A Parent's Prayer for Children

>> Monday, December 14, 2009

Here's a prayer for children which I adapted from Catholic Online, for use by the Sto. Nino group. This is a prayer of parents for their children. As parents, it is essential that we teach our children how to pray so that they may grow to have a deep faith in God.

You can also adapt this according to your preference and use your own words. Allow the Holy Spirit to move you and you have a very beautiful and powerful prayer that is coming from the heart.

Prayer for The Children

O Senor Sto. Nino, we commend our children unto thee,
those who are present here before you namely (state name of children)
and those who are in the comfort of their homes.
Grant Senor Sto. Nino, that they may grow
to serve you, love you and know you.
Protect them always from harm, evil and sickness
and watch over them as they grow.
Strengthen them to overcome the corruptions of the world,
to resist all solicitations to evil,
whether from within or without;
and deliver them from the secret snares of the enemy.
Pour Thy grace into their hearts,
and confirm and multiply in them
the gifts of Your Holy Spirit,
that they may daily grow in grace
and in the knowledge of You;
and so, faithfully serve You here,
and may they come to rejoice in Your presence hereafter.

O Senor Sto. Nino, who has given unto us these children,
and committed them to our charge to bring them up for Thee,
and to prepare them for eternal life:
help us with Thy heavenly grace, that we, as parents,
may be able to fulfill this most sacred duty and stewardship.
Teach us what to give and what to withhold;
when to reprove and when to forbear;
make us to be gentle, yet firm;
considerate and watchful;
and deliver us equally from the weakness of indulgence,
and the excess of severity;
and grant that, both by word and example,
we may be careful to lead them in the ways of wisdom
and true piety, so that at last we may, with them,
be admitted to the unspeakable joys of our true home in heaven,
in the company of the blessed Angels and Saints.

Source: http://www.catholic.org/prayers/prayer.php?p=71

5 beautiful reactions:

sydney wedding venues December 31, 2009 at 5:24 AM  

Very Nice.Children as a rule have much less complicated lives and faiths, so it only makes sense that their prayers would be heard even before those of adults. Do I know this to be true? No. It just makes sense that it would be. They do have at least the same power, as Jesus Christ Himself, as you know, wanted children to be brought to Him.

Animal Trainer January 2, 2010 at 10:42 AM  

it's amazing! Really touching my heart........

Ven Francis February 11, 2010 at 1:32 PM  

hello kikams...

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Just checking out the BC Bloggers Participants. The list would be given out tomorrow. Paula WAHM sa Pinas

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