faithful follower of God's law
and a chosen member of Your Church.
Through her prayers, may we continue
to grow in Your love.

Lord Jesus, King of all the saints,
we praise You now and forever.


O Mary, you are praying for us,
you are always praying for us.
We know it, we feel it.
Oh what joy and truth,
what sublime glory,
in this heavenly and human interchange
of sentiments, words and actions,
which the rosary always brings us:
the tempering of our human afflictions,
the foretaste of the peace that is not of this world,
the hope of eternal life!

Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, I love you.
Save souls.
St. Joseph, foster father of Christ,
pray for us.
St. Joseph, head of the Holy Family,
pray for us.
St. Joseph, patron of a happy death,
pray for us.
St. Therese, the Little Flower of the Child Jesus
and of the Holy Face,
pray for us.
St. Jude and St. Rita,
patrons of the seemingly impossible,
pray for us.
All you holy saints of God,
intercede for us.