Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available. Click here to visit our frequently asked questions about HTML5 video. Listen to the Litany of the Saints — Litaniae Sanctorum — in Latin. Litaniae Sanctorum. Communio Sanctorum — the Communion of Saints. The Litany of the Saints (Latin: Litaniæ Sanctorum) is a formal prayer of the Catholic Church (especially of the Roman Catholic Church).
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O God, from whom all holy desires, all good counsels, and all just works do proceed: Let them be turned away blushing for shame, R.
Listen to the Litany of the Saints in Latin
Ut mentes nostras ad caelestia desideria erigas, R. From the Sanctorjm Diurnal. We beseech thee, O LORD, mercifully to hear the prayers of thy humble servants, and to forgive the sins of them that confess the same unto thee: Let us pray for our benefactors. Saints Perpetua and Felicity. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit. Saints Peter and Paul.
Saints John Fisher and Thomas More. May they rest in peace.
That it may please thee to bestow upon all thy faithful departed rest eternal. Let us pray for the faithful departed.
Let us pray for our Pope Name. O Lord, hear my prayer. Lord, have mercy upon us. All ye Holy Doctors, R. We beseech thee to hear us, Lord. The Holy Rosary in Latin. Through Thy Baptism and holy fasting, R. Omnes sancti Patriarchae et Prophetae, R.
A partial indulgence is attached to the Litany of the Saints.
Christ, graciously hear us. That put their trust in thee.
That Thou wouldst pardon us, R. By the mystery of thy Holy Incarnation.
Sancte Ioannes Baptista, R. The first contains a short series of invocations of God, beginning with a threefold Kyriefollowed by invocations of God the Father of Heaven, the Son who redeemed the world, the Holy Spiritand the Holy Trinity. Ut animas nostras, fratrum, propinquorum et benefactorum nostrorum ab aeterna damnatione eripias, R. Actiones nostras, quaesumus, Domine, aspirando praeveni et adiuvando prosequere: Exaudiat nos omnipotens et misericors Dominus.
Omnes Sancti et Sanctae Dei, R. Translated and edited by Philip T. Saint Catherine of Siena. Et clamor meus ad te veniat. Sancta Trinitas, unus Deus, R.