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Prayer To St Agnes For A Husband

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Prayer to find a husband catholic

Saint Agnes, despising the earthly bridegroom for the love of God, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, reviving the dead young man through your prayers, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, not afraid of terrible torments, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, wishing with joy for death by martyrdom, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, condemned by the enemy to be burned, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, perishing from a murderous hand armed with steel, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, unparalleled in martyr’s patience, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, rare example of bravery and consistency, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, adorned with the palm of victory, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, rewarded with the crown of martyrdom, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, included in the fellowship of the martyrs of Christ, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, placed in the tabernacle of eternal glory, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, experienced Patroness in various adventures, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, consolation of God the Eternal Father, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, dwelling of the Holy Spirit, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, our Patroness, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, Virgin and Martyr, pray for us.

Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world, spare us, O Lord.

Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world, graciously hear us, O Lord.

Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world, have mercy on us.

Christ, hear us.

Christ, graciously hear us.

Kyrie eleison, Kyrie eleison, Kyrie eleison.

Christe eleison, Christe eleison, Christe eleison.

Kyrie eleison, Kyrie eleison, Kyrie eleison.

Almighty eternal God, who in the midst of pagan darkness, having in particular care your

faithful servant Saint Agnes, preserved her in innocence and gave her the crown of

martyrdom in Your glory, we ask You humbly to deliver us through her intercession from

the darkness of sin, and bring us through the road of virtue to the glory that she shares

forever with You, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Novena to Saint Agnes

The involvement of saints in the works on Earth depends to a large

extent on the commitment of the believers in asking saints for their

intercession. We unceasingly intercede for the world, we pray for the

Holy Church, but the amount and strength of our assistance depend upon

your insistence in prayer. It is also sometimes worthwhile to say a

novena to a saint. This form of devotions is particularly effective in

relation to the saints of the Church. Do not cease in prayer. Help comes.

Although it may be completely invisible to you at the beginning, it is, it

is very strong.

(Words of Saint Joseph from 20.05.2012)

We give into the hands of the Dear Reader our first novena in honor of St. Agnes. In

the liturgy of the Church, the tradition of the novena is affiliated with the ninemonth preparation by God of the Mother of God for the miracle of the birth of the

Savior. In the usual form, it consists of nine days of prayer related to church

ceremonies. The novenas also encompass the cult of the saints. The majority of the

canonization miracles of saints occurred through their intercession after saying a

novena in their honor.

The everyday prayer of this novena is made of several parts. The first one consists of

a fragment of the biography of St. Agnes narrated by herself. The second part is a

fragment of advisements and teachings of the Saint. The third part is the direct

prayer to the saint Patroness to obtain a particular grace. The fourth part is made of

the prayers: Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be to the Father and the Litany to St. Agnes

Virgin and Martyr. In addition, at the end of the book is located the favorite prayer

of St. Agnes and a prayer for daily recitation, both dictated by the Saint.

Saint Agnes is one of the few saints together with Saint Agatha, Lucia, Cecilia and

Anastasia mentioned in the Roman Canon of the holy Mass. She owes this important

position in the Church to the greatness of the miracles, which began to happen at

her grave after her death. The Roman emperor Constantine the Great himself, who in

the year 313 issued an edict of tolerance for Christians, owed the healing of his

daughter Constance to the intercession of St. Agnes, when Constance suffering from

leprosy prayed at her grave and regained health. This event made the grateful father

emperor to build a temple on the site of the grave of St. Agnes. After the healing,

the future St. Constance did not marry, and founded a sisterhood monastery near

this temple. St. Constance lived in the period (325-354). Today, in this place stands a

wonderful basilica of St. Agnes outside the Walls (Sant’Agnese fuori le Mura), built at

the request of Pope Honorius I in the VII century.

We encourage the beloved Reader to pray the novena in honor of St. Agnes. Let it be

a journey towards faith. Saint Agnes is the complete opposite of modern man. In

today’s world there are no miracles, because people do not believe. May saying the

novena in honor of St. Agnes awaken your faith, because as a 13-year-old girl, she

had an astonishing faith, which can be clearly seen in the messages that she gave us.

