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Prayer Manual

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This small prayer manual compiles from numerous typical sources (ie, faithful to the originals or approved by the Holy See in its 2000 years of history) the main prayers that constitute the spiritual nourishment of the Catholic faithful. Its single-page organization cannot and should not replace the good manuals we know: the Catechism of Saint Pius X , the Straight Way , the Manual of Prayers of Saint Alfonso Maria de Ligório, the Treatise on True Devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary , among others. This compilation, therefore, responds to a double purpose: to respond to the requests of countless of our faithful for prayers according to reliable sources and to encourage them to seek in-depth reading of what is the basic manual of the Catholic faith, which is the Catechism of St. Pius X.


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Main Prayers and Formulas

Below we list the main prayers, formulas and articles of faith for the Catholic faithful, taking them from the Catechism of Saint Pius X (trans. Slaves of Mary), which is the summation of all the truths of Catholic doctrine and should be known by all the catechized. In addition to knowing these prayers and formulas by heart, the faithful can equip themselves with some of them during their daily lives in order to ask God for divine help for temptations or for progress in the faith.

1. Sign of the Cross

In nomine Patris, et Filii, et Spiritus Sancti. Amen.
In the Name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Ghost. Amen.

2. Apostles' Creed or Symbol

Credo in Deum, Patrem omnipoténtem, Creatorem Ceeli et terrae. Et in lesum Christum, Filium eius unicum, Dóminum nostrum, qui conceptus est de Spiritu Sancto, natus ex Maria Virgine, passus sub Pontius Pilate, crucifixus, mortuus, et sepultus; descéndit ad inferos; tertia die resurréxit a mortuis; ascendit ad caelos; set ad dextéram Dei Patris omnipoténtis; inde ventúrus est iudicare vivos et mortuos. Credo in Spiritum Sanctum, sanctam Ecclesiam Cathólicam, sanctórum communiónem, remissiónem peccatórum, carnis resurrectionem, vitam aetérnam. Amen.

I believe in God the Father, Almighty, Creator of Heaven and Earth. And in Jesus Christ, one only Son, Our Lord, who was conceived of the Holy Spirit, was born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under the power of Pontius Pilate; was crucified, killed and buried; descended to Hells; on the third day he rose from the dead; ascended to Heaven, is seated at the right hand of God Almighty Father; whence he will come to judge the living and the dead. I believe in the Holy Spirit, in the Holy Catholic Church, in the Communion of Saints, in the remission of sins, in the resurrection of the flesh, in eternal life. Amen.

3. Pater Noster, Our Father or Sunday Prayer

Pater noster, qui es in caelis, sanctificétur nomem tuum. Advéniat regnum tuum; Fiat volúntas tua, sicut in ceelo et in terra. Panem nostrum quotidiánum da nobis hodie, et dimitte nobis debita nostra, sicut et nos dimittimus debitóribus nostris. Et ne nos indúcas in tentatiónem; sed releases us a malo. Amen.

Our Father, who art in Heaven, hallowed be Thy Name; Thy kingdom come to us, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven. Give us this day Our daily Bread; forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors; and let us not fall into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen.

4. Gloria Patri or Gloria to the Priest

Gloria Patri, et Filio, et Spirítui Sancto. Sicut erat in principe, et nunc, et semper: et in saecula saeculorum. Amen.

Glory to the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Just as it was in the beginning, now and always, and for all ages and centuries. Amen.

5. Hail Mary or Angel's Greeting

Hail Mary, full grace; Dominus tecum; benedícta tu in muliéribus, et benedictus fructus ventris tui, Iesus. Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, now pro nobis peccatóribus, nunc et in hora mortis nostrae. Amen.

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.

6. Save Regina or Save Queen

Hail, Regina, Mater mercye, vita, dulcédo, et spes nostra, hail. Ad te clamámus exsules filii Evae. Ad te suspirámus, geméntes et flentes in hac lacrimárum valle. Eia, ergo, lawyer nostra, illos tuos mercy glasses ad us convérte. Et lesum, benedictum fructum ventris tui, nobis post hoc exsilium osténde. The clemens, the pia, the dulcis Virgo Maria.
V. Ora pro nobis, sancta Dei Génitrix.

R. Ut digni efficiámur promissiónibus Christi.

Hail, Queen, Mother of mercy, life, sweetness and hope Ours, hail! To Thee we cry out the banished children of Eve. To Thee we sigh, moaning and weeping in this vale of tears. Look then, Our Advocate, turn those merciful eyes to us, and after this exile, show us Jesus, the blessed fruit of Your womb. O merciful, O pious, O sweet ever Virgin Mary.

V. Pray for us, Holy Mother of God.
A. That we may be worthy of Christ's promises.

7. Angele Dei or Holy Angel

Angele Dei, qui costs es mei, me tibi commissum pietáte superna, illúmina, custodi, rege et guberna. Amen.

Holy Angel of the Lord, my zealous keeper, if I have entrusted divine mercy to you, always rule, guard, govern and enlighten me. Amen.

8. Requiem Aetérnam for the deceased faithful

Requiem aetern dona behold, Domine. Et lux perpetual luceat eis. Requiéscant in pace. Amen.

Give them, Lord, eternal rest. And the perpetual light illuminates them. Rest in peace. Amen.

9. Act of Faith

My God I firmly believe all that You, infallible Truth, have revealed and the Holy Church proposes us to believe. And I expressly believe in You, the only true God in three equal and distinct Persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit; and in the Son incarnate and dead for us, Jesus Christ, who will give each one, according to his merits, the eternal reward or penalty. In accordance with this Faith I always want to live. Lord, increase my Faith.

10. Act of Hope

My God, I hope from Your goodness, through Your promises and the merits of Jesus Christ, Our Savior, eternal life and the grace necessary to deserve it with the good works I must and want to do. Lord, may I not be confused forever.

11. Act of Charity

My God, I love You, Infinite Good and Our happiness, with all my heart and above all things; and, for love of You, I love my neighbor as myself, and forgive the offenses received. Lord, make me love You always more.

12. Act of Contrition (Reduced Formula)

My God, I repent of my sins with all my heart, and I hate and detest them, as an offense to Your infinite Majesty, cause of the death of Your divine Son Jesus, and my spiritual ruin. I no longer want to commit them in the future and I propose to flee from occasions of sin. Lord, mercy, forgive me.

13. The Two Main Mysteries of the Faith

1. Unity and Trinity of God;
2. Incarnation, Passion and Death of Our Lord Jesus Christ.

14. The two commandments of charity

1. You shall love the Lord Your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind;
2. Love your neighbor as yourself.

15. The Ten Commandments of God or the Decalogue

I am the Lord your God
1. Thou shalt have no other God besides Me;
2. Not using the Holy Name of God in vain;
3. Remember to sanctify the feasts;
4. Honor father and mother;
5. Don't kill;
6. Not to commit impure acts;
7. Don't steal;
8. Do not give false testimony;
9. Not wanting your neighbor's wife;
10. Not wishing for other people's things.

16. The five general precepts of the Church

1. Listen to the entire Mass on Sunday and other precepts;
2. Abstain from meat on Fridays and other prohibited days, and fast on prescribed days;
3. Confess at least once a year, and take communion at least at Easter;
4. Support the needs of the Church by contributing according to laws or customs;
5. Not solemnly celebrate the nuptials in forbidden times.

Note: According to the Third Catechism of Christian Doctrine:
1. Listen to the entire Mass on Sundays and guard parties;
2. Confess once each year;
3. Communicate at least for the Passover of the Resurrection;
4. Fasting and abstaining from meat when sending Holy Mother Church;
5. Pay tithes according to custom.

17. The Seven Sacraments

1. Baptism
2. Confirmation
3. Eucharist
4. Penance
5. Extreme Unction
6. Order
7. Marriage

18. The Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit

1. Wisdom;
2. Intelligence;
3. Advice;
4. Fortress;
5. Science;
6. Mercy;
7. Fear of God.

19. The Three Theological Virtues

1. Faith
2. Hope
3. Charity

20. The Four Cardinal Virtues

1. Prudence;
2. Justice;
3. Fortaleza;
4. Temperance.

21. The Seven Works of Corporal Mercy

1. Give food to those who are hungry;
2. Give water to those who are thirsty;
3. Dressing the naked;
4. Give shelter to pilgrims;
5. Visit the sick;
6. Visit the inmates;
7. Bury the dead.

22. The Seven Works of Spiritual Mercy

1. Advise the perplexed;
2. Teach the ignorant;
3. Admonish sinners;
4. Comfort the afflicted;
5. Forgive offenses;
6. Patiently bear the weaknesses of others;
7. Pray to God for the living and the dead.

