March 17th — St. Patrick
St. Patrick, “The Apostle of the Emerald Isle,” is the patron Saint of Ireland, Nigeria, Montserrat, the Archdioceses of New York, Newark, and Melbourne, and the cities of Boston (Massachusetts), Rolla (Missouri), Loíza (Puerto Rico), and Murcia (Spain). He is also the patron saint of engineers and paralegals. He is often invoked to drive away snakes and sins, and is venerated as a Saint by the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches, and recognized as a Saint by the Anglican and Lutheran Churches as well.
This prayer journal contains:
- the Lorica of St. Patrick and its history
- a biography of the saint
- a novena and prayers
- excerpts from The Confession of Saint Patrick
- beautiful classical artwork
It also contains 75 lined pages for you to record your own notes and prayer intentions.More info →
March 19th — St. Joseph
St. Jospeh, foster father of Jesus Christ and patriarch of the Holy Family, is one of the most popular Saints in Catholicism. A powerful intercessor, and popular Patron Saint, he is venerated by many individuals, families, and parishes around the world. He is the patron saint of unborn children, fathers, workers, travelers, immigrants, the Universal Church, and a happy death.
This prayer journal includes:
- a biography of St. Joseph from the Catholic Encyclopedia
- two novenas, including "St. Joseph's Cloak"
- prayers of intercession,
- meditations on St. Joseph by other saints
- beautiful classic artwork
It also has 73 lined pages for you to record your own prayer intentions.More info →
March 25th — Solemnity of the Annunciation
The Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary is a Catholic feast on March 25th that celebrates the archangel Gabriel’s annunciation that God had chosen her to become the mother of Jesus Christ. The Annunciation Prayer Journal contains a precious treasury of art and sacred devotions to deepen your connection to “The Ark of the New Covenant.”
- reflections by St. Thomas Aquinas
- reflections by St. Alphonses de Liguori
- reflections by St. Catherine of Siena
- the Litany of Loreto
- an excerpt from “The Glories of Mary” by St. Alphonses de Liguori
- a 12-day novena with mediations and reflections for each day, republished and re-typeset from the early 1900's original
- instructions on how to say the Rosary
- Marian prayers
- four popular Marian hymns
- a beautiful collection of classical artwork
- 73 lined pages to record your own notes, prayers, and prayer intentions.