When she walked stripped to the house of debauchery, her purity and innocence

have been miraculously preserved by a sudden growth of the hair on her head and

the miraculous defense of the angel. Men desirous of debauchery, looking then at

her, became blind, because the angel threw lightning at anyone who wished to

possess her.

Saint Agnes is remembered on January 21s t. Her name in Latin means agnus or lamb,

a symbol of purity and innocence. St. Agnes lived in the years approx. 290-304.

The Rev. Piotr Maria Natanek, Ph.D. Hab

Litany of Saint Agnes, Virgin and Martyr

Kyrie eleison, Kyrie eleison, Kyrie eleison.

Christe eleison, Christe eleison, Christe eleison.

Kyrie eleison, Kyrie eleison, Kyrie eleison.

Christ, hear us.

Christ, graciously hear us.

God the Father of heaven, have mercy on us.

God, the Son, the Redeemer of the world, have mercy on us.

God, the Holy Spirit, have mercy on us.

Holy Trinity, one God, have mercy on us.

Holy Mary, pray for us.

Holy Mother of God, pray for us.

Holy Virgin of virgins, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, Virgin and Martyr, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, consecrated to God in your youth, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, lily of virginal innocence, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, rose among the thorns of paganism, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, inflamed with the love of God, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, defender of the faith, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, adornment of the Christian nation, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, loathing the lure of the world and all its vanity, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, by the particular grace of God protected by the angel from the stain of

sin, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, singular model of virginal purity, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, mirror of piety, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, example of obedience and mores, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, invaluable treasure of the Church of Christ, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, victorious over all temptations, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, adornment of the female gender, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, consolation of the Hearts of Jesus and Mary, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, guardian of all virgins, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, virgin in soul and body, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, bride of the Savior of the world, pray for us.

Saint Agnes, betrothed to God with the ring of His Faith, Hope and Love, pray for us.

Favorite Prayer of Saint Agnes

Jesus, alive and real, hidden in the white Host,

in front of You I stand in my littleness,

so you may deign to bless my thoughts and deeds

and make me holy in the manner of the Mother of Love.

I am Yours forever, I want to serve you faithfully,

so strengthen me with the Spirit and keep me from sin.

In Your small Form are hidden my treasures,

let me know Your beauty, when I will leave the miserable world.

Daily Prayer to Saint Agnes

Saint Agnes, my patroness, who entrusted yourself God to the end and with joy

suffered death by martyrdom for the One, who died for all of us, I ask you humbly,

deign to intercede for me in every minute of this day and obtain for me the grace of

selfless service to God and neighbors. Let your prayer give me comfort in times of

trials and torments. Be my friend in times of loneliness and abandonment, and obtain

for me from your Spouse, Jesus Christ, the eternal happiness in Heaven. Holy

innocent virgin, who paid the greatest price for preserving fidelity to Christ, obtain

for me the grace of complete purity of the soul and the body. Amen.

The attributes of Saint Agnes

In iconography, St. Agnes is represented as a young girl with a lamb in her arms or at

her feet. Her attributes are the palm and the sword.

It also happens that she is shown with two crowns – of virginity and martyrdom, and

next to her burns the pyre upon which she was thrown.

Often, she is also shown with very long hair, which grew in a miraculous way and hid

her like a mantle, when she was stripped for defamation in front of the crowd. The

earliest likenesses of the martyr date back to the 4t h century.

The patronage of Saint Agnes

Saint Agnes is the patron of:

• children

• youth

• maidens

• virgins

• purity

• fiancés

• girl scouts

• gardeners

• victims of rape

Day 1 – To live by faith from an early age

FROM THE REMEMBRANCES OF ST. AGNES:

I was a child, it is true. I have always remained a child in the perception of

God, because regardless of age, people depart from God when it seems to

them that they are dependent upon themselves. I never succumbed to that

illusion, and I deeply believed and placed my trust in God. Jesus remained my

chosen One, although it is rather He who chose me, so I may testify about His

love. Do you think that I alone would have been able to suffer death by

martyrdom for Him? No… no man is able to do so, if God does not give him this

grace (Compendium III, p. 117).