23. The Seven Deadly Vices (or Sins)

1. Superb;
2. Avarice;
3. Lust;
4. Wrath;
5. Gluttony;
6. Envy;
7. Laziness.

24. The Six Sins Against the Holy Spirit

1. Despair of salvation;
2. Presumption of saving oneself without merit;
3. Dispute the known truth;
4. Envy of others' graces;
5. Obstination in sins;
6. Final unrepentance.

25. The Four Sins That Claim Revenge Before God

1. Voluntary murder;
2. Impure sin against nature;
3. Oppress the poor;

4. Defraud the worker's wages.

26. The Four Brand New Ones

1. Death;
2. Judgment;
3. Hell;
4. Paradise.

Principais orações

Daily Recitation Prayers

Christian morning exercise

As soon as you wake up, make the sign of the cross, saying:

By the sign of the Holy Cross, deliver us, God, Our Lord, from our enemies. In the name of the Father, the Son † and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Then say:

Jesus, Joseph and Mary, my heart I give you and my soul.

Up and dressed, kneel down and say:

My God and Lord, in whom I believe and hope, whom I adore and love with all my heart, I thank You for having created me, redeemed me, made me a Christian and kept me this night. I offer You and consecrate to Your honor and glory all my thoughts, words, works and works, with the intention of profiting from all the indulgences granted, which I apply in the suffrage of the souls in purgatory, especially those that are more to the liking of Mary and Holy. of my particular obligation. I humbly ask You for forgiveness of all my sins and it weighs me down from the bottom of my heart for having offended You, and, by the merits of Jesus Christ and the Blessed Virgin, I beg You to give me grace never to offend You again.

Then pray the prayer of the Our Father, Hail Mary and Credo, and going to Mary Most Holy, tell her:

O Virgin and Mother of God, I give myself for your child and in honor and glory of your purity, I offer you my soul and body, powers and senses, and I beg You to obtain for me the grace of never committing any sin. Amen.

Three Hail Marys.

Then invoke the Guardian Angel, saying:

Holy Angel of God, who are my zealous keeper, by divine mercy enlighten me, keep me, rule me and govern me. Amen.

At the beginning of the work it is good to say:

My God, I offer You this work. Give me Your holy blessing.

During the day, try to lift your heart to God frequently with these or similar aspirations:

My God, in You I believe, in You I hope, I adore You and I love You above all things. My Jesus, have mercy on me. Assist me, my Saviour, with your grace that I may never offend you.

Before eating:

Bless us, my God, and these foods that we are about to take, and keep us in Your holy service.

Our Father and Hail Mary.

After meals, thank God, saying:

We thank you, Lord, for the food with which you have favored us. Grant us that we may use it holy.

Our Father and Hail Mary.

When the clock strikes the hour, say a Hail Mary and say:

I offer you, Lord, every moment of this hour and I ask you for the grace to use them in fulfilling your holy will.

When you feel any temptation, bless yourself or say a Hail Mary and say:

Lord, give me grace never to offend you again.

If you fall into sin or have doubts about whether or not you consented, repent as soon as possible and say from your heart:

My God, mercy. It weighs me with all my heart for having offended You because You are who You are and because I love You above all things. He weighs me, my good Jesus, for having sinned, and with your grace I propose to die a thousand times before I again offend You.

In the works:

Give me patience, my God, and accept this work that now afflicts me in satisfaction of my sins. Blessed be God, be all for God.

Get used to always saying good words and beware of uttering any inconvenience, because with the same ease that a good word is said it is also said a bad one.

At the ringing of the Ave Marias:

V. Angelus Domini nuntiavit Mariae.

R. Et concept of Spiritu Sancto.

Holy Mary...

V. Ecce ancilla Domini.
A. Fiat mihi secundum verbum tuum.

Holy Mary...

V. Et Verbum caro factum est.
R. Et habitavit in nobis.

Holy Mary...

V. Ora pro nobis Sancta Dei Genitrix.

R. Ut digni efficiamur promissionibus Christi.


Gratiam tuam, quaesumus, Domine, mentibus nostris infuse, ut qui Angelo nuntiante Christi Filii tui Incarnationem cognovimus, per passionem ejus et Crucem ad ressurectionis gloriam perducamur. Per eumdem Christum Dominum nostrum. A. Amen.


V. The Angel of the Lord announced to Mary.
A. And she conceived of the Spirit

Holy Mary...

V. Here is the handmaid of the Lord.
A. Do it to me according to your word.

Holy Mary...

V. And the Word of God was made flesh.
A. And he dwelt among us.

Holy Mary...

V. Pray for us, holy Mother of God.

A. That we may be worthy of Christ's promises.

let us pray

Infuse, Lord, as we beseech you, your grace in our souls, so that we, who through the annunciation of the Angel come to the knowledge of the Incarnation of Jesus Christ, your Son, through his Passion and Death on the Cross, may be led to the glory of the resurrection . By the same Jesus Christ our Lord. A. So Be It.

Glory to the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. For centuries of centuries. Amen.

Blessed and praised be the Blessed Sacrament on the altar and the most pure and immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, our Mother and Lady, conceived without blemish of original sin, from the first moment of her natural being. Amen.

Now the blessing is asked.

At night, when the sign for the prayer of souls is made, say De profundis kneeling, and if you don't know, the Our Father.

When taking the Viaticum to the sick, accompany it, if possible, and you will gain indulgences, but if you cannot, kneel down, adore it, say an Our Father and Hail Mary and say:

Give, Lord, to this sick brother of ours the graces he needs for his salvation and for your glory.

In the evening

Before going to bed, kneel down and, having made the sign of the cross, say:

My God and Lord, in whom I believe and hope, whom I adore and love with all my heart, I give You thanks for having created me, redeemed me, made me a Christian and preserved me this day. Give me grace to know my sins and repent of them.

Examine your conscience here, asking yourself: What have I done this day? How did I do it? What did I fail to do with what I was obliged to do? And end the exam with a fervent act of contrition, saying:

My Lord Jesus Christ, God and true Man, Creator, Father and Redeemer of mine, in whom I believe and hope, and whom I love above all things, just because You are who You are, immense goodness, infinitely merciful, and for the most precious blood that for my love you poured it on the holy tree of the Cross, I am sorry for having offended you. It weighs me, my God, that I have no greater regret, and although there was no hell to fear, no glory to hope for, just because You are who You are, I repent. I hate my guilt and it weighs me down for having sinned. I wish, my God, that all evils would come upon me to the point of death before I offend You again: I propose, Lord, never to sin again and to depart from occasions to offend You; I offer You my life, works and works in satisfaction of all my sins; and I hope in Your infinite goodness and mercy that You will forgive me and give me grace to amend and persevere to the end of my life in Your friendship and in Your grace. Amen.

Say, later:

Keep me, Lord, in this sinless night and deliver me from all evil.

Try to put yourself in the state in which you would like to be at the time of death, and think of brief moments that at that time will be completely useless to you riches, honors, pleasures and entertainments.

Meditate a little on the pity that your sins will give you, and on the satisfaction that your good works will produce, and say:

What would I do, my God, if I were to die tonight and appear in Your court to give an account to You! Am I in grace or in mortal sin? Did I make good or bad confessions? What state am I in? Do I hate someone or do I retain someone else? Do I have an addiction to swearing, murmuring, working on holy days, or doing immodest actions? Do I do my duties and use holy time? How do I answer these questions? Alas! How rigorous is the judgment in which I must be presented, and how much I must fear if I do not repent and amend now that I have time.

Then say at least the Our Father, Hail Mary, Creed and the Holy Angel prayer.

Lying down, already in bed, say:

Let me die in your grace, O Most Holy Trinity! Jesus, Joseph and Mary, I give you my heart and my soul.

Finally, ask God for his holy blessing, making the sign of the cross on you and saying:

The blessing of God Almighty Father, Son and Holy Spirit come upon me and remain forever. So be it.

Oracõe de Recitação Diária

Prayers for Holy Mass

Method for Devoutly Listening to Holy Mass


It means how Christ took our sins upon Himself and paid for them.


O my God, I offer You this sacrifice of the Body and Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ as a witness that

I recognize you as my supreme Lord and Creator; in thanksgiving for all the benefits you deigned to do, not only to me, but to all other creatures; in satisfaction of my faults and those of all men; in the suffrage of the souls in purgatory, especially the most needy and those of my particular obligation, and, finally, to obtain from Your divine mercy the grace of the conversion of sinners and the perseverance of the just, in order to live and die in Your holy friendship . Amen.

