CCS Prayers


Prayer for the Confraternity of Catholic Saints

God our loving Father, you sent your Son, Jesus Christ, to be our way, our truth, and our life. He taught us that it is your will that we may be holy as you are holy. In the waters of baptism, in the anointing of Chrism in our forehead, in receiving the Body and Blood of your Son, and in the grace of reconciliation, you gave us strength to fulfill our Christian mission to the whole world.

We pray that we may be faithful servants of your Son, proclaiming the Good News and telling the whole world that Holiness is very possible. Let our lives be a life of prayer, service, and of charity so that we may inspire others to be Saints.


May our hearts be inflamed with the fire of the Holy Spirit so that whatever we do, may be for your greater glory and sanctification of our brothers and sisters.


With the prayers of Mary, Queen and Mother of all Saints, and of all the Saints, may the Confraternity of Catholic Saints be a light to the world, shining in darkness and be a living witnesses of Jesus' love here on earth.


We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God forever and ever. Amen.


Prayer for Vocation to the Confraternity of Catholic Saints

God, our loving Father, you are the source of holiness. You sent Jesus to remind us of our vocation to be holy because you are holy. We humbly pray to inspire more people, especially the youth, to live a true Christian life. May men and women of every status in life be inspired to serve the Church by proclaiming the Gospel and promoting that Holiness is very possible through the Confraternity of Catholic Saints. Strengthen them by a life of prayer, love for the Sacraments especially the Eucharist and Confession, and by doing works of charity towards the sanctification of your people and their growth in faith, hope, and love.

May Mary, Mother and Queen of all Saints, and your Church triumphant, pray for us and help us.


We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever. Amen.


 


Prayers were approved for Public use by:
+ Most Rev. Honesto F. Ongtioco, D.D.
Bishop of Cubao

Noted by:
Rev. Fr. Dennis S. Soriano
Diocesan Ministry for Liturgical Affairs
Diocese of Cubao