The prayer cards below can be used in a variety of ways: print the cards, cut them out and stick them back-to-back or use the uploaded file (click on the cards) on your device.
Light a candle .
Place the cards around the candle.
Make the sign of the cross, ask everyone to close their eyes and be still for a moment.
Invite each member of the family to choose a card.
Take turns to read the scripture reading, followed by the prayer.
Ask the family is there anyone else they would like to pray for?
Finish by praying the ‘Our Father.’
Let us ask Mary to look after our families at this very special time in our lives.
The Rosary prayer cards below can be used in a variety of ways: print the cards, cut them out and stick them back-to-back or use the uploaded file (click on the cards) on your device.
Start by announcing the first Mystery followed by Our Father…
Read the front of the card and the prayer on the reverse followed by either 1, 3 or 5 Hail Mary…
Finish with Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit,
as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.
Repeat this for each Mystery (there are 5 Mysteries in each section).
Take it in turns to lead the prayers.
The Rosary is a special prayer we can say in many different ways.
Some families pray a decade (10 Hail Mary…) of the Rosary together.
Other families manage only one Hail Mary… together.
Some families have a tradition of praying the whole Rosary together.
You are the parent and you choose what works best for your children based on their ages and your time.
For more prayer ideas from the Archdiocese of Liverpool please follow the link below:
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WORLD BOOK DAY
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