To Confiteor (Confession)

It means how Christ was taken in prison to the house of Annas.

When the priest arrives at the altar, bless yourself, say the General Confession and the following


My God and Lord Jesus Christ, who as Thy Passion drew nigh wanted to be afflicted and to grieve for me, and in the garden of Gethsemane to be comforted by an Angel; Grant me the grace to suffer with holy resignation all the pains and labors, so that, suffering for You, I may then have the consolation of being a participant in the merits of Your Most Holy Passion. Amen.

to the introduction


O my most patient Jesus, who wanted to be sold and betrayed with the kiss of the perfidious Judas, arrested and bound by armed men, and taken to the house of Annas! Do not allow me to fall into any sin, nor commit treason, nor harm my neighbor, induced by some perverse man or evil spirit, but do in everything Your most holy will. Amen.

To Kyrie Eleison


O my most pious Saviour, who looking with eyes of mercy to Peter, who had denied you three times, gave him
bitter tears of sincere penance! Look at me also with pious eyes, so that I may weep before you my faults and deserve from your pity those graces I need, never to deny you, neither in thought, nor in word, nor in deed. Amen.

To Gloria in Excelsis

It means the glory and praises that the angels sang to the Creator.


O my most amiable Creator, to whom the Angels sang glory and praises publishing peace on earth on the day when
you were born, beginning to suffer for me! Assist me with your love, that I may love you and worthily praise you for

You have suffered for me from the crib to the cross, and give me inner and outer peace, so that I may always be united with you and with my neighbor. Amen.

To the First Dominus Vobiscum

It means the act in which Jesus Christ was declared innocent by Pilate.


O resplendent Light of the Eternal Father, who enlightened the wise men so that they would adore you, and wanted to be circumcised, to suffer and shed your blood for me! Enlighten my soul that I may adore you as omnipotent and that I may offer you myrrh of mortification, incense of prayer and gold of perfect charity, being circumcised and separated from all

things of this world. Amen.

To the Epistle and the Gradual

It means the doctrine that Christ preached to the world.


O most wise Teacher, who instructed the Apostles to teach men the Catholic truths, and without
embargo, you wanted to be taken and falsely accused before the court of Pilate! Teach me to depart from the false doctrines of perverse men, and to believe and put into practice the truths which You teach me through Your ministers. Amen.

to the gospel


O infinite Wisdom, who preached to men to separate them from sin and wanted to be carried away by my love from the house

from Herod to Pilate, so that, reconciled, they might form a close friendship with each other! Grant me that by making me
superior to the conspiracies of the enemies of my soul, seize the opportunity to comfort me more and more with your divine will. Amen.

to the creed


O my most beloved Redeemer, who suffered so many pains to instruct me in your holy faith and gave so much strength

to the martyrs, who overcame, with their invincible constancy, the iniquitous rage of tyrants! Give me a living faith to believe how much

you taught, and propose and command us to believe in your holy Church, and that I live and die in this holy faith. Amen.

Discovering the Chalice and the Offertory

It means when Jesus Christ, nailed to the Cross, prayed for all mankind.


O most innocent Jesus, who wanted to be stripped, scourged and crowned with thorns by those inhuman executioners! Make me deprive myself of all earthly affections, putting all my care and love on You; and willingly offer me to suffer all adversities and works for the honor and glory of Your divine majesty. Amen.

to the toilet


Lord my Jesus Christ, Son of the living God, who was declared innocent by President Pilate, you did not refuse to hear the
the angry voices and cries of the unfaithful Jews, grant me your holy grace that I may live innocence among the enemies of my soul, and that I may never be disturbed nor tempted by the evil thoughts and will of evil men. Amen.

To the Preface and to the Sanctus


O King of Israel, whose triumphal entry into Jerusalem was feted with songs of joy and applause, and yet you wanted to be vilified by the same people and condemned by Pilate to die on a cross! Make me annoy all the satisfactions.
worldly factions, that embrace contempt and that put my glory in carrying the cross of mortification and penance of me-
your faults.

to Canon

It signifies Christ's triumphal entry into Jerusalem and his condemnation by the same people.


O most faithful Shepherd of our souls, who loved them to the point of giving their life for them, suffering rather in Yours

Passion countless insults and injuries! I beseech you, Lord, to give me grace to suffer for your love all the calumnies and
persecutions, that after my death I may rest in you and bless you for all eternity. Amen.

to the consecration

It means when Jesus, after being resurrected, appeared to the Apostles.


O most gentle Jesus, who at the Last Supper put an end to the figures of the ancient law and gave yourselves to the Apostles in body, soul and divinity in the Blessed Sacrament! Put an end to my guilt and make me a partaker of the sweetness and sweetness of that heavenly bread: so live in me and I in you. Amen.

To the Elevation of the Host

It means when Jesus, at the Last Supper, put an end to the figures of the Old Law.


I adore You, Sacred Body of my Lord Jesus Christ, that on the altar of the Cross You were a worthy sacrifice for the redemption of the world.

Looking at the Host, say:

O my Lord and my God!

To the Elevation of the Chalice


I adore You, precious blood of my Lord Jesus Christ, which, shed on the Cross, was offered to the Eternal Father for our salvation.

Looking at the Chalice, say:

O my Lord and my God!

Whoever prays this invocation during the raising of the Host and Chalice gains an indulgence of seven years and seven quarantines; and, praying it every day, he gains a plenary indulgence once a week, communing with worthy preparation.

What of Canon Follows

After the Elevation of the Host and Chalice:


My God and Lord Jesus Christ, who, being nailed hand and foot on the Cross, prayed to the Eternal Father for all mankind and particularly for those who had just crucified you, give me, I beseech you, true meekness and patience , that, according to your counsel, I love my enemies and do good to those who hate me and do evil. Amen.

To Omnis Honor et Gloria


O my Saviour, Jesus Christ, who, having shed blood on the Cross, you commended to John Your Blessed Mother and placed the beloved disciple under the maternal tenderness of the same Blessed Virgin! I entrust myself to you, imitating that intimacy with which you recommended the two of them to each other, so that, as a reward for such a fair demonstration, it deserves

to unite with you in love, and, through their intercession, to be preserved from all evil in danger and adversity. Amen.

Sed releases us to Malo


O my sweetest Jesus, just as your soul united with the Divinity descended to Limbo to give freedom to souls

of the Holy Fathers, I beg you to take mine out of the limbo of guilt, freeing it from hell, so that, when I leave this life,

may I go as soon as possible to sing your praises together with the Holy Fathers in glory. Amen.

When Breaking the Host


O infinite wisdom, who, after being resurrected, appeared to the disciples who were going to Emmaus, and gave Yourself to know
in the way of breaking bread, leaving them greatly admired and consoled! I beseech You, Lord, that You deign to manifest to me that which may be useful for my salvation, so that I may enjoy the marvelous effects of Your Resurrection. Amen.

To Pax Domini


O most glorious Jesus, who in Your triumphant Resurrection appeared to your disciples and entrusted them to
peace and unity! Grant me, Lord, that my soul may be resurrected to the life of grace so that I may always love you and deserve to ascend with you to the heavenly homeland, to enjoy that endless peace and eternal rest. Amen.

When Breaking the Host

It means how Christ broke the bread to the disciples at Emmaus.

To Agnus Dei


Lord my Jesus Christ, since at the sight of your patience in torments and affronting death, many wounded their breasts, wept their guilt and were converted, I beg you, by your passion and most holy death, grant me a sincere pain of my sins and may he never offend you again. Amen.

To Communion and Post-Communion

It means when Jesus, after being resurrected, appeared to the Apostles.


O most pure Jesus! You, for my love, wanted to be placed in a new stone tomb, three days after you were buried, you resurrected and for a space of forty days you appeared several times to your beloved Apostles, giving them the most evident proofs of Your Resurrection, clothing them and to his successors of your power to forgive sins, grant me, my Lord and God, that, through a good confession made to your ministers, may I rise again to the life of grace, that my heart may be cleansed and renewed, and may you, at last, present me one day with the white stole among your chosen ones in the heavenly homeland. Amen.

To the Last Dominus Vobiscum


Lord my Jesus Christ, who, fulfilling the number of forty days after Your glorious Resurrection, You ascended into heaven in the presence of Your disciples, grant me, I pray You, that my soul may be weary of all earthly things

for thy love and aspire only to the eternal, desiring thee, O my Lord, as the fountain of all happiness, and as the sanctuary of all rest for the Christian soul. Amen.

