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Prayer for the glorification of the Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta

Prayer For the Glorification of the Servant of God

Luisa Rosery



Oh august and Most Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit,

we praise and thank You for the gift of the holiness of Your faithful servant

Luisa Piccarreta.

She lived, Oh Father, in Your Divine Will, becoming under the action

of the Holy Spirit, in conformity with Your Son,

obedient even to the death on the cross, victim and host pleasing to You,

thus cooperating in the work of Redemption of mankind.

Her virtues of obedience, humility, supreme love for Christ and the Church,

lead us to ask You for the gift of her glorification on earth,

 so that Your Glory may shine before all, and Your Kingdom of truth, justice and love,

 may spread all over the world in the particular charisma of the

Fiat Voluntas tua sicut in Caelo et in terra. 

We appeal to her merits to obtain from You, Most Holy Trinity the particular grace

for which we pray to You with the intention to fulfill Your Divine Will.  Amen.

+Archbishop Givoan Battista Pichierri

Three Glory be,

Our Father

Queen of all Saints, pray for us.

  Trani, October 29, 2005


Prayer for the Beatification of the Servant of God


O Most Holy Trinity, Our Lord Jesus Christ taught us that, as we pray we should ask that our Father’s Name be always glorified,

that His Will be done on earth and that His Kingdom should come to reign among us.

In our great desire to make known this Kingdom of love, justice and peace we humbly ask that You glorify Your Servant Luisa,

the Little Daughter of the Divine Will who, with her constant prayer and suffering,

deeply yearned for the salvation of souls and
the coming of God’s Kingdom in the world.

Following her example, we pray to You, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, to help us joyfully embrace the crosses

of this world so that we may also glorify Your Name and enter into the Kingdom of Your Will.


Prayer written and authorizied by: Curia of the Archidiocese of Trani-Nazareth, Italy

+ Carmelo Cassati Archbishop

Trani, Italy – Solemnity of Christ the King

20 November 1994

PRAYERS to implore the beatification of the Servant of God



O Most Sacred Heart of my Jesus, who chose your humble Servant LUISA as the herald of the Kingdom of your Divine Will and the angel of reparation for the countless sins that grieve your Divine Heart, I humbly pray you to grant me the grace that through her intercession I implore of your Mercy, so that she may be glorified on earth as you have rewarded her in Heaven.

Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be.


O Divine Heart of my Jesus who gave to your humble Servant LUISA as a victim of your Love the strength to suffer all her life the spasms of your painful Passion, grant that for your greatest glory the halo of the blesseds may shine around her head. And through her intercession grant me the grace that I humbly implore of you…

Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be.


O Merciful Heart of my Jesus who, for the salvation and sanctification of so many souls, deigned to preserve for long years on earth your humble Servant LUISA, your little Daughter of the Divine Will, hear my prayer: that she may be glorified by your holy Church without delay. And through her intercession, grant me the grace that I humbly beseech of you…

Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be.

Nulla osta:

Trani, 27 November 1948


Prayer on the holy picture (with relic) printed immediately after Luisa Piccarreta’s death with the authorization of Archbishop Reginaldo Addazi O.P.



O Immaculate Mother, Queen of our Country, open our hearts, our homes, and our Land to the coming of Jesus, your Divine Son. With Him, reign over us, O heavenly Lady, so pure and so bright with the radiance of God’s light shining in and about you. Be our Leader against the powers of evil set upon wresting the world of souls, redeemed at such a great cost by the sufferings of your Son and of yourself, in union with Him, from that same Savior, Who loves us with infinite charity.

We gather about you, O chaste and holy Mother, Virgin Immaculate, Patroness of our beloved Land, determined to fight under your banner of holy purity against the wickedness that would make all the world an abyss of evil, without God and without your loving maternal care.

We consecrate our hearts, our homes, our Land to your Most Pure Heart, O great Queen, that the kingdom of your Son, our Redeemer and our God, may be firmly established in us.

We ask no special sign of you, sweet Mother, for we believe in your great love for us, and we place in you our entire confidence.

