A litany, which, in its original Greek means a "supplication" or "petition," was used for a wide range of liturgical occasions, as well as for penitential processions, for visiting the sick and the dying, and for private devotion.
Litany for Liberty (en español)
The Litany for Liberty reminds us to live out our faith in the freedom we have as children of God.
Litany for Life
This litany is based on 1 Corinthians 12:31-13:8a that reminds us of the power of God's love throughout the struggles of this life.
Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of Life
In the Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of Life, we ask Mary to pray for us as we journey through the joys and sorrows of life.
Litany of the Holy Name of Jesus
In the Litany of the Holy Name of Jesus, we proclaim the many names by which Jesus has been known to the faithful throughout history.
Litany of the Most Precious Blood
The Litany of the Most Precious Blood focuses on the real presence of Jesus Christ in the precious Blood. It can be prayed on the Feast of Corpus Christi or any Eucharistic feast.
Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
The Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is a deep reflection on the compassion, wisdom, justice, and strength of the Heart of Jesus.
Litany of Saint Joseph
In the Litany of Saint Joseph, we invoke the most chaste Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the foster father and Guardian of the Redeemer, and patron saint of the Universal Church.