Prayers To Saint Anthony Of Padua
The power of prayer is a gift from God, and through prayer we can ask for help when we need it. Prayers to Saint Anthony of Padua are often used by Catholics to invoke his help in finding lost items or loved ones. If you’re not Catholic but would like to get the same benefits as those who do pray this prayer, you can use the following:
Thou knowest my wants, my troubles, my sufferings; deign to come to my assistance with thy wonted charity. Thou hast no equal in goodness and greatness; thou art more wealthy than any other saint in Paradise; thou art greater than all men on earth taken together; thou dost surpass them all by thy knowledge of things divine; yet dost Thou not despise our prayers when we call upon thee for aid: rather hast Thou promised that whatever we ask shall be granted us through Thee if it be for our salvation or for that of others. This is why I now ask Thy blessing upon me and mine so that no misfortune may ever befall us either here below or hereafter above where Thy glory shines forth forevermore among saints and angels.”
Holiness and purity are the two qualities of God that most draw our devotion.
Prayers to saints are important. We can ask them to pray for us, and they will do it. They may not always get the job done right away, but they will help you in some way if you only have faith in them.
Saint Anthony of Padua is a very popular saint to pray to because he always helps people out of trouble. He is especially known as the patron saint of lost things because he prayed so much that God gave him the ability to find anything that was lost and return it safely home again (or at least tell you where it was).
Through Christ our Lord, Saint Anthony, glory be to You! Amen.
This prayer is used to find something you’ve lost. You might have misplaced your keys, or maybe your favorite teddy bear. Whatever the object, Saint Anthony is there to help you find it!
This prayer is also easy to say and can be said for other intentions as well: just open up your heart and your mind, give yourself a few minutes each day by saying this prayer regularly throughout the day, and let St. Anthony guide you!
Saint Anthony will hear your heartfelt request and do his best to answer it in a way that brings joy into your life. Through Christ our Lord, Saint Anthony glory be unto You! Amen.”
You just need to ask for his help!
You just need to ask for his help! Saint Anthony is the patron saint of lost things and he has a special place in his heart for people who lose something important—like, say, an engagement ring. (Saint Anthony’s story can be read here.) If you’re missing something, there are several prayers that have been written over the years by different authors. Feel free to use them or make up your own!
- Pray 1:
Dear Saint Anthony of Padua, I am praying today for my fiancee’s lost diamond ring. We have looked everywhere but cannot find it anywhere near where we were last together at our house before he left for work yesterday morning. Please pray with me that God will allow this ring to be found soon so we may have peace of mind knowing where it is and also so he may restore its beauty so that one day when she wears it again with pride during our wedding ceremony it will sparkle as bright as her eyes do whenever I look into them while thinking about how happy I am right now because today is the day after having made love three times already which wasn’t supposed to happen until tonight when we won’t be able go out because she’ll probably want us both here instead just in case anything happens while somebody else goes out instead.”
The prayer is used to find something you’ve lost, but according to some sources, it can also be said for other intentions.
The prayer is used to find something you’ve lost, but according to some sources, it can also be said for other intentions. It’s a prayer of gratitude and hope. You may have heard of the prayer before, or read about it online. The words below are from the Catholic Church’s website and contain a traditional version of the prayer:
O holy Saint Anthony, gentlest of Saints, your love for God and charity towards His creatures made you worthy when on earth to possess miraculous powers. Miracles waited on your word, which you were ever ready to speak for those in distress. Encouraged by this thought I implore you to obtain for me (request).
Almighty God has granted me many favors through this great Saint whose power fills heaven and earth; he will never fail his clients who call upon him with confidence in his intercession at all times and in every need.
Thou knowest my wants, my troubles, my sufferings; deign to come to my assistance
You can ask St. Anthony to help you in many ways. He is known for helping people find lost items, so it’s a good idea to ask him for assistance with this if you’ve lost something. If someone has stolen your car or your money, ask St. Anthony to help get it back for you. You can also ask St. Anthony to help fix your credit score if there are mistakes on it or if someone has damaged it through fraud or identity theft and now they won’t pay off the debts they owe you because of their actions! You may even want to ask St. Anthony’s intercession when looking after an elderly relative who needs care that only family members can provide; by praying to him daily and asking him daily favors (such as finding a job), he will bless everyone involved with his prayers and give them courage knowing that he will watch over them no matter what happens!
Good St. Anthony, look around, something is lost and must be found.
Saint Anthony of Padua is the patron saint of lost things, and if you’re looking for something you’ve misplaced, he’s got your back.
Saint Anthony was born in 1195 and died at age 36 on June 13th, 1231. He was a Franciscan priest and theologian who became famous for his preaching ability.
His feast day is June 13th, but since it falls on a Sunday each year there are no special services or masses held in his honor that day. Instead, there are celebrations at churches all over the world every year around his birthday (May 15) and feast day (June 13th).
These prayers are easy ways to invoke the help of a saint who always helps people out of trouble.
This prayer is used to find something you’ve lost, but according to some sources, it can also be said for other intentions such as health concerns or for protection. Just ask St. Anthony of Padua to help you out!
O glorious Saint Anthony of Padua, gentle and kind towards all creatures on earth; who while yet on this earth didst bear thyself with such humility toward men and such charity toward God; receive my humble prayer that I may obtain through thee whatever I ask at the throne of grace.
Through Christ our Lord. Amen
As you can see, the prayers to St. Anthony of Padua are easy to say and very effective. They are used in different ways by different people but all have one thing in common: they always work! If you’re looking for a way to pray for help from this powerful saint, then these prayers are perfect for you.