We promise to honor you by faith, love, and the purity of our lives according to your desire.

Reign over us, then, O Virgin Immaculate, with your Son Jesus Christ. May His Divine Heart and your most chaste Heart be ever enthroned and glorified among us. Use us, your children of America, as your instruments in bringing peace among men and nations. Work your miracles of grace in us, so that we may be a glory to the Blessed Trinity, Who created, redeemed, and sanctifies us.

May your valiant Spouse, St. Joseph, with the holy Angels and Saints, assist you and us in “renewing the face of the earth.”

Then when our work is over, come, Holy Immaculate Mother, and as our Victorious Queen, lead us to the eternal kingdom, where your Son reigns forever as King. Amen (200 days)

Written at the behest of Our Lady, October 5, 1956.

              Nihil Obstat:-Daniel Pilarczyk, S.T.D.

         Imprimatur:-†Paul F. Leibold, V.G.

Cincinnati, January 25, 1963

Our Lady of America

In the famous heavenly apparitions to Sister Mildred Neuzil, St Joseph said to her: …Mine was perfect obedience to the Divine Will and it was shown and made known to me by the Jewish law and religion. To be careless in this is most displeasing to God and will be severely punished in the next world…”.

Pope Shares Vision of a Better Earth

Pope Shares Vision of a Better Earth

Draws Lesson on Conformity to God’s Will From Christ’s Prayer in Gethsemane

By Kathleen Naab

VATICAN CITY, FEB. 1, 2012 ( Benedict XVI says that earth can become a place of love, goodness, truth and beauty if the will of God is done here, as it is in heaven.

The Pope made this reflection as he spoke today at the general audience about Christ’s prayer in Gethsemane, saying that “nowhere else in sacred Scripture do we gain so deep an insight into the inner mystery of Jesus as in the prayer on the Mount of Olives.”

“In Jesus’ prayer to the Father on that terrible and wondrous night of Gethsemane, ‘earth’ became ‘heaven’; the ‘earth’ of his human will, shaken by fear and anguish, was assumed by the divine will, so that the will of God might be accomplished on earth,” the Holy Father said.

He added that this is “important for our prayer as well.”

“We must learn to entrust ourselves more and more to divine Providence, to ask God to conform our wills to his,” the Pontiff stated. “It is a prayer that we must make daily, because it is not always easy to entrust ourselves to God’s will, to repeat the ‘yes’ of Jesus, the ‘yes’ of Mary.”

True man

The Holy Father explained the stages of Christ’s prayer in the garden, noting how “Jesus ‘alone’ turns to the Father.”

“The Evangelist Mark tells us that, ‘going a little farther, he fell on the ground and prayed that, if it were possible, the hour might pass from him’ (14:35). Jesus falls face to the ground: It is the prayer posture that expresses obedience to the Father’s will — a total, trusting abandonment to him. […]

“Jesus continues by asking the Father that, if it were possible, this hour might pass from him. This is not only the fear and anguish of a man faced with death; it is the inner turmoil of the Son of God, who sees the terrible flood of evil that he must take upon himself in order to overcome it, to deprive it of its power.”

Benedict XVI said this is a lesson for our prayer: “[W]e too must be capable of bringing before God our struggles, the suffering of certain situations, of certain days, the daily undertaking of following him, of being Christians, and also the weight of evil that we see within ourselves and around us, so that he may give us hope, that he may make us feel his closeness and give us a little light on the path of life.”

The Holy Father reflected on Jesus’ own struggle, as he — unlike Adam and Eve — “draws the human will back to its full ‘yes’ to God. […] His human will is drawn into the ‘I’ of the Son, who abandons himself totally to the Father.”

“Thus,” the Pope said, “Jesus tells us that it is only in conforming one’s own will to the divine will that the human being attains his true greatness, that he becomes ‘divine’; it is only by going out of himself — only in his ‘yes’ to God — that the desire of Adam and of us all is fulfilled — that of being completely free. This is what Jesus accomplishes in Gethsemane: by placing the human will within the divine will the true man is born, and we are redeemed.”