By Giving the Priest a Blessing


Most loving Jesus, who sent the Holy Spirit to your disciples, when they were ensnared in the highest contemplation, cleanse, I beseech you, all my heart, so that the same divine Spirit, finding a pleasant dwelling in my soul, may deign to adore it and comfort her with his divine gifts and graces. Amen.

To the Gospel of St. John

It signifies the mysteries of Christ's humanity and divinity.


O Jesus, most ardent caretaker of the salvation of souls, who through the Apostles have manifested the mysteries to the nations

of your divinity and humanity, whose representation has just taken place in the holy sacrifice of the Mass! With the deepest humility I beseech you, my Lord, that you deign to lead me to glory, where, seeing you face to face, I may praise you eternally. Amen.

When the Gospel is over, kneel down and say:

I give you thanks, divine and sovereign Lord, for the benefits you have just bestowed on me by letting me hear this holy sacrifice of the Mass. Forgive me the faults I have committed in him and make it imprinted in my heart and memory of your passion and death, and that I have a true pain of my sins, since they were the cause of your pains. Amen.

Pray an Our Father, Hail Mary and Creed; then the act of contrition: Lord my Jesus Christ, and finally say:

Lord, here is my heart: with your blessing I will dedicate myself to my duties; give me, Lord, your saint
blessing. (And blessing you, say:) The blessing of Almighty God Father, Son and Holy Spirit descend on me and remain

ever. Amen.

Virgin Mary, always be my support and guide. Amen.

When the priest does not say in the Glory or Creed Mass, you can omit the corresponding prayer.

If you prefer to engage in mental prayer, you can listen to Mass while meditating on some step of the Passion, or praying the Holy Rosary, contemplating especially the painful mysteries. And to make it easier, after having meditated on the first mystery, imagine that you are seeing Jesus in the agonies of the Garden and speak thus to yourself:

My soul, who is this one that suffers? The Son of God, made man for my love... The Son of the Eternal Father... the King of heaven and earth... my God... my Father... my Creator... my Redeemer... And what does it suffer? There! And what terrible pains! ... And surely they would have been more terrible and frightening when only the memory and remembrance of them left him in such mortal agony, that it drew a very copious sweat of blood from him... “My Father, exclaimed our good Jesus to his Eternal Father, my Father... if it is possible, take this cup away from me so that I shall not drink it... but my will only be done, except Yours”. Here He saw in her understanding all the torments of her passion and death, the five thousand lashes that would open and fill her sacred back with wounds, the seventy-two thorns that would pierce her most holy head, the slaps, the sputum , the mocking, the contempt, the cross, the nails, the gall and vinegar, the insults and above all our ingratitude. And for who suffers this? For me, unhappy sinner; for me, who so vilely offended him so many times; for me, who, while it depended on myself, I crucified him again with unheard of cruelty, whenever I mortally offended him. And why do you suffer this? Because wants
take me to heaven; because you don't want me to condemn me; because you don't want me to fall into those abysses of fire, where you should

burn... consume me and despair forever for my sins. And in view of this, shall I not love a God who loved me to such an extreme? Shall I not abhor and mourn my faults, which were for my God and Lord the cause of so many pains? Could I then no longer have patience in the works, that it would be useful to send me, to satisfy for my sins, knowing that with them I so often deserved the horrible torments of hell? Oh my God! ... Yes, I would rather die than sin... I will never offend You again..., I already propose to accept all my pains and works in a spirit of penance, and I offer them to you in union with what you suffered for my love , so that, united with Yours, they may serve me as a satisfaction for the many sins I have committed. Oh my

God and my Father! ... that had never offended You! ... that I had always served and loved You! Most Holy Virgin, divine Mother, since you are the refuge of sinners and the Mother of divine love, obtain for me from Your Son the grace that, as I cry now and

loathing my faults, not precisely for fear of punishment but for being offenses against a God of infinite goodness, obtain his grace and friendship, and then eternal glory. Amen. And to oblige you more, I will greet you with a

Padre-Nosso and ten Hail Marys.

If you knew how to occupy yourself with these holy thoughts, though you did nothing else throughout the Mass, you would have been very well heard, and you would have used that time very well in the holy service of God. But if you do not know how to enter into these considerations or because you find yourself distracted (as long as it is not voluntarily), or for dryness and lack of sensitive devotion, or for other things, with the
who by chance will Our Lady try to detach you from the things of the world and from yourself, not for that reason, but be encouraged to have patience, in view of the example of Jesus Christ, who for three hours you were in the greatest consternation of the Horto and on the Cross, and pass on following the same practice, and stopping in what you feel most moved.

Orações para a Santa Missa

The Rosary of Our Lady

We present below the method of reciting the Rosary or Rosary according to St. Luis Maria Grignion de Montfort. A favorite prayer of the Blessed Virgin, recommended in numerous apparitions and ratified by dozens of pontiffs, the Rosary is formed by 150 Hail Marys and the Rosary by 50 Hail Marys, according to the model left by Our Lady. This method is the most commonly adopted - although there are countless others -, mainly due to its perfection and its meditative character. Essentially, the rosary is composed of the Credo, the Padre-Nossos and the Hail Marys, however it is tradition to say all the prayers below, except, of course, when our memory does not allow us to recite, for example, the Litany of Our Lady. It is also highly recommended that the believer know all the indulgences connected with the Rosary and the use of blessed rosaries by priests with permission to "rosariate" them, such as the Dominicans, as the indulgence will only be profited according to the conditions to be obeyed by the believer .

1. Take the rosary in your hands and make the Sign of the Cross

In the name of the Father, (+) the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

2. Offer the Rosary

I join with all the saints who are in Heaven, with all the righteous who are on Earth, with all the faithful souls who are in this place. I join You, my Jesus, to praise Your Holy Mother worthily, and to praise You, in her and for Her. I renounce all the distractions that come to me during this Rosary, which I want to recite with modesty, attention and devotion, as if it were the last one in my life.

We offer You, Most Holy Trinity, this Creed, to honor the all mysteries of our Faith; this Pater (Our Father) and these three Hail Marys, to honor the unity of your essence and the trinity of your people. We ask You for living faith, firm hope and ardent charity. So be it.

A break at this time for meditation is recommended.

3. Praying the Creed, holding the cross of the rosary

I believe in God Almighty Father,
creator of heaven and earth.
And in Jesus Christ, His only Son, Our Lord,
which was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit,
born of the Virgin Mary,
suffered under Pontius Pilatus,
was crucified, dead and buried,
descended to hell,
on the third day he rose from the dead,
ascended to Heaven, is seated at the right hand of God the Father Almighty,
whence he will come to judge the living and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Spirit.
In the Holy Catholic Church,
in the communion of saints,
in the remission of sins,
in the resurrection of the flesh,
in eternal life.

4. Pray 1 Our Father, holding the big bead right after the cross

Say: Let us praise Mary, the beloved Daughter of the Eternal Father.
Then pray 1 Ave Maria, holding the small bead that follows.

Say: Let us praise Mary, the admirable Mother of God the Son.
Then pray 1 Ave Maria, holding the small bead that follows.

Say: Most faithful wife of God the Holy Spirit.
Then pray 1 Ave Maria, holding the small bead that follows.

5. Pray 1 Glory to the Father.

Glory to the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning, now and always and for all ages of ages, Amen.

6. Then

O my Jesus, forgive us, free us from the fire of hell, take all souls to heaven, especially those who need it most.

Joyful Mysteries - Praying on Mondays and Thursdays

First Mystery

We offer you, Lord Jesus, this first decade, in honor of your Incarnation in Mary's bosom; and we ask of you, through this mystery, and through its intercession, a profound humility. So be it.

Pause to meditate.

Pray 1 Our Father, holding the following larger bead.
Pray 10 Ave Marias, holding the 10 smaller beads that follow.
Pray 1 Glory to the Father.
Then, O my Jesus. ** Repeat the formula in the following mysteries.
Thanks to the mystery of the Incarnation, descend into our souls. So be it.

Second Mystery

We offer you, Lord Jesus, this second decade, in honor of the visitation of your holy Mother to her cousin Saint Elizabeth and the sanctification of St. John the Baptist; and we ask you, through this mystery and through the intercession of your Blessed Mother, for charity towards our neighbor. So be it.

Pause to meditate.

Our Father, 10 Hail Marys, Glory, O my Jesus.
Thanks to the mystery of the visitation, I descended into our souls. So be it.

Third Mystery

We offer you, Lord Jesus, this third decade, in honor of your birth in the stable of Bethlehem; and we ask you, through this mystery and through the intercession of your Blessed Mother, to detach from earthly goods and to love poverty. So be it.
Pause to meditate.

