"All we can do is worth nothing
blesses the deed;
Vainly we hope
for the harvest-tide
to the seed;
Yet nearer and nearer draws the time,
that shall surely be
When the earth shall be filled with the glory
As the waters cover the sea."
To the regular family
which we say during the Easter
we add the following:
Praise the Lord; for He is good.
His mercy endures forever.
We beseech Thee, Almighty God,
that because of our afflictions
we may rely on Thy goodness,
and with Thy protection may be defended against all adversities.
And I say to you;
ask, and it shall be given to you;
seek, and you shall find;
knock, and it shall be opened to you.
For everyone who asks, receives;
and he who seeks, finds;
and to him who knocks, it shall be opened.
Rogation Days mean: Days of prayer, and formerly also of fasting, instituted by the Church to appease God's anger
at man's transgressions, to ask protection in calamities, and to obtain a good
and bountiful harvest, known in England as "Gang Days" and "Cross Week", and in Germany
as Bittage, Bittwoche, Kreuzwoche. The Rogation Days
were highly esteemed in England and King Alfred's laws considered a theft
committed on these days equal to one committed on Sunday
or a higher Church Holy Day. Their celebration continued even to the thirteenth year of Elizabeth, 1571, when one of the ministers of the Established Church inveighed against the Rogation processions, or Gang Days, of Cross Week. The ceremonial
may be found in the Council of Clovesho (Thorpe, Ancient Laws, I, 64; Hefele, Conciliengeschichte, III, 564).
The Rogation Days
are the 25th of April, called Major, and the three days before the feast of the Ascension, called Minor.
Prayer of Praise and Thanks
The Prayer, The Golden Sequence
The Prayer, to Jordan's Water
The Prayer, Majestic Queen of Heaven
The Prayer, O Queen of Heaven
The Prayer, O Saving Victim
The Prayer, Spiritual Armor of Prayer
The Prayer, of They Tender Mercy, We Beseech Thee
The Prayer, Very Bread, Good Shepherd, Tend Us.
The Prayer, We Fly to Thy Patronage
Prayers between Ascension and Pentecost
Prayers for Christian Unity # 2
Prayers for Christian Unity # 3
Prayers for the Holy Souls
Praying the Holy Rosary
Praying the Holy Rosary
Remind Me, Lord
The Prayer Renewal of Confirmation (By Rev. Bernard Stokes, O.F.M.)
Rite of Eucharistic - Reposition
Rogation Day Prayers
The Prayer Rorate Caeli
The Prayer the Royal Banners Forward Go
Prayer to the Sacred Heart When the Clock Strikes
The Salve Regina
Shrove Tuesday Prayer
The Splendor of Truth
The Prayer Stabat Mater Dolorosa
Sub Tuum Praesidum
Take From Me My Heart of Stone
The Prayer Te Deum
Te Deum Laudamus
Throw Your Cares On the Lord
Veni Creator # 1
Veni Creator # 1
Veni Creator # 2
Visit to a Picture of the Sacred Heart
The Prayer Whatsoever You Do
When in Desolation
Prayer when using Holy Water
Prayer When Using Holy Water
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Almighty and loving Father,
I thank you for giving St. Gerard to us
as a most appealing model and powerful friend.
By his example,
he showed us how to love and trust You.
You have showered many blessings
on those who call upon him.
For Your greater glory and my welfare,
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