Welcome to the Our Catholic Prayers Blog, where we take a fresh look at various topics related to Catholic prayers and our wonderful faith! These include prayers, essays, and links to various resources to help us grow in faith, hope, and love for our Lord, especially in these turbulent times! Pages are listed in the links and thumbnails below.
We hope this material from Our Catholic Prayers can inspire you in these trying times!
In contemplating Jesus in the Crowning with Thorns, we can pay him true homage in prayer.
The Surrender Novena is a great antidote for your anxieties, big and small!
This page focusing on the emotional turmoil Christ experienced the night before His crucifixion is now a Podcast! May He not have suffered in vain for any of us!
Praying the Stations of the Cross can help give you strength to deal with life's challenges. It’s a moving way to meditate on our Lord’s Passion.
As Lent begins, Ash Wednesday reminds us to shake the dust of sinful pride off our feet!.
We ask Saint Blaise for his help in this prayer, remembering how he is invoked for blessings of throats and relief from other illnesses.
Think of Prayer, Perseverance, and Equanimity as spiritual personal protective equipment.
This prayer to John the Baptist is an appeal for this great prophet's assistance in our spiritual journey.
This Prayer to the Infant Jesus reminds us of how much we need our Lord, now more than ever!
2+2=5? Of course not! Believe it or not, however, this erroneous equation can inspire you on your Spiritual Journey!
St. Michael the Archangel inspired this important tribute to the nine choirs of angels. Enlist his powerful aid by reciting it regularly!
Now more than ever we need God's grace, for our good and His glory!
We are offering Podcasts of our website's Scriptural Rosary pages. Rosaries are essential these days!
These prayers pay tribute to the Blessed Virgin Mary for all the sufferings she endured with her Divine Son for our salvation.
Have you ever wanted to have some fresh insights on the Assumption of Mary for this special feast day? These selections provide moving food for thought!
The devotion to our Lord’s Precious Blood focuses us on its saving force for our Eternal Life!
With iconoclasm on the rise, this is a crucial time to reinvigorate our faith!
With all the turbulence around us, now's the time to stand up for the peace of Christ!
In times like these, when you feel God is distant, a glance at His Sacred Heart can reassure you of His Love for you!
St. Paul once wrote that when he was weak he was strong. Find out how that can help you in these troubled times!
Prayers to the Holy Spirit can help you focus on our Lord and our Faith for much needed grace in these troubled times.
Before Christ's Ascension into Heaven, He gave His Apostles some valedictory advice we can use today as well!
Our Blessed Mother did many wonderful things not recorded in the Gospels out of deference and love for her Divine Son!
Be a living tabernacle. Make a place for God in your heart and soul!
In stealing paradise asking for Christ’s mercy at Calvary, Dismas the good thief also showed true contrition!
Pontius Pilate' s answer to Jesus testifying to God's truth should give us all pause, as it relates to us today!
These prayers in times of financial difficulties can help you keep focused on what really counts in these turbulent times: God and His love and His will for us! See the webpage link for the podcast link for this page as well!
We hope these prayers can give you and your loved ones our Lord's healing grace in these difficult times.
We hope these online daily and Sunday Mass videos can help you keep close to our Lord during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Now more than ever do you feel the need to be with our Lord with no masses around? We want to remind our readers in this trying time to make Spiritual Communions whenever and wherever possible! See the webpage link for the podcast link for this page as well!
Jesus' words to the women of Jerusalem on the Way of the Cross about cruelty to come apply to us as well!
Exercising your “muscle” of abnegation can help you draw closer to God in holiness.
With social sin we share sinful activities and often make each other partners in crime and shut God out of our lives!
Virtue signalling is big nowadays, but trying to be good instead of just sounding good is ultimately more fulfilling!
This moving account of the Nativity is a great way to meditate on our Savior's Birth!
Christmas is a great time to reflect on how God gave us His ultimate gift in becoming a human being: the gift of Himself to save fallen humanity!
This Prayer of Thanksgiving After Communion can help you in receiving Christ's grace and strength as well as His love!
Patrick Coffin, a well known apologist from Catholic Answers, hosts a community of culture builders with great interviews and commentary. As he says, "Be a saint. What else is there?"
This prayer to Christ the King helps us see more clearly who's really in charge in our lives!
November is an especially good time to pray for the Holy Souls in Purgatory as they undergo both great suffering and joy in being cleansed for heaven.
Our Lady of Akita wept for fallen humanity, warning us to prepare for the great challenges to come!
What is Love? God's answer challenges us all to love others as He loves us.
God suffers in the midst of fallen humanity and is looking to each of us to help Him bring light and clarity in a world filled with darkness and confusion.
Jesus response to Peter's question about his fellow Apostle John, "Lord, what about this man?" applies to us as well!
How has the Church become so distraught these days? Dr. Taylor Marshall has some answers in his new book Infiltration
Our Lord Jesus Christ did indeed rise from the dead! For those Doubting Thomases, scripture and circumstances provide compelling proof.
Peter’s denial of Jesus during His Passion makes us realize that we need our Lord’s grace and guidance to follow Him, not just our own strength.
In the Crowning with Thorns, Our Lord was brutally mocked, yet He is our King, as the Cristeros praised Him centuries later!