Catholic prayers for school include "A Prayer for Our School," "A Prayer for Children and Teachers," "A Short Prayer of Thanksgiving" and "A Short School Prayer." All four prayers thank God for the gift of the school.
The most common Roman Catholic prayers are those spoken during the Order of Mass, including the Confiteor, Gloria, the Nicene Creed and Our Father. Other prayers recited during Mass may change according to the rites performed or the time of year.
Some Roman Catholic saint names are St. Augustine of Hippo, St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Cecilia, St. Gianna Molla and St. Pope John Paul II. These saints span from the early days of the Church to the beginning of the third millennium A.D.
There is a specific Catholic prayer called Prayer for the Dead that adherents to the religion recite to mourn the passing of loved ones. Our Catholic Prayers offers several other prayers Catholics can say after suffering a loss.
John XV began the first official canonization process, before which sainthood was only granted through common belief. Saint Ulrich of Augsburg became the first official canonized saint, followed by more than 10,000 saints through the centuries.
Ten prayers to Saint Anne can be found on EWTN.com, including a daily prayer to Saint Anne, as well as a collection of nine days' worth of daily prayers. The daily prayers are all addressed to Saint Anne, although some additionally refer to her grandson, who was Jesus.
The Catholic tradition includes many prayers for healing, but one special example is the Prayer to St. Peregrine for healing from cancer. St. Peregrine is the patron saint of those who suffer from cancer, AIDS and other serious illnesses.