FROM THE TEACHINGS OF ST. AGNES:

Man was created by God and only the one God knows how many years He gave

him to spend on Earth. If from an early childhood man begins to follow the

good, it will be much easier for him to walk the right path in the future. If he

is left alone to himself without a proper education, then, without an

extraordinary grace of God, he can succumb to an easy life and get used to

choosing things that are comfortable and pleasant, but not necessarily good.

And for our deeds, we should care from the beginning; because the Book of

Life does not record the deeds of man from a mature age, but from the early

childhood, from the beginning, although it takes into account his awareness

and circumstances (Compendium IV, p. 152).

PRAYER:

Saint Agnes, who entrusted yourself to God at the beginning of your life and

with joy suffered death by martyrdom for the One, who died for all of us, I ask

you humbly, deign to intercede for me in every minute of this day and obtain

for me the grace (mention your request).

Let your prayer give me comfort in times of trials and torments. Be my friend

in times of loneliness and abandonment, and obtain for me from your Spouse,

Jesus Christ, the eternal happiness in Heaven. Holy innocent virgin, who paid

the greatest price for preserving fidelity to Christ, obtain for me the grace of

complete purity of the soul and the body. Amen.

Our Father …

Hail Mary …

Glory be to the Father …

Litany to Saint Agnes. (see back page)

Day 2 – To believe with your whole heart

FROM THE REMEMBRANCES OF ST. AGNES:

When I found out that there is a God and that He offered us the proof of His

love towards us in His Son, I wanted to devote all my life to Him, to the

crucified Jesus, in whom I believed wholeheartedly. Christianity was not a

popular religion at that time. It was considered rather as a dangerous sect that

was feared like fire and destroyed with great ferocity due to this fear, and this

is because Christians were free. They submitted to the law of the state only as

far as it was consistent with the confession of the One God. Everything that

was at odds with Christianity was overlooked and disobeyed (Compendium IV,

p.153).

FROM THE TEACHINGS OF ST. AGNES:

True faith puts everything in the light of eternity, and in this light material

things completely lose their value; instead spiritual values gain immensely. In

this light, it is clearly visible that all material things will undergo destruction

and we will not salvage anything from them. And even if we manage to

safeguard them from destruction or loss, to what avail? We still need to leave

them all behind when departing from this world. Posterity? How do we know

whether wealth will be a benefit for our posterity? Or maybe the opposite?

Therefore one should not accumulate wealth, and one should not draw

excessive joy from what rejoices human senses, because these items, although

so fleeting and deceptive, have a great power to beguiled souls (Compendium

IV, p. 154).

PRAYER:

Saint Agnes, who believed in God with your whole heart and with joy suffered

death by martyrdom for the One, who died for all of us, I ask you humbly,

deign to intercede for me in every minute of this day and obtain for me the

grace (mention your request).

Let your prayer give me comfort in times of trials and torments. Be my friend

in times of loneliness and abandonment, and obtain for me from your Spouse,

Jesus Christ, the eternal happiness in Heaven. Holy innocent virgin, who paid

the greatest price for preserving fidelity to Christ, obtain for me the grace of

complete purity of the soul and the body. Amen.

Our Father …

Hail Mary …

Glory be to the Father …

Litany to Saint Agnes.

Day 9 – Testimony through signs

FROM THE REMEMBRANCES OF ST. AGNES:

As if that was not enough, at the moment of my death, God still testified about

His love for me, strengthening me through signs; and, thanks to that, arousing

faith in all those who witnessed these events [1]. How great a testimony I bore

with my existence, so that God may be recognized and His holy Name may be

known in the whole world. From up here, after one can see exactly how many

souls were later nourished by this hope, which God deigned to show through

my martyrdom (Compendium III, p.119-120).

[1] It is said that the miraculous signs that took place during the tortures,

caused the conversion of 160 pagans.

FROM THE TEACHINGS OF ST. AGNES:

Achieving holiness after the death requires enormous and long-lasting

sufferings, while during lifetime the worst sufferings would be considered the

lightest punishment in Purgatory. Also, not everyone gets this chance. Many

souls will never again sanctify themselves and will never reach the state of

eternal joy. Eternal suffering awaits them.