Our Father, 10 Hail Marys, Glory, O my Jesus.

Thanks to the mystery of Jesus' birth, descend into our souls. So be it.

Mystery Room

We offer you, Lord Jesus, this fourth decade, in honor of your presentation to the temple, and of the purification of Mary; and we ask of you, through this mystery and through its intercession, a great purity of body and soul. So be it.

Pause to meditate.

Our Father, 10 Hail Marys, Glory, O my Jesus.
Thanks to the mystery of purification, descend, descend into our souls. So be it.

Fifth Mystery

We offer you, Lord Jesus, this fifth decade, in honor of your reunion with Mary; and we ask you, for this mystery; and through her intercession, true wisdom.
Our Father, 10 Hail Marys, Glory, O my Jesus.

Thanks to the mystery of Jesus' reunion, descend into our souls. So be it.

Painful Mysteries - Praying on Tuesdays and Fridays

Sixth Mystery

We offer you, Lord Jesus, this sixth decade, in honor of your mortal agony in the Garden of Olives; and we ask you, through this mystery and through the intercession of your Blessed Mother, the contrition of our sins. So be it.

Pause to meditate.

Our Father, 10 Hail Marys, Glory, O my Jesus.
Thanks to the mystery of Jesus' agony, descend into our souls. So be it.

Seventh Mystery

We offer you, Lord Jesus, this seventh decade, in honor of your bloody scourging; and we ask you, through this mystery and through the intercession of your most holy Mother, the mortification of our senses. So be it.

pause to meditate

Our Father, 10 Hail Marys, Glory, O my Jesus.
Thanks to the mystery of Jesus' scourging, descend into our souls. So be it.

Eighth Mystery

We offer you, Lord Jesus, this eighth ten, in honor of your crowning with thorns; and we ask you, through this mystery and through the intercession of your Blessed Mother, the contempt of the world. So be it.

Pause to meditate.

Our Father, 10 Hail Marys, Glory, O my Jesus.
Thanks to the mystery of the coronation of thorns, descend into our souls. So be it.

Ninth Mystery

We offer you, Lord Jesus, this ninth tenth, in honor of the carrying of the Cross; and we ask you, through this mystery and through the intercession of your Blessed Mother, for patience in all our crosses. So be it.

Pause to meditate.

Our Father, 10 Hail Marys, Glory, O my Jesus.
Thanks to the mystery of the carrying of the cross, descend into our souls. So be it.

Tenth Mystery

We offer you, Lord Jesus, this tenth, in honor of your crucifixion and ignominious death on Calvary; and we ask you, through this mystery and through the intercession of your Blessed Mother, for the conversion of sinners, the perseverance of the just and the relief of souls in purgatory. So be it.

Pause to meditate.

Our Father, 10 Hail Marys, Glory, O my Jesus.
Thanks to the mystery of Jesus' crucifixion, descend into our souls. So be it.

Glorious Mysteries – Praying on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays

Eleventh Mystery

We offer you, Lord Jesus, this eleventh tenth, in honor of your glorious resurrection; and we ask you, through this mystery and through the intercession of your Blessed Mother, love for God and fervor in your service. So be it.

Pause to meditate.

Our Father, 10 Hail Marys, Glory, O my Jesus.
Thanks to the mystery of the resurrection, descend into our souls. So be it.

twelfth mystery

We offer you, Lord Jesus, this twelfth tenth, in honor of your triumphant ascension; and we ask you, through this mystery and through the intercession of your Blessed Mother, an ardent desire for heaven, our dear homeland. So be it.

Pause to meditate.

Our Father, 10 Hail Marys, Glory, O my Jesus.
Thanks to the mystery of ascension, descend into our souls. So be it.

Thirteenth Mystery

We offer you, Lord Jesus, this thirteenth decade, in honor of the mystery of Pentecost; and we ask you, through this mystery and through the intercession of your Blessed Mother, for the descent of the Holy Spirit into our souls. So be it.

Pause to meditate.

Our Father, 10 Hail Marys, Glory, O my Jesus.
Thanks to the mystery of Pentecost, descend into our souls. So be it.

Fourteenth Mystery

We offer you, Lord Jesus, this fourteenth decade, in honor of the resurrection and triumphal assumption of your Mother into heaven; and we ask you, through this mystery and through her intercession, a tender devotion to such a good mother. So be it.

Pause to meditate.

Our Father, 10 Hail Marys, Glory, O my Jesus.
Thanks to the mystery of the assumption I descended into our souls. So be it.

Fifteenth Mystery

We offer you, Lord Jesus, this fifteenth tenth, in honor of the glorious coronation of your Blessed Mother in heaven; and we ask of you, through this mystery and through her intercession, perseverance in grace and the crown of glory. So be it.

Pause to meditate.

Our Father, 10 Hail Marys, Glory, O my Jesus.
Thanks to the mysteries of Mary's glorious coronation, descend into our souls. So be it.

7. Give thanks at the end of the rosary or the holy rosary

Pray a Hail Queen.

Hail Queen, Mother of Mercy,
life, sweetness and our hope, Hail!
To you we cry out the banished children of Eve.
We sigh to you, moaning and weeping in this vale of tears.
Look, therefore, our lawyer, those merciful eyes of yours turn to us.
And after this exile, show us Jesus, the blessed fruit of your womb.
O clement! O pious one! O sweet ever Virgin Mary!

V. Pray for us, Holy Mother of God.
A. That we may be worthy of Christ's promises

8. Pray the Litany of Our Lady

Lord have mercy on us.
Jesus Christ, have mercy on us.
Lord have mercy on us.
Jesus Christ, hear us.
Jesus Christ, listen to us.

Heavenly Father who are God, have mercy on us.
Son, Redeemer of the world, who are God, have mercy on us.
Holy Spirit, you are God, have mercy on us.
Most Holy Trinity, who are one God, have mercy on us.

Santa Maria, pray for us.
Holy Mother of God,
Holy Virgin of Virgins,
Mother of Jesus Christ,
Mother of divine grace,
most pure mother,
Most chaste mother,
immaculate mother,
intact mother,
lovely mother,
admirable mother,
Mother of good advice,
Mother of the Creator,
Mother of the Savior,
most prudent virgin,
venerable virgin,
commendable virgin,
powerful virgin,
Merciful Virgin,
faithful virgin,
mirror of justice,
thirst for wisdom,
Cause of our joy,
spiritual vessel,
honorific vessel,
distinguished vessel of devotion,
mystic rose,
Tower of David,
ivory tower,
house of gold,
Ark of the Covenant,
Heaven's Door,
Morning Star,
Health of the sick,
Refuge of sinners,
Comforter of the afflicted,
Help from Christians,
queen of angels,
Queen of the patriarchs,
Queen of the prophets,
Queen of the Apostles,
Queen of martyrs,
Queen of confessors,
queen of virgins,
Queen of all saints,
Queen conceived without original sin,
Queen raised to heaven,
Queen of the Most Holy Rosary,
queen of peace,

Lamb of God, who taketh away the sins of the world,
forgive us Lord.
Lamb of God, who taketh away the sins of the world,
hear us Lord.
Lamb of God, who taketh away the sins of the world,
have pity on us.

V. Pray for us, Holy Mother of God,
A. That we may be worthy of Christ's promises.

let us pray

Lord God, we beseech You to grant Your servants perpetual health of soul and body; and may we, through the glorious intercession of the ever-blessed Virgin Mary, be freed from present sadness and enjoy eternal joy.
Through Christ Our Lord. Amen.

9. Give the Final Greeting

I greet you, Mary, beloved Daughter of the eternal Father, admirable Mother of the Son, Most faithful Spouse of the Holy Spirit, august temple of the most holy Trinity; I salute you, sovereign Princess, to whom all is submissive in heaven and on earth; I greet you, I secure refuge from sinners, Our Lady of Mercy, who have never repelled anyone. Sinner that I am, I prostrate myself at your feet, and I ask you to obtain me from Jesus, your beloved son, contrition and forgiveness of all my sins, and divine wisdom. I consecrate myself all to you, with everything I have. I take you today for my Mother and Lady. Treat me, therefore, as the last of your children and the most obedient of your slaves. Heed, my Princess, heed the sighs of a heart that is to love you and serve you faithfully. Let no one say that, among all who have appealed to you, I am the first helpless. O my hope, O my life, O my faithful and immaculate Virgin Mary, defend me, nourish me, listen to me, instruct me, save me. So be it. In the Name of the Father, (+) the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen.



  • Sweet heart of Jesus who loves us so much, make me love you more and more.

