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Infant Of Prague Prayer For Financial Help

Infant Of Prague Prayer For Financial Help

Dear Infant of Prague, Oh, Little Infant of Prague, you have always heard the prayers of those who love and trust you. I beg of you to look down with compassion on my poor soul. I promise to honor you all the days of my life if you will grant my present petition. Help me with your intercession before the throne of God. (Mention your request here.) Help me to live as a good Christian ought so that I may one day share eternal happiness with God in heaven. Amen.”

Oh, Little Infant of Prague, you have always heard the prayers of those who love and trust you. I beg of you to look down with compassion on my poor soul. I promise to honor you all the days of my life if you will grant my present petition. Help me with your intercession before the throne of God. (Mention your request here.) Help me to live as a good Christian ought so that I may one day share eternal happiness with God in heaven. Amen.

O little Infant of Prague, you have always heard the prayers of those who love and trust in you. I beg of you to look down with compassion on my poor soul. I promise to honor you all the days of my life if you will grant my present petition.

Dear Lord, help me with your intercession before the throne of God. (Mention your request here.) Help me to live as a good Christian ought so that I may one day share eternal happiness with God in heaven. Amen!

Say this prayer for financial help

  • Say this prayer:

Lord, have mercy on me, a sinner.

  • Say it every day for financial help for yourself or your family.
  • Say it with faith and hope that you will receive what you ask for.
  • Pray with love for the Lord and his infinite goodness toward all mankind.
  • Pray humbly, acknowledging your own weaknesses (e.g., “Forgive my sins…”).
  • Pray gratefully for all the gifts God has given you already (e.g., “Thank you, Lord…”).

As a Catholic, the Infant of Prague is believed to have been born in Bohemia in the 14th century. According to legend, he was stabbed through his abdomen by an assassin’s knife and died of his wounds on Christmas Eve. His body was buried at St. James’ Church in Prague, where people began to visit it for healing purposes.

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