I could never understand how one can take such risks, to risk such a cruel

eternal fate for a moment of sin. Therefore, the whole wisdom of man lies in

this: to deepen and to strengthen his faith, thanks to which it is increasingly

easier to deny himself for the cause of his future life (Compendium IV, p.158).

PRAYER:

Saint Agnes, who never risked the loss of eternal life for a moment of sin and

with joy suffered death by martyrdom for the One, who died for all of us, I ask

you humbly, deign to intercede for me in every minute of this day and obtain

for me the grace (mention your request).

Let your prayer give me comfort in times of trials and torments. Be my friend

in times of loneliness and abandonment, and obtain for me from your Spouse,

Jesus Christ, the eternal happiness in Heaven. Holy innocent virgin, who paid

the greatest price for preserving fidelity to Christ, obtain for me the grace of

complete purity of the soul and the body. Amen.

Our Father …

Hail Mary …

Glory be to the Father …

Litany to Saint Agnes.

Day 3 – The Blood and the Body of God

FROM THE REMEMBRANCES OF ST. AGNES:

Christians were considered to be mad people, enslaved by their teachers and

priests, officiating strange rites, eating blood and flesh in the literal and human

sense, and not in the mystical sense. No one, however, who does not have faith,

can comprehend what for a Christian are the Blood and the Flesh of his God. All

our services and prayers were misunderstood. For the Rome of that time, where

reigned the cult of the body and well-being, spiritual faith and worship in a

spiritual way were incomprehensible; the communion with God in such a close

and real way, but on the spiritual plane. Rome deemed that the worship of a man,

whom Rome found guilty and sentenced to death, already is a crime against

Rome (Compendium IV, p. 153).

FROM THE TEACHINGS OF ST. AGNES:

In the light of faith, the human soul climbs on a pedestal. She, as seen through

the eyes of eternity, does not lose its value at all, does not grow old, does not

decay, does not pass, does not disappear, lasts forever. Therefore, we should care

only for her. For her we should care by all means, because the way in which we

will proceed with her now, will be decisive about her eternal future. (…)

Striving for my appearance became an excess for me, and I lost all respect for the

body. I thought a lot about the fact that it is the dwelling of man on Earth, but

God had treated it very cruelly in His Son. Thinking about the sufferings of Jesus,

I thus tried to have my body for nothing and, in the measure of possible, to

mortify and to torment it. The smaller the body becomes in man, the more his

soul grows, and I wanted to have a beautiful soul, because only the soul is

eternal (Compendium IV, p. 154-155).

PRAYER:

Saint Agnes, who tormented the body to embellish the soul and with joy suffered

death by martyrdom for the One, who died for all of us, I ask you humbly, deign

to intercede for me in every minute of this day and obtain for me the grace

(mention your request).

Let your prayer give me comfort in times of trials and torments. Be my friend in

times of loneliness and abandonment, and obtain for me from your Spouse, Jesus

Christ, the eternal happiness in Heaven. Holy innocent virgin, who paid the

greatest price for preserving fidelity to Christ, obtain for me the grace of

complete purity of the soul and the body. Amen.

Our Father …

Hail Mary …

Glory be to the Father …

Litany to Saint Agnes.

Day 4 – I put such great trust in Him…

FROM THE REMEMBRANCES OF ST. AGNES:

I trusted, I believed that only He alone can make me happy, and the Holy Spirit

send down upon me His gifts, to arm me with faith and bravery. I was not

stronger than the other girls, I was not better than them at all. Only I trusted

Him so much and I believed with joy in His Resurrection that the Lord was

pleased with my trust and gave me to suffer for His Name. It is a great honor

and I do not owe this grace to anything, but only to His great love for

me (Compendium III, p.117).

FROM THE TEACHINGS OF ST. AGNES:

The comparison of the world to eternity always brought me the answers to all

my dilemmas. Thanks to this method, I was able to distinguish between what is

good and what is bad; what should be cultivated and what should be avoided

like fire. The man who truly believes lives by faith in every moment of life,

because he has no time to waste for anything that does not lead to the goal.

