Litany Of Jesuit
+Attila Mikloshazy, SJ. 
|Lord, have mercy
Christ, have mercy
Lord, have mercy
|Lord, have mercy.
Christ, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.
|God the Father of heaven
God the Son, Redeemer of the world
God the Holy Spirit
Holy Trinity, one God
|Have mercy on us.
|Holy Mary [12
Holy Mother of God [1 Jan]
Mother and Queen of the Society of Jesus [22 Apr]
Our Lady of the Way [23 May]
|Pray for us.
|St. John the Baptist [24
St. Joseph [19 March]
Sts. Peter and Paul [29 June]
Loyola, Founder of Soc.of Jesus (1556) (3)
St. Francis Xavier, Patron of missions (1552) [3 Dec]
Bl. Peter Favre (1546) [2 Aug]]
St. Stanislaus Kostka, novice (1568) [13 Nov]
Bl. Ignatius Azevedo and Companions, Brazilian martyrs (1570) [19 Jan]
St. Francis Borgia, Superior General (1572) [3 Oct]
St. Edmund Campion, martyr in England (1581) [1 Dec]
Bl. Rudolph Aquaviva and Companions, martyrs in India (1583) [4 Feb]
St. Aloysius Gonzaga, scholastic, victim of plague (1591) [21 June]
Bl. James Sales and William Saltemouche, martyrs in France (1593) [19 Jan]
St. Robert Southwell and Comp., martyrs in England (1595-1649) [1 Dec]
St. Peter Canisius, doctor of the Church (1597) [27 Apr]
Bl. Joseph Anchieta, priest in Brazil (1597) [9 June]
Sts. Paul Miki, John de Goto, James Kisai, martyrs in Japan, (1597) [6 Feb]
Bl. Dominic Collins, martyr in Ireland (1602) [30 Oct]
St. John Ogilvie, martyr in Scotland (1615) [14 Oct]
St. Bernardine Realino, folk-missionary in Italy (1616) [1 July]
St. Alphonsus Rodriguez, brother in Spain (1617) [31 Oct]
Bl. Francis Pacheco, Charles Spinola and Comp.,
martyrs in Japan (1617-1632) [4 Feb]St. Melchior Grodecz and Stephen Pongacz, martyrs in Hungary
(1619) [7 Sept]St. Robert Bellarmine, bishop and doctor of the Church (1621) [17 Sept]
St. John Berchmans, scholastic (1621) [26 Nov]
Sts. Roch Gonzalez, Alphonsus Rodriguez and
John del Castillo, martyrs in Paraguay (1628) [16 Nov]St. John Francis Regis, folk-missionary in France (1640) [1 July]
Sts. John de Brebeuf, Isaac Jogues and Comp.,
martyrs in North America (1642-1649) [19 Oct]Bl.Andreas de Soveral @ Didacus Carvalho, martyrs in Brazil
(1645) [16 July]St. Peter Claver, apostle of the African slaves in Colombia (1654) [9 Sept]
St. Andrew Bobola, martyr in Poland (1657) [16 May]
Bl. Diego Aloysius de San Vitore, martyr in Oceania (1672) [6 Oct]
St. Claude de la Colombiere, apostle of Sacred Heart devotion (1682) [15 Feb]
Bl. Julian Maunoir, folk-missionary in Bretagne (1683) [1 July]
St. John de Brito, martyr in India (1693) [4 Feb]
St. Francis de Hieronymo, folk-missionary in Naples (1716) [1 July]
Bl. Anthony Baldinucci, folk-missionary in Italy (1717) [1 July]
Bl. James Bonnaud and Comp., martyrs in France (1792) [19 Jan]
St. Joseph Pignatelli , superior in Italy, (1811) [14 Nov]
Bl. James Berthieu, martyr in Madagascar (1890) [4 Feb]
Sts. Leon Ignace Mangin, Paul Denn, Modeste Andlauer,
Remi Isoré, martyrs in China, (1900) [28 Sept]Bl. Jan Beyzyn, missionary in Madagascar (1912) [?]
