Morning Offering from the Apostleship of Prayer:
“O Jesus, through the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I offer you my prayers, works, joys, and sufferings of this day in union with the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass throughout the world. I offer them for all the intentions of Your Sacred Heart: the salvation of souls, reparation for sin, and the reunion of all Christians. I offer them for the intentions of our bishops and of all Apostles of Prayer, and in particular for those recommended by our Holy Father this month.”
(Or) Morning offering from The Living Rosary Association of St. Philomena:
“O my God, in union with the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I offer thee the Precious Blood of Jesus from all the altars throughout the world, joining with it the offering of my every thought, word, and action of this day. I desire to gain every indulgence and merit I can, offering them, together with myself, to Mary Immaculate, whom Thou hast appointed the dispenser of the merits of Thy Precious Blood, especially by means of this Scapular (Here kiss your Brown Scapular) that she may best apply them to the interests of Thy Most Sacred Heart. Amen.”
Consecration prayer to the Virgin Mary by St. Louis de Montfort:
“I choose you today, Mary, in the presence of the heavenly court, For my Mother and Queen. I give and consecrate to you, with all submission and love, my body and my soul, my goods both interior and exterior, and even the value of my good actions, past, present and future, leaving you the entire and full right to dispose of me and everything that belongs to me, without exception, according to your good pleasure, for the greater glory of God in time and eternity.”
Prayer to St. Mary Magdalene
“Saint Mary Magdalene, who by conversion became the beloved of Jesus, thank you for your witness that Jesus forgives through the miracle of love.
You, who already possess eternal happiness in His glorious presence, please intercede for me, so that someday I may share in the same everlasting joy. Amen.”
Litany of St. Philomena, composed by St. John Vianney, the Curé of Ars (for private use only). (Fr. Paul, 1954, p. 163)
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, Have mercy on us. God, the Son, Redeemer of the world, Have mercy on us. God the Holy Ghost, Have mercy on us. Holy Trinity, One God, Have mercy on us. Holy Mary, Queen of Virgins, Pray for us. Saint Philomena, pray for us. Saint Philomena, filled with abundant graces from the cradle, Saint Philomena, model of virgins, Saint Philomena, temple of the most perfect humility, Saint Philomena, victim of the love of Christ, Saint Philomena, example of strength and perseverance, Saint Philomena, invincible athlete of chastity, Saint Philomena, mirror of most heroic virtues, Saint Philomena, firm and intrepid before torments, Saint Philomena, scourged like thy Divine Spouse, Saint Philomena, pierced by a shower of arrows, Saint Philomena, consoled in chains by the Mother of God, Saint Philomena, miraculously cured in prison, Saint Philomena, sustained by angels in the midst of tortures, Saint Philomena, who preferred humiliation and death to the splendor of a throne, Saint Philomena, who converted the witnesses of thy martyrdom, Saint Philomena, who wore out the fury of thine executioners, Saint Philomena, patroness of the innocent, Saint Philomena, patroness of youth, Saint Philomena, refuge of the unfortunate, Saint Philomena, health of the sick and infirm, Saint Philomena, new light of the Church Militant, Saint Philomena, who confounds the impiety of our age, Saint Philomena, who reanimates the faith and courage of the faithful, Saint Philomena, whose name is glorious in Heaven and terrible in Hell, Saint Philomena, illustrious by the most splendid miracles, Saint Philomena, powerful with God, Saint Philomena, who reigns in glory, Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world, Spare us O Lord. Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world, Graciously hear us O Lord. Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world, Have mercy on us. V. Pray for us, Saint Philomena, R. That we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ. Let us pray: We beseech Thee, O Lord to grant us the pardon of our sins by the intercession of Saint Philomena, virgin and martyr, who was always pleasing in Thy sight by her eminent chastity and by the profession of every virtue. Amen.
Consecration prayer to Sts. Joan of Arc and Thérèse of Lisieux (composed by Walter Emerson):
Dearest Saints Joan of Arc and Thérèse of Lisieux, we come to honor you as our spiritual sisters in the glory bestowed upon you by Our Lord Jesus Christ through the heart of His most holy Mother, Mary. We, without merit and only by the grace of Almighty God, share your spiritual blood through the fire of the most Holy Spirit, that Holy Fire that arced through time and space to light our souls in Christ, to our unspeakable joy, in kinship with you. God is good! Let us praise Him together, sisters!