  • Thanks and praise be given all the time. To the most holy and most divine Sacrament.

  • My God! I believe, adore, hope and love You. I ask Your forgiveness for those who do not believe, do not adore, do not wait and do not love You.

  • Jesus, meek and humble of heart, make my heart like Yours.

  • Oh blood and water that flowed from the heart of Jesus as a source of mercy for us, I trust in you.

  • Sacred Heart of Jesus, I trust and hope in You.

  • Sweet Heart of Mary (or Immaculate Heart of Mary), be our salvation.

  • Immaculate Queen of Peace, give us peace.

  • God the Father in Heaven, have mercy on us.

  • Our Lord Good Jesus, have mercy on us.

  • Holy Family, sanctify our families.

  • Jesus, Mary and Joseph, our family is Yours.

  • Jesus, Mary and Joseph, increase my Faith.

  • Jesus, Mary and Joseph, I give you my heart and my soul.

  • Holy Spirit, have mercy on us.

  • Most Holy Trinity, have mercy on us.

  • Divine Holy Spirit, enlighten us, guide us, give us wisdom, discernment, holiness and purity of prayer.

  • Jesus, meek and humble in Heart, make our hearts like Yours.

  • Our Lady of Divine Providence, provide.

  • Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in combat.

  • O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to You.

  • Sacred Heart of Jesus who loves us so much, make me love you more and more.

  • Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament, our Beloved God.

  • Sacred Heart of Jesus, protect our families.

  • Sacred Heart of Jesus, I give myself to You through Mary.

  • Heart of Jesus, make me love You and make You love.

  • Remember that I belong to You, dear Mother, our Lady! Ah, guard me and defend me as Your own thing.


you deum

1. Te Deum laudámus: te Dóminum confitémur.
2. Te ætérnum Patrem omnis terra venerátur.
3. Tibi omnes Angeli, tibi Cæli, et univérsæ Potestátes:
4. Tibi Chérubim et Séraphim incessábili voce proclámant:
5. Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus Dominus, God Sábaoth.
6. Pleni sunt cæli et terra majestátis gloriæ tuæ.
7. Te gloriosus Apostolorum chorus,
8. Te Prophetárum laudábilis numerus,
9. Te Mártyrum candidátus laudat exércitus.
10. Te per orbem terrárum sancta confitétur Ecclésia,
11. Patrem immensæ majestatis;
12. Venerándum tuum verum et unicam Filium:
13. Sanctum quoque Paraclitum Spíritum.
14. Tu Rex gloriæ, Christe.
15. Tu Patris sempitérnus es Filius.
16. Tu, ad liberándum susceptúrus hóminem, non horruísti Virginis úterum.
17. Thou, devicto mortis acúleo, aperuísti credéntibus regna cælórum.
18. Tu ad déxteram Dei thirsts, in glory Patris.
19. Judex crederis this venturus.
20. Te ergo quaésumus, tuis famulis súbveni, quos pretióso ságuine redemísti.
21. Aetérna fac cum Sanctis tuis in gloria numerári.
22. Salvum fac Pópulum tuum, Dómine, et benedic hereditati tuæ.
23. Et rege eos, et extólle illos usque in ætérnum.
24. Per singulos dies benedícimus te;
25. Et laudámus nomen tuum in saéculum, et in saéculum saéculi.
26. Dignáre, Dómine, die this sine peccáto nos custodíre.
27. Miserére nostri, Dómine, miserére nostri.
28. Fiat your mercy, Domine, super nos, quemádmodum sperávimus in te.
29. In te, Dómine, sperávi: non confúndar in ætérnum.

V.: Benedicamus Patrem et Fílium cum Sancto Spíritu.
A.: Laudémus et superexaltémus euum in saécula.

V.: Benedictus es, Dómine, in firmamento cæli.
A.: Et laudábilis, et gloriósus, et superexaltátus in saécula.

V.: Dómine, exáudis oratiónem meam.
A.: Et clamor meu ad te véniat.

V.: Dominus vobiscum.
A.: Et cum spiritu tuo.

Te Deum

Perpetual Santoral Calendar

Taken from the work Caminho Reto e Seguro , by Santo Antônio Maria Claret.


1. † The Circumcision of the Lord.
2. St. Siridion, bishop and martyr, and St. Macarius abbot.
3. St. Antero pope and martyr and St. Genoveva, vg.
4. Stos. Aquilino, martyr and Titus, bishop.
5. Saint Telesphorus, pope and martyr.
6. † The Adoration of the Holy Kings.
7. Saint Raimundo de Penhafort, confessor.
8. Saint Lucian and fellow martyrs.
9. Juliao, martyr and Basilisa, virgin.
10. Nicanor, martyr and Gonçalo, confessor.
11. Hygino, pope and martyr.
12. Sto. Akkadian, martyr.
13. Saint Gumercindo, martyr.
14. Hilary, bishop and confessor and Felix, presb. and martyr.
15. Paul, first hermit and Mauro abbot.
16. Marcellus I, pope and martyr, and Fulgencio, bishop and confessor.
17. St. Anthony, abbot.
18. The Chair of St. Peter in Rome and St. Prisca, virgin and martyr.

19. Canuto, king and martyr and Mario and fellow martyrs.

20. Stos Fabião, pope and Sebastian, martyrs.

21. St. Agnes, virgin and S. Frutuoso and companion martyrs.

22. St. Vincent, deacon and St. Anastacio, mrs.

23. Ildefonso, Archbishop of Toledo, Saint

Raimundo de Penaforte, confessor and S. Emerenciana, virgin. and mart.

24. Our Lady of Peace and St. Timothy, bishop and martyr.
25. The Conversion of St. Paul, Apostle and St. Elvira.
26. Polycarp, bishop and mr. and Paula, a widow.
27. St. John Chrysostom, bishop.

28. Julião, bishop, São Pedro Nolasco, founder, Valero, Tirso and the apparition of Santa Inês.
29. St. Francis de Sales, bishop and doctor.
30. Sta. Martinha, eg. mr., and S. Lesmes, abbot.
31. St. John Bosco, confessor.


1. Stos. Ignatius, bishop and martyr, Bridget, virgin and martyr, and Cecilius, bishop and martyr.
2. Our Lady's Purification.
3. Saint Bras, bishop and martyr, and B. Nicholas of Longobard.

4. Stos. André Corsini and José de Leonissa, confessor.

5. St. Agueda, virgin and St. Philip of Jesus, martyr.

6. Saint Titus, bishop and Saint Dorothea, virgin and martyr.
7. Romualdo, abbot and Ricardo Rei.
8. São João da Mata, founder and confessor.
9. St. Apollonia, virgin and martyr and St. Cyril of Alexandria, bishop.

10. St. Scholastica, virgin and St. William, confessor.

11. The Apparition of the Immaculate One in Lourdes.
12. St. Eulalia, virgin and martyr and the Holy Seven Servants of Mary, founders.

13. Saint Benigno, martyr and Catherine de Riccis, virgin.

14. Saint Valentine, confessor and Blessed João Batista da Conceição.

15. Faustino and Jovito, martyr brothers.
16. São Julião and five companions, mrs.

17. Saint Julius of Cappadocia martyred and Saint Claudius bishop.

18. Eladius, Archbishop of Toledo, Simeon, bishop and Sinesius, bishop.

19. Álvaro de Córdoba, confessor and Gabiíno, confessor.

20. Saint Nemesius, martyr.

21. Felix and Maximilian, bishops and confessors.

22. The Chair of St. Peter at Antioch.
23. Stas. Mary, virgin, Margarida de Cortona and
Saint Peter Damian, bishop.
24. Saint Matthias, apostle and Saint Modest, martyr.
25. Saint Cesario, confessor and B. Sebastião de Aparicio, confessor.
26. Alexander, bishop.
27. St. Valdomiro, confessor and St. Gabriel de N. Senhora das Dores, confessor.

28. St. Romão, abbot and St. Macarius and companions, martyrs.


1. Saint Rosendo, bishop and confessor, and Saints Eudoxia and Antonina, martyrs.

2. Saint Lucius, bishop and martyr.
3. Stos. Hemeterius and Celidonius, martyrs.
4. Saint Casimir, king and confessor.
5. Sto. Eusebius and companions, martyrs.
6. Saint Olegario, bishop and Saint Coleta, virgin.
7. Thomas Aquinas, Doctor.

8. Saint John of God, founder and Saint Julius Archbishop.

9. St. Francisca, Roman widow.
10. Saint Melitão and companions, martyrs.
11. Eulogio, martyr and Aurea, virgin.
12. St. Gregory the Great, pope and doctor.

