Table of Contents
The Table of Contents above, when clicked, will provide an explanation of what is contained in that Chapter of the Prayerbook. To continue, simply click the link provided above the explanation and that Prayerbook Chapter will open. To return or exit, click the link provided at the top and bottom of the Prayerbook Chapter.
The Bible Chapter of the Prayerbook contains all of the books of the Old and New Testaments in summary or overview. The Ecumenical Councils and their chief Doctrines. The complete listing of Popes originating from St. Peter to the present. The Election of the Pope is also included. Crosses and Crucifixion contains all types of information on various forms of Crosses, Woods of the Cross and about the cruel punishment we know as Crucifixion. The Twelve Apostles including the Apostles' in Scriptures; Symbols of the Apostles' and Traditional Stories of the Apostles' deaths are also found here. A special tribute to Pope John Paul II is also provided. (top)
The Devotion Chapter of the Prayerbook includes prayers and devotions to the Blessed Virgin Mary, Divine Mercy, St. Joseph, Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Holy Spirit, the Precious Blood of Jesus and the Holy Wounds of Jesus.
How about a favorite devotion or one you want to see? (top)
The Chaplet section includes prayers to Our Lord, Our Lady, the Angels, the Saints, and the Souls in Purgatory.
Got a Chaplet that's special and want to share? Send it in. (top)
The Mass Chapter of the Prayerbook includes the Old Latin or Traditional Mass AND the Post-Vatican Two or Current Mass. The Catholic Mass and what it represents. All about the Catholic Mass.
The Pre-Vatican Two or Old Latin Mass has ALL of the Sunday and major Feastday Masses, the COMPLETE Mass, every word. The Post-Vatican Two or Current Mass has ALL of the Year Cycle Masses (A, B and C), the COMPLETE Mass, every word. All Masses are complete with calendar for each Mass Cycle.
Imagine ALL of the Sunday and major Feastday Masses as close as a click away. (top)
The Laws of God Chapter of the Prayerbook include the Commandments, the Precepts of the Church, the Sacraments, the Beatitudes and the Holy Days of Obligation. (top)
This Home Altar Chapter of the Prayerbook shows the altar I use to offer my daily prayers and devotions. Live images of the Altar are presented at the schedule of times posted and when time permits. The Liturgical Seasons of decor are also presented. (top)
The beautiful religious depictions presented in the Paintings Chapter of the Prayerbook, are but a few of the many religious offerings by the Masters includes the Obituary of Jesus. The introduction to the Sistine Chapel, once a part of the Paintings Chapter, is only available in the Prayerbook CD. (top)
The Litanies Chapter of the Prayerbook include prayers and devotions to Almighty God, Our Lord, the Child Jesus, the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Saints and Angels, and include Litanies for special needs and intentions.
Got a Litany you want to share? Send it in. (top)
The Prayer List Addition Request Chapter of the Prayerbook provides a way to request the addition of anyone or intention to my daily prayer list.
To send in your name, family or intention that is important to you, simply follow this link and send the information in. (top)
The Novenas Chapter of the Prayerbook includes nine day Novenas to Our Lord Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, the Blessed Mother, the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Saints and the Souls in Purgatory.
Got a Novena you like? Send it in. (top)
The Treasury of Prayers Chapter of the Prayerbook is the heart and soul of this religious site and includes thousands of prayers for all occasions and needs.
The Rosary, Via Matris and Way of the Cross are beautifully presented. Daily to Traditional to Morning to Special to Health to Dying, even sections devoted to the Prayers of Saints, i.e., Sts. Peregrine, Dymphna, Rita, Therese "the Little Flower;" if it's a prayer it can probably be found in this section.
Got a special prayer you like? Send it in. (top)
The Subjects of Interest Chapter of the Prayerbook contains everything you might have wanted to know about but didn't know where to find it.
Indulgences, Holy Water, Blessed Salt, Advent Wreath, Epiphany Blessing of the Home, Cremation, the Last Rites, The Seven Deadly Sins, Mass or Mass Service, even hints on how to live a good life. Many more topics are also listed.
Got an idea for a good subject of interest? Send it in. (top)
The Memorial Virtual Garden Prayerbook Chapter has been REMOVED from the prayerbook website in favor of its new standalone site Open Gate Memorials. Please make the change to your favorites and bookmark the new site. The gates are always open to this heavenly site and offers a beautiful and peaceful place to remember your loved ones. Open Gate Memorials is now the standalone website: Open Gate Memorials Press back on your browser to return to this page.
A family member or loved one can be visited and remembered at any time from any place in the world, Remember, your loved one is only a click away. (top)
The Chapter of the Prayerbook called Stories from the Bible, presents a sample of the collection by viewing Book 1. The entire collection is only available in the Prayerbook CD. Bible Stories for children of all ages. From an introduction to God, to creation, Adam and Eve, the flood, Cain and Abel; stories that may be just a faded memory brought to life in this beautiful addition to the Prayerbook CD. A must for viewing with children. The Stories from the Bible, all nineteen (19) books, are available in the Prayerbook CD. (top)
The Psalms Chapter of the Prayerbook offers prayers in which God Himself teaches us how to pray; written under the direct inspiration of the Holy Spirit, herein we have the answer to the question: "What prayers shall I say?"
To pray the Psalms, we must make the Psalms the expression of our own personal prayer-life. Several examples are provided for that purpose. Enjoy!
The entire list of Psalms, ALL 150 are provided in 5 books of Psalms. (top)
The Prayer Service Chapter of the Prayerbook explains what a prayer service is and how to set-up and conduct the service. Examples are provided to explain the preparation required to properly prepare for the prayer service. From the theme to scripture readings to creativity to reflections and meditations. All are explained in easy to understand terms and the examples provide an insight into the possible arrangement of a prayer service. (top)
The Saints Chapter of the Prayerbook lists all the Saints contained in the General Roman Calendar by month and date. An alphabetical listing is also provided. (top)
The Music of Prayerbook has been one of the most popular features of this religious site. The mix of religious music used over the years is not limited to Catholic hymns only. The reason is very simple, I like religious music irrespective of the "organized religion" that it may be prevalent in.
The files shown, in .mid format, have either been a part of the Prayerbook site over the years or they are some of my personal favorites not to forget, possibly yours. (top)