However, in our equally unspeakable sadness for our sinfulness and unworthiness to share in such a magnificent honor; that is, that we should have the sublime honor of belonging to your royal household, we cry out for your patronage, your protection, your prayers, and your friendship. We humbly ask that by the power of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and through the Immaculate Heart of Mary, you walk with us and be our constant guides as we struggle on our journey to our shared homeland, the glorious Kingdom of God.
Dearest Saints Joan and Thérèse, may our hearts and souls be united with yours in Christ through the heart of our common mother, the Virgin Mary. May we all, with our earthly families, friends, and companions, come to join you and all the saints in the fullness of the true heavenly family that is our heritage through the infinite merits of Jesus, He before Whom we fall to the ground, in both holy fear and holy love, to adore.
We ask especially in these most evil and blasphemous times, that, in addition to Faith, Hope, and Love, you would obtain for us the virtues of humility and purity, the noble guardians of our treasures. May we, with your sisterly care, seek to renew our baptismal vows, to reject Satan and his evil lies, to reject the spirit of the world, and to testify daily in our thoughts, words, and deeds, to our fidelity to the Kingship of Jesus Christ in our lives.
Saints Joan and Thérèse, our sisters in Christ, we ask with true sincerity and fraternal love in our hearts that you would bring us to rest in the depths of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, our Mother, the Mother of the Church, and the Mother of God. Through your powerful assistance, may we come to the fullness of True Devotion to Mary as prescribed by our glorious brother in Christ, Saint Louis Marie de Montfort. To Jesus through Mary in the sisterly care of Saints Joan and Thérèse. Amen, so be it.
Most noble Saints Joan and Thérèse, we ask for the courage to fight bravely, even to our death, for the Holy Roman Catholic Church, the true Church of Jesus Christ, that is His Body and His Bride. May we, through the grace obtained by your constant heavenly intercession and in union with that of Mary most holy, seek joyfully to carry our crosses, joyfully to suffer in union with Jesus Christ, all that we must in order to fulfill the heavenly Father’s will. May we offer our sufferings to bring victory and joy to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, our most noble Queen. May our lives, with your help, and that we might find true freedom, be consecrated in slavery to our most glorious Queen. May we obtain, through your intercession, the grace to love our Queen with all of our heart, mind, and soul and to be willing to die for her honor.
Finally, in order to make permanent this prayer through the mindful exertion of our free will, and in order to devoutly submit ourselves to the Perfect Devotion to the Blessed Virgin given to us by Saint Louis, we likewise offer ourselves in consecration to you, Saints Joan of Arc and Thérèse of Lisieux, as our specific and particular expression of that same consecration we rightfully give to Holy Mary for the glory of her Son, Jesus Christ.
Saints Joan of Arc and Thérèse of Lisieux, we therefore set ourselves aside for you and for your mission on earth to bring souls to salvation in Christ Jesus through the Immaculate Heart Mary.
Saints Joan and Thérèse, pray for us! God is good!
The Promise of the Knights of the Dove and Rose (composed by Walter Emerson)
Out of love for Jesus Christ, true God and true man, the founder of the Holy Roman Catholic Church, and out of love for His most Holy Mother Mary, Queen, by the grace of God, of heaven and earth, I acknowledge that through the Church we have received the fullness of God’s revelation, not through our own merit, intellect, or workings but only as the result of the gift and grace of being baptized members of the one, holy, Catholic, and apostolic Church, the mystical body of Christ on earth.
I understand that these unearned graces carry the grave responsibility to share God’s love and truth with the world without compromising either love or truth. I am fully aware that my duty to faithfully, lovingly, and uncompromisingly proclaim the revelations held, by the sole authority of its Magisterium, in the treasury of the Church through its Scriptures and Traditions will often times make my journey lonely and filled with adversity.
I am willing, and I promise, to take this path, the path of the Holy Cross, to walk alone if needed, to reject the world and its evil master in a spirit of poverty, of renewal of my baptismal promises, and in consecrated slavery to the Virgin Mary with the friendship and protective patronage of St. Joan of Arc and the co-patronage of St. Thérèse of Lisieux, in order to bring Christ’s message to the world in thought, word, and deed; and, in a spirit of prayer, humility, purity, and service to the poor and the weakest, to seek union with the Sacred Heart of Jesus, without Whom we are lost.