13. Leandro, Archbishop of Seville and Rodrigo, martyr.

14. Santas Matilde, queen and Florentina, virgin.
15. Santos Raimundo, abbot and Longuinhos, mr.
16. Saint Julian, martyr.
17. Saint Patrick, bishop and confessor.
18. Saint Cyril, bishop.
19. Saint Joseph, husband of Mary Most Holy.

20. Nicetus, martyr and Euphemia, virgin and martyr.

21. St. Benedict, patriarch, abbot and founder.
22. Saint Deográcias, bishop and Saint Catherine, of Genoa, virgin.
23. St. Joseph Oriol, confessor and St. Victorian, and companions, martyrs.
24. Saint Gabriel, Archangel.

25. The Annunciation of Our Lady and St. Dimas.

26. Saint Braulius, bishop.
27. Saint Rupertus, bishop and Saint John Damascene.
28. Saint John Capistrano, confessor.
29. Eustasio abbot and martyr and Syrus.
30. João Climaco abbot and Regulus, bishop.
31. St. Balbina and St. Amos, prophet.


1. Saint Venancio, bishop and the Impression of the Wounds of Santa Catarina.

2. San Francisco de Paula and Santa Maria Egipciaca.

3. Stos. Ulpiano and Pancracio, martyrs and Saint Benedict of Palermo, confessor.

4. Sto. Isidore from Seville.
5. Saint Vincent Ferrer, confessor and Saint Emilia.
6. Saint Celestine, pope and martyr, and Blessed Juliana de Cornelion, a virgin.
7. Epiphanius, bishop and Cyriachus, martyr.

8. Saint Diniz, bishop and B. Julião de Saint Augustine.

9. Stas. Maria Cleofé and Cassilda, virgin.
10. Daniel and Ezekiel, prophets.
11. Saint Leo I, Pope and Doctor.
12. Stos. Victor and Zeno, martyrs.
13. Hermenegildo, king and martyr.
14. São Pedro Gonçalves and São Telmo.
15. Stas. Basilisa and Anastasia, martyrs.
16. Toribio of Liebana, bishop and Engracia, virgin and martyr.
17. Aniceto, Pope and Blessed Mariana de Jesus.
18. Eleutherium, bishop and Perfect, martyr.

19. Vincent and Hermógenes, martyr.
20. St. Agnes of Monte Pulciano, virgin.
21. Anselmo, bishop and doctor.
22. Sotero and Gaius, popes and martyrs.
23. Saint George, martyr.
24. Gregory, Bishop and Fidelis of Sigmaringa.
25. St. Mark the Evangelist.
26. Cletus and Marcellin, popes and martyrs.

27. Anastácio, Pope, Pedro Armengol and Toribio de Mogrovejo, Archbishop of Lima.

28. Paulo da Cruz and Prudencio, bishop.
29. Saint Peter of Verona, martyr and Saint Robert, abbot.

30. St. Catherine of Siena, Virgin and Saint Indalecio bishop and martyr and Pilgrim confessor.


1. St. Philip and St. James, apostles.
2. Sto. Athanasius, bishop and doctor.
3. The Invention of the Holy Cross.
4. Saint Monica, widow.
5. The Conversion of St. Augustine and St. Pius V.
6. Saint John before Portam Latinm.
7. St. Stanislaus, bishop and martyr.
8. The Apparition of Saint Michael the Archangel and the Feast of the Holy Trinity for the conversion of the Goths.
9. St. Gregory Nazianzen, bishop and doctor.
10. Antonino, Archbishop of Florence.

11. Saint Mamerto, bishop and Saint Francis of Jerome.

12. São Domingos da Calçada.
13. Saint Peter Regalado and Saint Second, bishop and martyr.
14. Saint Boniface, martyr.
15. Isidore, farmer.
16. João Nepomuceno, martyr and Ubaldo, bishop.
17. Saint Paschal Bailão, confessor.

18. St. Venancio, martyr and St. Felix of Cantalicius.

19. Saint Peter Celestine.
20. Saint Bernadino of Siena, confessor.
21. Saint Secondary, martyr.
22. Stas. Rita de Cassia, widow, Quitera and Julita, virgins and martyrs.
23. The Apparition of St. James the Apostle.
24. Saint Robustian, martyr.
25. St. Gregory VII, pope, St. Urban, pope, and St. Mary Magdalene de Pazzi.
26. Saint Felipe Neri, confessor and founder.
27. Saint Bede, confessor and doctor.
28. St. Augustine, bishop and confessor.
29. Saint Maximinus, bishop and confessor.
30. San Fernando, King of Spain.
31. Our Lady Queen of All Saints and Mother of Beautiful Love and Saint Petronila, virgin.


1. Saint Second, martyr.

2. Stos. Marcelo and Pedro, martyrs and João de Ortega, confessor.
3. Saint Isaac and Saint Clotilde, queen.
4. St. Francis Caracciolo and Sta. Saturnina.
5. St. Boniface, bishop and martyr.
6. Saint Norbert, bishop and confessor.
7. Saint Peter Wistremundo and companions, martyrs.
8. Saint Salustian, confessor.
9. Cousin and Feliciano, martyrs.
10. Crispulo and Restituto, martyrs and St. Margaret, queen.
11. Saint Barnabas, apostle.

12. Saint John of Sahagun, confessor and Saint Onofre, anchorite.

13. Saint Anthony of Lisbon,
14. St. Basil the Great, doctor and founder.
15. Vito, Modesto, Crescencia, martyrs.
16. João Francisco de Regis, confessor, and Quirico and Sta. Julita, martyrs.
17. Saint Manoel and companions, martyrs and B. Paulo de Arezo.
18. Marcos, Marceliano, Ciríaco and Paula martyrs.
19. Gervasius and Protasius, martyrs.

20. Silverio, pope and martyr and Florentina, virgin.

21. Luís Gonzaga, confessor and Eusébio, bishop.
22. Paulinus, bishop, Acácio and companions, martyrs.
23. Saint John, priest and martyr.
24. The Nativity of St. John the Baptist.
25. Orosia, virgin and martyr, William and Eloi, bishop.
26. John and Paul brothers and Pelagia, martyrs.
27. Saint Zolio and companions, martyrs.
28. St. Leo II, pope.

29. † Saints Peter and Paul, apostles.
30. The Commemoration of St. Paul, Apostle and St. Martial, Bishop.


1. The Most Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ.

2. The Visitation of Our Lady.
3. Saint Trypho and companions, martyrs.
4. Saint Laurean, bishop and B. Gaspar Bono.

5. Stos. Miguel dos Santos and Antônio Maria Zacarias, confessor.

6. St. Lucia, virgin and martyr.
7. Firminus, bishop and martyr, Claudius, Mr., Odão, bishop and Lourenço de Brindis.
8. Sta. Isabel, widow, queen of Portugal.
9. Saint Cyril, bishop and martyr.

10. Statutes Amália and Rufina, martyrs and São Cristovão, martyr.

11. Pius I, pope, Abundi, martyr and Veronica de Julianis.

12. Stos. João Gualberto, abbot and Marciana, a virgin.

13. Anacleto, pope and martyr.
14. Saint Bonaventure, bishop and martyr.
15. Camilo de Lelis, founder and Henrique, emp.
16. Our Lady of Mount Carmel and the Triumph of the Holy Cross.
17. Saint Alexios, confessor.
18. Sinforosa and 7 children and Frederico.
19. Stas. Justa and Rufina and S. Vicente de Paulo.

20. St. Elias, prof. And S. Margarida and Liberata.
21. St. Praxedes, virgin.
22. St. Mary Magdalene.
23. Apollinaris, bishop and martyr, and Liborio, bishop.
24. Sta. Cristina, eg and S. Francisco Solano.
25. St. James the apostle.
26. St. Anne, Mother of Our Lady.
27. Saint Pantaleon, martyr.
28. Victor, pope and martyr and Innocent, pope.

29. St. Mary, Virgin and Stos. Felix, Pope, Simplicio, Faustino and Beatriz, martyrs.

30. Abdon and Senen, martyrs.
31. Ignatius of Loyola.


1. Saint Peter ad Vincula.
2. Our Lady of the Angels, St. Alphonsus of Ligorio, bishop and doctor.
3. The invention of St. Stephen, proto-martyr.
4. São Domingos de Gusmão, founder.
5. Our Lady of the Snows.
6. The Transfiguration of the Lord and Saints Justo and Pastor, martyrs.
7. Founder Caetano and Alberto from Sicily.
8. Saint Syriac and fellow martyrs.
9. Saint Romao, martyr.
10. St. Lawrence, martyr.
11. Saint Tiburcio and Susana, martyrs.
12. St. Clara, virgin and foundress.
13. Hippolytus, Cassian, martyrs, John Berchmans, confessor.