Also, a good name does not belong to eternity, because a good name in the

world does not mean yet a good name in eternity, rather vice versa, as

testified to us Lord Jesus Himself. Until now, His great and holy Name was

despised, and yet in the highest there is no greater name. So a good name in

the world does not mean anything. It is better to renounce it right away, and

then it is not a pity to be judged and despised (Compendium IV, p. 155).

PRAYER:

Saint Agnes, who had for nothing human glory and with joy suffered death by

martyrdom for the One, who died for all of us, I ask you humbly, deign to

intercede for me in every minute of this day and obtain for me the grace

(mention your request).

Let your prayer give me comfort in times of trials and torments. Be my friend

in times of loneliness and abandonment, and obtain for me from your Spouse,

Jesus Christ, the eternal happiness in Heaven. Holy innocent virgin, who paid

the greatest price for preserving fidelity to Christ, obtain for me the grace of

complete purity of the soul and the body. Amen.

Our Father …

Hail Mary …

Glory be to the Father …

Litany to Saint Agnes.

Day 8 – I would not give up my martyrdom for anything

FROM THE REMEMBRANCES OF ST. AGNES:

Only suffering (…), if you knew how happy I am now, what a beautiful crown of

glory all the martyrs receive, I would not give up my martyrdom for anything.

These were moments of great suffering and fear, but the thought of Jesus did

not leave me, that I am suffering martyrdom for Him and this is the greatest

honor for a Christian. I wished to die so and God fulfilled my

desire (Compendium III, p.119).

FROM THE TEACHINGS OF ST. AGNES:

Firstly, during the entire life one should await death; and secondly, during the

entire life one should await rebirth, rebirth for the true life. Saints are able to

deny themselves everything, because they believe that after death, they will

be satiated to the extent to which their faith was strong. They are able to wait

for this fulfillment entire years, denying themselves everything.

Those who do not believe are unable to wait. They want to experience

everything in this life, fearing that they will not have enough time to enjoy

life. However, life starts after death and then comes the time to enjoy life, and

on Earth great work awaits man.

For those who worked hard during life, after death comes eternal rest.

Without faith, this reality is reversed and people wish to enjoy and to rest on

Earth, and after death they pay for this very severely (Compendium IV, p. 158).

PRAYER:

Saint Agnes, who by nurturing true hope, denied yourself everything on this

world and with joy suffered death by martyrdom for the One, who died for all

of us, I ask you humbly, deign to intercede for me in every minute of this day

and obtain for me the grace (mention your request).

Let your prayer give me comfort in times of trials and torments. Be my friend

in times of loneliness and abandonment, and obtain for me from your Spouse,

Jesus Christ, the eternal happiness in Heaven. Holy innocent virgin, who paid

the greatest price for preserving fidelity to Christ, obtain for me the grace of

complete purity of the soul and the body. Amen.

Our Father …

Hail Mary …

Glory be to the Father …

Litany to Saint Agnes.

Day 7 – The temptation of Satan

FROM THE REMEMBRANCES OF ST. AGNES:

Satan deceived me in multiple ways. First, he wanted to get close to me

through flattery. Then he tried to bribe me. Then he set before my eyes the

image of my heartbroken and unhappy parents who suffer so much because of

me; how ungrateful I am by showing them a lack of obedience, because they

have sacrificed their life for me, and I only think about myself. And finally he

started to frighten me with the most brutal torments. When I was already on

the verge of exhaustion, I saw the sweet Face of Jesus, and then all the fears

and concerns melted away from me (Compendium III, p. 119).

FROM THE TEACHINGS OF ST. AGNES:

I can say that I have tried to live as if I was a one-day’s human, as if every day

I had to die and was ready for death each night, and in the morning I woke up

again to life, in order to die in the evening. Such was my life, but thanks to

this, I did not waste time on superfluous things, and just tried to do as much

good as possible, believing that this may be the last day of my life. How

valuable then the day becomes; how much one loves it, because it is the last.

No matter how hard it is, one loves it anyway. By acting and thinking in this

way, we can free ourselves from an awful lot of temptations, truly giving our

life to God, and not gaining attachment to anything, even to our own

life (Compendium IV, p. 157).

