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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Christ, have mercy upon us. From Thy wrath, R. O Son of God. Thou art my helper and deliverer, R. The Lord preserve him and keep him alive, that he may be blessed upon earth; and deliver not thou him into the will of his enemies. Ut domum Apostolicum et omnes ecclesiasticos ordines in sancta religione conservare digneris, R. Per mortem et sepulturam tuam, R. Through the mystery of Thy holy Incarnation, R.

Ab ira et odio et omni mala voluntate, R. And with Thy spirit.

Litany of the Saints

Ut mentes nostras ad caelestia desideria erigas, R. O Christ, hear us. O God, Whose property is always to have mercy and to spare, receive our petition; that we and all Thy liraniae who are bound by the chain of sin may, by the compassion of Thy goodness mercifully be absolved.


Omnes sancti discipuli Domini, R. But if the font is not blessed i. Domine ad adiuvandum me festina.

Litaniae Sanctorum

From everlasting death, R. The names of the saints follow:.

Per Dominum nostrum Iesum Christum. Et fidelium animae liraniae misericordiam Dei requiescant in pace. O Lord, hear my prayer. Saint Ignatius of Loyola.

From the scourge of earthquake, R.

Litaniae Sanctorum (Litany of the Saints / Litanie dei Santi) –

That it may please thee to endue our hearts with heavenly desires. God, the Son, the Redeemer of the world, R. A commercially published setting of the Litany of Saints by John Becker [12] includes the name of Origen among its additional saints.

The fourth section includes a list of petitions ending te rogamus audi nos we beseech you to hear us from which the appropriate prayers can be chosen for a particular occasion, but always ending with petitions for the whole church, for the ministers of the Church, for the lay faithful and for all humanity.

Christian Burial, Exorcism, Reserved Blessings, etc. Grant, O Lord, we pray thee, that the fire of thy Holy Ghost may in such wise cleanse our reins and our hearts: Sancte Iacobe maiorR.

Even though we be sinners. Saint Catherine of Siena. From the peril of earthquake, fire, and flood. That Thou wouldst deliver our souls and the souls of our brethren, relations and benefactors from eternal damnation, R.


Ut nobis parcas, R. A Vatican recommendation [10] issued in proposes that the Litany can be appropriately used for the beginning of the Mass of the First Sunday of Lent, to offer a distinguishing mark for the beginning of Lent.

O LORD, make no long tarrying. Ut Ecclesiam tuam sanctam regere et conservare digneris, R.

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That it may please thee to spare us. Within each category, men are listed in chronological sanctorhm, followed by women, also in chronological order. All ye holy Martyrs. A severely abbreviated form of the litany is given in the official text for the Rite of Baptism of Children. But let all those who seek Thee: And let my cry come unto thee. Let us pray for the faithful departed.

Through Thy wondrous Ascension, R. The Litany is a call to remember those who have gone before us and to ask their intercession. It is a prayer to the Triune Godwhich also includes invocations for the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Marythe Angels and all the martyrs and saints upon whom Christianity was founded, and those recognised as saints through the subsequent history of the church.

O God the Father of heaven.