Adoremus Bulletin explains the Litany of the Saints

Adoremus on the Litany of the Saints

The above is a great article explaining the proper use and alteration of the Litany of the Saints. It explains the order to use if you want to write your own litany of the saints, and other issues.

For example, praying a litany on Nov. 2 or in a cemetary, you say, “pray for them,” and it’s OK to pray for an individual and say, “pray for him/her” instead of “us”, as they did at JPII’s funeral.

The article also gives the current liturgical Litany of the Saints as issued by the Church in 2000, including invocations of St. Abraham, St. Moses and St. Elijah.

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2 responses to “Adoremus Bulletin explains the Litany of the Saints

  1. Those who despise the Church cannot assail the Church and her ministers the faithful included if how one lives is in accord with what one professes to be true.One small and interesting item happened at the Litany Saints –when the Church kneels and those to be ordained lay prostrate on the floor in humility– asking the saints to intercede for us the cantor invoked the intercession of the sometime Primate of Ireland of the 17th century convicted of treason by England and killed for the faith at Tyburn.

  2. On Thursday June 17 there will be a St Gianna Mass celebrated for the intentions of couples dealing with infertility issues at 411 East 68th Street New York .All are welcome!The program for the evening is as follows 6 00 pm Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Confessions6 25.pm Litany and Prayers to Saint Gianna6 35 pm Mass7 30 pm Infertility.Support Group and talk by Doctor Anne Melnik on Napro – TechnologyThe celebrant of the Mass and devotions will be Dominican Father Bruno Shah.The St Gianna Masswill be celebrated on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Their form of prayer is Catholic rosary litany mortification acts of asceticism confession of sins and the Mass according to the missal of Blessed John XXIII.Watch a most fascinating video …

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