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A prayer for lost things

Dear St. Anthony, please hear my prayer for a lost item. I know it’s silly, but you have been known to help people find their things sometimes. You know how much this means to me, and I hope you’ll grant my request.

Blessings to You, St. Anthony, for your wise prayers and powerful patronage in helping me find my lost things.

Blessings to you, St. Anthony, for your wise prayers and powerful patronage in helping me find my lost things.

Thank you for the miracles that you work daily on behalf of all who ask for your intercession. I pray that through the intercession of Saint Anthony of Padua, God will soon reunite me with my lost object and bring it back into my life as a sign of His love and mercy towards me.

  • Please remember in your prayers this intention: “Blessing to You, St. Anthony”.

You know, dear saint, the value of what I have so foolishly lost.

Dear saint,

You know, dear saint, the value of what I have so foolishly lost. It is a thing that means everything to me: the most treasured possession of my mother’s family for generations—a little engraved gold locket with a portrait inside and “To those who love us” inscribed on the back. If you can help me find it again, I will be eternally grateful.

You know how much it means to me.

Dear Saint Anthony, Patron Saint Of Lost Things,

I am writing to you today because I have lost something very important to me. It means a lot to me, and it is hard not having it around. I know that this may seem like a small thing to most people, but it’s important to me! My family has been praying for years for help finding what we lost, or at least knowing what happened to our things so we can move on with our lives.

I hope that you can help me find what was lost before so that my family can finally be whole again.

Help me to find it.

If you’re out of ideas for locating your lost item(s), try praying to Saint Anthony. A common prayer from the Catholic tradition, “St. Anthony, patron of lost things,” is often said when one has lost something important to them, such as a loved one or their keys (the latter being one of the most common reasons we turn to St. Anthony). The prayer goes like this:

“Dear St. Anthony, please come and find my (lost item). I ask this in the name of God. Amen.”

You can also use this same basic structure with more specificity: “Dear St. Anthony, please come and find my missing wallet/cell phone/yarn store receipt/etc.”

My faith tells me that you will hear my prayer, and bring back to me my lost item(s).

If you are reading this and have lost something, the most important thing for you to realize is that your faith in God is the most important thing. You should always pray to God, using the words of this prayer. And when you do pray, always be confident that your lost item(s) will be returned to you.

With great confidence, I ask this favor through Christ our Lord. Amen.

St. Anthony is a powerful prayer for lost things. It can help you find a lost item, or get something back that was stolen from you.

St. Anthony is the patron saint of Brazil and Portugal, as well as travelers and missing persons. Many local churches are dedicated to him including Sts Peter and Paul Church in York, England where there is an annual celebration on the Monday after Easter Day (Easter Monday).

The traditional prayer requests St Anthony’s intercession with God on behalf of himself/herself when praying for a favor – such as finding something they’ve lost – but it can be adapted to fit any situation where it would be beneficial to ask someone else’s assistance with our prayers.[1][2]

female saint of lost things

If you’ve ever lost something, then you know how frustrating it can be to not be able to find it again. For example, I lost my phone charger one time and couldn’t find it anywhere! I thought that maybe I would never see it again. Thankfully, though, there are saints who can help with finding lost things—and one of those saints is St. Anthony of Padua! If you haven’t heard of him before (I hadn’t either), don’t worry: we’ll be going over some basic information about this powerful saint and how he might help with finding your lost item .

Have you ever lost something and thought, “I don’t know if I can ever find it again?”

Have you ever lost something and thought, “I don’t know if I can ever find it again?”

If so, this saint is one to pray to when looking for a lost item. Saint Anthony of Padua was a Portuguese Franciscan friar who is known for his many miracles involving finding lost things. He is also the patron saint of finding things that were stolen or lost. One way he helped people find their belongings was by praying a novena directly on our website! He would also direct people to pray these prayers when looking for a lost object:

If you have, then you might want to turn to St. Anthony of Padua, the patron saint of lost things.

If you have, then you might want to turn to St. Anthony of Padua, the patron saint of lost things.

St. Anthony was a Franciscan priest and friar who devoted himself to preaching and miracles with a great love for the poor. He was canonized in 1232 by Pope Gregory IX, and he is now the patron saint of Portugal.

In addition to being known for his preaching and miracles, St. Anthony is also known as “the finder of lost articles” because he would help people find things when they lost them—often just by asking him to do so!

Before we talk more about St. Anthony and the female Saint of Lost Things, let’s first talk about how important prayer is when looking for a lost item..

Prayer is a powerful tool that can help us in many ways, including finding lost things. It’s important to know that prayer is not just something we do when we want something or need help. Prayer is a way we communicate with God and let him know how we feel about things in our lives. God hears our prayers, he understands what we are going through and he wants to help us find peace and happiness in the midst of difficult situations.

The most well-known prayer regarding lost items comes from St Anthony of Padua, who was born in 1195 AD in Lisbon Portugal (yes that’s right – Portugal). He was known for his holiness as well as his care for animals – which makes sense because both dogs and cats love catnip! St Anthony is often represented holding a piglet because it symbolizes one of the miracles attributed to him: The Miracle of the Piglet

Now that you have an idea for where to start praying about your lost item, I’ll tell you about this powerful prayer to find lost items!

You can pray to St. Anthony of Padua and the female Saint of Lost Things for help finding a lost item. This is a powerful prayer that you should use as soon as possible, so start praying now!

One way to pray for finding a lost item is by asking St. Anthony for his help!.

Saint Anthony of Padua is one way to pray for finding a lost item. However, there are other ways to ask for help with finding lost things as well. One can also pray to the female saint of lost items, who is known as St. Rita of Cascia (1381-1457). There are also angels and saints that are associated with lost items in general, or have been asked by people in the past: St. Michael the Archangel (patron saint against loss), St. Jude Thaddeus (patron saint against impossible situations), and others like these! It’s important that you remember any prayers said by your family members before they passed away because sometimes we forget about them but they may still be close by helping us out when we need it most!

If you want more information about how you can protect yourself from losing things please contact us today for more details!

You can also pray this novena directly on our website!

If you don’t have time to pray the novena, you can still say a prayer in honor of St. Anthony. The following is a prayer that has been found to be very effective:

  • Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come and Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil for thine is the kingdom, the power and glory forever and ever amen (Amen).

Now say three times: Saint Anthony Abbot, Patron of the Poor, give me back what I have lost through my own fault by negligence or carelessness; especially _________[name whatever thing you’ve lost].

Pray these prayers when looking for a lost item!

  • Pray the Novena to St. Anthony: This prayer is from St. Teresa of Avila, and will help you focus on finding your lost item. It’s also a great way to meditate on what it means for God to be everywhere, even in places where we lose things.
  • Pray to the female saint of lost things (St. Rita): If you’re looking for something that has been lost for a long time, it might be helpful to pray directly to someone who knows what it’s like when we can’t see God or his blessings in our lives—but who knows they’re there somewhere! There are many saints who have been known as “female saints of lost things,” but one of them is St. Rita de Cassia—you’ll find her statue in every Catholic church (and plenty of other places). You could also try praying with any other saint that seems right based on your personality or situation; just remember that everyone finds different kinds of comfort from various people and objects!

Conclusion

I know that you will be able to help me with my lost item(s), St. Anthony. I have great confidence in your wisdom and power, and I am sure that you will hear my prayer and bring back to me what is so important to me.

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