Daily Prayers with the Saints
Experience the friendship and spiritual guidance of hundreds of saints, one for each day of the year.
Is this book for you?
If you desire to grow in holiness, the prayers given here will point you in the right direction, and the saints will lead you by the hand and never let go!
What do you need prayer support for? Find a Saint to pray with you!
Need spiritual guidance? Find Saints according their patronages!
What’s your birthday? Or anniversary? Find a Saint and a prayer for that day!
Or read one prayer a day all year long!
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Here’s a sample from the book:
About the Author:
While growing up Protestant, Terry Modica developed a relationship with Jesus. After the Holy Spirit led her to the Catholic Church, she struggled for several years to understand what role Mary and the saints should have in her life. Then, she experienced a miraculous overnight devotion to the Blessed Mother. Soon after, she began to read about the saints: starting with Padre Pio, St. Frances and St. Clare, and then St. Teresa of Avila. Through studying their lives, these residents of Heaven have become, in a way, her spiritual directors and close friends.
Terry Modica wrote this devotional handbook, because: “Those who love you for His sake…will never desert you.” (St. Teresa, The Way of Perfection, Chap. IX, 3). This book was inspired by the love that saints have for us. They will come to our aid when we need prayer support and encouragement.
“Already my book is helping! I sent the prayer to Saint Alexius (patron saint of the homeless, July 17) to a friend whose ex-husband was homeless, and a day later he had a home to live in! Praise the Lord and thank you Saint Alexius!” (Terry Modica, August 26, 1999, while writing the book.)