Bl. Miguel Augustine Pro, martyr in Mexico (1927) [23 Nov]
Bl. Francis Garate, brother in Spain (1929) [10 Sept]
St. Joseph Rubio, apostle of Madrid (1929) [4 May]
Bl.Thomas Sitjar Fortia, and 11 Comp., martyrs in Spain (1936) [22 Sept]
Bl. Rupert Mayer, apostle of Munich, Germany (1945) [3 Nov]
Bl. Alberto Hurtado Cruchaga, priest in Chile (1952) [18 Aug]
All the Saints and Blessed of the Society of Jesus [6 Nov]
|Pray for us.
|-- That we may serve faithfully beneath the
banner of the Cross as soldiers of the Lord in the Society which is designated
by the name of Jesus, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may serve the Lord alone and His Vicar on earth, the Holy Father, in the spirit of the "sensus ecclesiae" we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may strive always for the defense and propagation of faith, and for the progress of the people in Christian life and doctrine, as well as for the promotion of justice for all, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may campaign for God under the faithful obedience of the Holy Father, willing to go at once, without subterfuge or excuse, for wherever he sends us, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may be prompt in carrying out our mission, being clad for battle day and night, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may become men who are thoroughly humble and prudent in Christ, we pray to the Lord.
-- That the personal love of Christ may unite in us the dialectics of prayer and action, the perfecting of ourselves and of others, the use of natural and supernatural means, unity and pluralism, our efforts and trust in God, poverty and the use of effective apostolic means, local dedication and universalism, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may acquire the "sensus Christi", as St.Paul, and live as Christ lived, so that people may see Christ in us, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may be indifferent, ready and available towards the "magis", to serve in the spirit of obedience, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may be truly "catholic", keeping the interest of the Church and of the whole Society before the local interests of the Province, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may be immune from worldly interest, giving freely what we received, working hard, and ready to go anywhere, we pray to the Lord.
-- That the love of Christ may join and keep us together in this "least" Society, which is a community for the apostolate, and give us a keen "sense of the Society" (sensus Societatis), we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may have the sensitivity and appreciation for human values, and solidarity with the poor and downtrodden, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may become disciplined, well--formed servants of the Lord, with sound mind and objectivity, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may live with and love the whole concrete Church, the Spouse of Christ and our Mother, hierarchical and lay, official and charismatic, lovingly serving it in spite of its human shortcomings, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may be truly "the least Society", serving rather than dominating, collaborating with others, even anonymously and with simplicity, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may learn the discernment of the spirits, by being in constant colloquium with the Lord, and having the supernatural sense of knowing the will of God, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may excel in obedience, be chaste in our conduct, living only for Christ Our Lord, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may seek and find God in everything, loving Him in all things and all things in Him, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may fix our eyes always on Jesus, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may acquire the true "sensus ecclesiae" and be faithful in obedience and love to the Holy Father, we pray to the Lord.
-- That the horizon of our vision may embrace the whole world, so that we may work to make all people one in the fullness of Christ, we pray to the Lord.
-- That our hearts may be inflamed with the fire Christ came to spread on earth, so that under the guidance of his representatives we may give ourselves heart and soul to enkindling this fire of love, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may be guided in all things by a right intention, so that in our work we may seek nothing but the honor and service of our God and Lord, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may become instruments in the hand of God, closely united with him through faith and love, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may be clothed in your garments of poverty and humiliation, even if we should seem fools in the eyes of the world, just that we may never betray your friendship, we pray to the Lord.
-- That we may work at our task with untiring zeal and a generous heart, so that we may come to know how far your generosity exceeds our own, we pray to the Lord.
Let us pray. -
Lord God, Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, you call us to your service though you know how weak we are. Help us to be good soldiers of Christ under the banner of the his cross. Bring to perfection the work you have begun in St. Ignatius and so many of his followers, now acclaimed as saints and blessed. We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen
(For private use, with episcopal permission.
Toronto, Jan.1, 2000,
+Attila Mikloshazy, SJ.)
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