St. Anthony of Padua

Litany of St. Anthony (Litany Two)

To be prayed on odd numbered days

Lord, have mercy on us.  Christ, have mercy on us.
Lord, have mercy on us, Christ, hear us. Christ, graciously hear us

God, the Father of heaven , R./ Have Mercy on Us
God, the Son, Redeemer of the world,
God, the Holy Spirit,
Holy Trinity, one God,

Holy Mary, R./ Pray for Us
Saint Anthony of Padua,
Saint Anthony, glory of the Franciscan Order,
Saint Anthony, martyr in desiring to die for Christ,
Saint Anthony, pillar of the Church,
Saint Anthony, worthy priest of God,
Saint Anthony, apostolic preacher,
Saint Anthony, teacher of truth,
Saint Anthony, terror of evil spirits,
Saint Anthony, comforter of the afflicted,
Saint Anthony, helper in necessities,
Saint Anthony, deliver of captives,
Saint Anthony, guide of the erring,
Saint Anthony, restorer of lost things,
Saint Anthony, chosen intercessor,
Saint Anthony, continuous worker of miracles

From all snares of the devil,
From pestilence, famine, and war
From eternal death, R./ Saint Anthony, deliver Us

Through the merits of Saint Anthony, R./ Saint Anthony, protect Us
Through his zeal for the conversion of sinners,
Through his desire for the crown of martyrdom,
Through his fatigues and labours,
Through his preaching and teaching,
Through his tears and penance,
Through his patience and humility,
Through his glorious death,
Through the number of his wonderful deeds,
in the day of judgement,

We sinners, R./ We beseech You, hear Us.
That You may bring us to true penance,
That You may grant us patience in our trials,
That You may assist us in our needs,
That You may grant us our petitions,
That You may kindle the fire of Your love in us,
That You may favour us with the protection and intercession
of Saint Anthony, Son of God,

Lamb of God, Who takes away the sins of the world.
Spare us, O Lord,
Lamb of God, Who takes away the sins of the world
Graciously hear us, O Lord,
Lamb of God, Wo takes away the sins of the world
Have mercy on us, O Lord.

Priest: St Antony, pray for us
All: That we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ.

Let us pray, Almighty and eternal God, You did glorify Your faithful confessor and doctor Saint Anthony with the gift of working miracles. Graciously grant that what we seek with confidence through his merits, we may surely receive through his prayers. Through Christ our Lord.