PRAYER:

Saint Agnes, who readied yourself each day for death and with joy suffered

death by martyrdom for the One, who died for all of us, I ask you humbly,

deign to intercede for me in every minute of this day and obtain for me the

grace (mention your request).

Let your prayer give me comfort in times of trials and torments. Be my friend

in times of loneliness and abandonment, and obtain for me from your Spouse,

Jesus Christ, the eternal happiness in Heaven. Holy innocent virgin, who paid

the greatest price for preserving fidelity to Christ, obtain for me the grace of

complete purity of the soul and the body. Amen.

Our Father …

Hail Mary …

Glory be to the Father …

Litany to Saint Agnes.

Day 5 – The goal of the life of a Christian

FROM THE REMEMBRANCES OF ST. AGNES:

When I decided to completely give myself to God, I felt a deep relief in

my heart. I was no longer afraid that I will go down the wrong path, that

I will be swallowed by the world of games and pleasure, or the love for a

man will take away from me the love for God. I chose the purpose of my

life and I strove towards it without looking back. The purpose of the life

of man on Earth is the Salvation of his soul. Thus, it is totally not worth it

to involve ourselves in matters that distance us from this

goal (Compendium IV, p. 154).

FROM THE TEACHINGS OF ST. AGNES:

When we choose a road leading to a goal, we should never look back,

because then we can lose sight of the goal and never reach it. However,

you can not risk the loss of Salvation; so you also should not put yourself

to trial, meditating upon the validity of your decision. I decided that I

will forever belong to Jesus and never to anyone else. This decision cost

me my life, but I have gained eternal life, and so I have reached my

goal (Compendium IV, p. 156).

PRAYER:

Saint Agnes, who recognized the salvation of the soul as the only goal of

your life and with joy suffered death by martyrdom for the One, who died

for all of us, I ask you humbly, deign to intercede for me in every minute

of this day and obtain for me the grace (mention your request).

Let your prayer give me comfort in times of trials and torments. Be my

friend in times of loneliness and abandonment, and obtain for me from

your Spouse, Jesus Christ, the eternal happiness in Heaven. Holy innocent

virgin, who paid the greatest price for preserving fidelity to Christ,

obtain for me the grace of complete purity of the soul and the body.

Amen.

Our Father …

Hail Mary …

Glory be to the Father …

Litany to Saint Agnes.

Day 6 – The futility of the world

FROM THE REMEMBRANCES OF ST. AGNES:

After completing my 13th year of life, I have been summoned to the prefect so

that I could see better how my future life would look like. (…) everything there

was so nice that I was filled with fear that I could take part in these wonders,

which really are the excesses and vanities of the world. Yet, I was frightened

that Satan could easily deceive me if I remained there, so my decision was only

reinforced within me and my resolve to remain faithful to my only

Spouse (Compendium III, p. 118).

FROM THE TEACHINGS OF ST. AGNES:

All people, even though they know that someday they must die, rather believe

that they will live a very long time, and even when they are old, they think

that they still have time. And I lived the other way around. I always felt that I

had little time to prove my love to God. One should expect death at any

moment; then it is not a surprise and man is able to accept it, because he lives

in anticipation of it. This is not sad, it is true. After all, our destiny is another

life, and in this other life we should already rejoice during the earthly life

more than in the present life. Each day can be the final day.

When we look in this way at life, we pay no attention to unimportant things

and we have no desire to sin, because who would want to sin just before his

death? Also, there is no way to fall out with someone, because before death

everyone wishes to reconcile with everybody (Compendium IV, p. 157).

PRAYER:

Saint Agnes, who was in a hurry to prove your love to God and with joy

suffered death by martyrdom for the One, who died for all of us, I ask you

humbly, deign to intercede for me in every minute of this day and obtain for

me the grace (mention your request).

Let your prayer give me comfort in times of trials and torments. Be my friend

in times of loneliness and abandonment, and obtain for me from your Spouse,

Jesus Christ, the eternal happiness in Heaven. Holy innocent virgin, who paid

the greatest price for preserving fidelity to Christ, obtain for me the grace of

complete purity of the soul and the body. Amen.

Our Father …

Hail Mary …

Glory be to the Father …

Litany to Saint Agnes.

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