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Daily Prayers with the Saints

for the New Millennium

The digital version of the book
by Terry A. Modica

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When you place your order, your receipt will immediately give you a link to download the PDF file. At 106 pages, you might not want to print it. The soft-cover printed book version is still available from Queenship Publishers and from Catholic bookstores.

If you buy the digital version (PDF format), you can read it on your computer or mobile device; the e-book includes bookmarks to easily jump to any month.

Do you want more prayer power?
Would you like to grow in holiness?

"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, on 8/26/99, while writing the book)

You can use this book to experience the friendship and spiritual guidance of hundreds of saints, one for each day of the year. 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!

Would this book be helpful to you or a loved one?

  • Use the index to look up what you need prayer support for and find a Saint to pray with you.
  • Look up Saints and find their patronages and spiritual guidance.
  • Look up a date to find a Saint and prayer for that day.
  • Give it to a candidate in RCIA as a gift for their spiritual journey and for help in finding a Patron Saint for their Confirmation name.

Here's a sample from the book:

January 1
Mary, Mother of God (blessing the New Year)

Heavenly Father, You blessed the Virgin Mary with the fullness of grace. She is my model of faith, hope, and love. I give this new year to her intercession and ask for her holy prayers. Place my needs into the protection of her motherly love. With her help, I want my faith to grow. Give me an increase in the virtue of hope when troubles tempt me to despair. Guide me in understanding Your infinite love. And join my heart, dear Lord, to the Holy Mother's Immaculate Heart, so that I may improve in loving everyone unconditionally, in imitation of my Savior Jesus. Amen.

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.

"Those who love you for His sake...will never desert you," says St. Teresa (The Way of Perfection, Chap. IX, 3). Inspired by the awareness that the saints love us and care about us beyond all measure, and that they will come to our aid when we need prayer support and encouragement, Terry Modica wrote this devotional handbook.

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