14. Eusebius, confessor.
15. † The Assumption of Our Lady.
16. Saint Joaquim, Father of Our Lady.
17. Saint Hyacinth, confessor.
18. Agapito, martyr, Helena, queen and Clara, virgin.
19. Luis, bishop and Magino, martyr.
20. Saint Bernard, abbot, doctor and founder.

21. Stas. Joana Fremiot, founder, Basa and 3 children.

22. Immaculate Heart of Mary.
23. Saint Felipe Benício, confessor.
24. St. Bartholomew, apostle.
25. Saint Louis King of France and Gines, martyr.
26. Saint Ceferino, pope and martyr.
27. Saint Joseph of Caiasans, founder.
28. Saint Augustine, bishop, doctor and founder.
29. The Beheading of St. John the Baptist.
30. Santa Rosa de Lima.
31. Saint Raimundo Nonato.


1. Stos. Egidio, abbot, Vicente and Leto, martyrs.
2. Stos. Antolino, martyr and Stephen, king.
3. Stos. Ladislaus, king and Sandalius, martyr.
4. Santas Cândida, Rosa de Viterbo and Rosalia.
5. St. Lawrence Justinian, bishop.
6. Saint Eugene and fellow martyrs.
7. Saint Regina, virgin and martyr.
8. The Nativity of Our Lady.
9. St. Mary of the Head and St. Peter Claver.
10. St. Nicholas Tolentine.

11. Saints Proto and Jacinto, martyrs.
12. The Sweetest Name of Mary.
13. Saint Philip and companions, martyrs.
14. The Exaltation of the Holy Cross.
15. Our Lady of Sorrows.
16. Saints Rogerio, martyr of Granada, Cornelius, pope and Cyprian, bishop, martyrs.

17. The wounds of São Francisco and São Pedro Arbués.

18. Saint Thomas of Vilanova.

19. Saint Januario, bishop and companions, martyrs.

20. Saint Eustace and companions, martyrs.
21. St. Matthew, apostle and evangelist.
22. Saint Mauritius and companions, martyrs.
23. St. Thecla, virgin and martyr and St. Linus, pope and martyr.
24. Our Lady of Mercy.
25. Santa Maria de Cervelho, virgin and São Lupo, bishop.
26. Cyprian and Justina, martyrs.
27. Cosimo and Damião, martyrs.
28. Wenceslas, martyr, Eustochia, virgin and B. Simão de Rojas, confessor.
29. The Dedication of St. Michael the Archangel.
30. Santos Jerônimo, doctor and Santa Sofia, widow.


1. Saint Remigius, bishop.
2. The Holy Guardian Angel and Sto. Olegario.
3. Stos. Candide, martyr and Gerardo, abbot.
4. Saint Francis of Assisi, founder.

5. Stos. Froilano and Atilano, bishop, and Placido, martyr.
6. Saint Bruno, founder.
7. Our Lady of the Rosary.
8. Saint Bridget, widow.
9. Saint Dionysius and companions, martyrs.
10. Francisco de Borja and Luís Beltrão.
11. Nicásio, bishop and martyr, and Firminus, bishop and confessor.
12. Our Lady of the Pillar of Saragossa, Stos. Felix and Cipriano, martyrs and Seraphim, confessor.

13. Saint Faust, martyr and Sto. Edward, king.
14. Saint Callixtus, pope and martyr.
15. St. Teresa of Jesus, virgin and foundress.
16. Cock Abbot and Adelaide, virgin.
17. Stas. Heduviges, widow and Maria Margarida Alacoque.
18. Saint Luke, evangelist.
19. Saint Peter of Alcântara, confessor.
20. Saint John Cancio and Saint Iria, virgin and martyr.
21. St. Ursula and eleven thousand virgin martyrs and St. Hilarion, abbot.
22. St. Mary Salomé, widow.
23. St. Anthony Mary Claret.
24. Saint Raphael, archangel and Saint Bernard Calvo, bishop.

25. Saint Frutos and Saints Crisanto, Daria, Crispino and Crispiniano.

26. Saint Evaristo, pope.
27. Vincent, Sabina and Cristeta, martyrs.
28. St. Simon and St. Jude Thaddeus.

29. Narcissus, bishop and Eusebia, virgin and martyr.

30. Alfonso Rodrigues, confessor, Claudio and fellow martyrs.

31. Quintino, martyr and Lucilla, virgin.


1. † All Saints.

2. The commemoration of the deceased and Santa Eutoquia.

3. St. Valentine and the Innumerable martyrs of Saragosa.

4. Stos. Carlos Borromeo, bishop and Modesta, virgin.

5. Stos. Zacarias and Isabel, parents of the Baptist.
6. Stos. Severus, bishop and martyr, and Leonardo, abbot.
7. Santos Antônio and companions, martyrs and Florêncio, bishop.
8. Saint Severian and fellow martyrs.
9. Theodore, martyr and Sotero and the Dedication of the Church of the Savior in Rome.
10. Saint Andrew Avelino, confessor.
11. Saint Martin, bishop and confessor.

12. Stos. Martinho, Pope, Diogo de Alcalá and Emiliano.

13. Eugene III and Stanislaus Kostka.

14. Serapius, martyr, Lorenzo, bishop and Jehoshaphat, bishop and martyr.

15. Eugene, Archbishop and Martyr and Leopold.

16. Saint Rufinus and companions, martyrs.

17. Sta. Gertrude, virgin and Santos Aciscio and Vitória, martyrs.

18. Maximus, bishop and Romao, martyr.
19. St. Elizabeth, Queen of Hungary.

20. Saint Felix de Valois, founder.
21. The Presentation of Our Lady and Saints Rufo and Estevão.
22. St. Cecilia, virgin and martyr.
23. St. Clement, pope and martyr.
24. João da Cruz, Chrysogono and Flora.
25. St. Catherine, virgin and martyr.

26. The Marriage of Our Lady, St. Peter Alexandrino.

27. Faculty and Primitive, martyrs.
28. St. Gregory III, pope.
29. Saint Saturnine, martyr.
30. Saint Andrew, apostle.


1. Saint Natalia, widow and Saint Eloi, bishop.
2. Saints Bibiana and Elisa, virgins.

3. Santos Francisco Xavier, confessor and Claudio.

4. Saint Barbara, virgin and martyr and Saint Peter Chrysologus.
5. Saint Sabas, abbot and Anastasius, martyr.
6. St. Nicholas of Bari, Archbishop of Mira.
7. Saint Ambrose, Archbishop and Doctor.
8. † The Immaculate Conception of Mary.
9. Saint Leocadia, virgin and martyr.

10. Our Lady of Loreto and Saints Melquiades, Pope and Eulalia de Merida, virgin and martyr.

11. St. Damasus, pope and confessor.
12. Our Lady of Guadalupe and San Donato and companion martyrs.

13. Saint Lucia, virgin and B. João de Marrinonio.

14. Saint Nicasius, bishop and martyr.
15. Saint Eusebius, bishop.
16. St. Valentine, martyr.
17. Saints Lazarus, bishop and martyr and Franco de Senna.
18. The Expectation of Childbirth.
19. Saint Nemesius, bishop.
20. Saint Dominic of Silos, abbot.
21. Saint Thomas, apostle.
22. Saint Demetrius, martyr.

23. São Nicolau Factor, confessor and Santa Vitória, martyr.

24. St. Gregory, priest and martyr.
25. † The Birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
26. St. Stephen, protomartyr.
27. Saint John, apostle and evangelist.
28. The Holy Innocents, martyrs.
29. Saint Thomas Cantuariense, bishop and martyr.

30. Saint Sabino and Translation of Saint James, apostle.

31. Saint Sylvester, pope and confessor.


Because they do not have a fixed day, they are not included in this calendar

The first Sunday after the Holy Kings: The Holy Family of Nazareth .

If the year is a leap year, the 24th of February is the feast of St. Modest, bishop, and the 25th of St. Matthias.

The Friday after Passion Sunday: The Sorrows of Our Lady .

The Wednesday after the second Easter Sunday: The patronage of St. Joseph .

The following Sunday after Pentecost: The Holy Trinity .

The day after the octave of Corpus Christi: The Sacred Heart of Jesus .

The day after the Sacred Heart of Jesus: The Most Pure and Immaculate Heart of Mary .

The Sunday after St. Augustine (which is August 28): Nossa Senhora da Consolação or da Correia .

Calendário Perpétuo
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