Beautifully illustrated and handsomely bound. A Book of Prayers for the New Evangelization of the World
Prayers prayed by the first Christians
Prayers prayed throughout the centuries
Prayers of the Modern Era by Saints such as John Paul the Great
A book of catechesis for those who want to grow in their Faith
and come close to God in daily prayer.
To re-evangelize those who are Christian in name but not in
heart who wish to increase their knowledge and understanding
of the Catholic Faith.
“This prayer book introduces us into real communion with Jesus
and His mystery”. His Excellency, F. B. Henry, Bishop of Calgary
“One of the great services that we can do as Christians is to preserve the richness of our tradition, especially in the area of prayer. In this handsome volume Oremus, Let Us Pray, this service has been rendered. And all of us are the beneficiaries of this book of prayers. What a great gift here for us and for generations to come”.
Robert F. Morneau, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus, Diocese of Green Bay, WI
“I found the Oremus, Let Us Pray prayer book to be most helpful in my prayer life. We need both formal, written prayers and meditation in our prayer lives, and I found the ‘Meditation Before the Blessed Sacrament’ to be a good starting point for conversation with Our Lord.”
Rev. Father Mark Mary, MFVA, Host of Life on the Rock, EWTN
“We have found the Oremus, Let Us Pray, prayer book very helpful. Especially when one is out and away from our daily schedule and you need just a bit of time to recharge yourself spiritually. This prayer book is compact enough to take anywhere with you. We highly recommend it for all.”
Carmelite Sisters D.C.J., St. Catharines, ON
“This beautiful book of prayers is exceptionally unique. The prayers accompanied by Catholic teaching advances our journey to God.”
Monsignor Francis A. Coady, P.H., Archdiocese of St. John’s, NL
FROM THE PUBLISHER
This prayer book Oremus, Let Us Pray, is the fruit of our consecration and we pray many souls will come close to God in daily prayer. May it be an aid to the new evangelization under the patronage of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Lillian Oliver and Carole Whitty