Catholic Prayer For Lost Things

If you have lost something, the faithful conclusion is that it was stolen from you. No matter how hard we look for the thing, we cannot find it. This will leave us disheartened and completely befuddled. We could waste our time in bickering and quarreling with other members of our household, but this does not help at all.

Catholic Prayer For Lost Things

O Holy St. Anthony, gentlest of Saints, your love for God and Charity for His creatures made you worthy of possessing supernatural powers while on earth. Encouraged by this concept, I beg you to get…

O gentle and compassionate St. Anthony, whose heart was always full of human sympathy, speak my supplication into the ears of the precious Infant Jesus, who loved to be nestled in your arms; and my heart’s thankfulness will be yours forever. Amen.

Father in Heaven,

Are you able to see me? Can you hear what I’m saying? Do you know who I am?

I’m hoping you can hear this prayer since I’m not sure I can right now. Too often, I talk, yet no one hears. Even when I scream, no one hears me. My faith is now shaken. My faith is a mess. How could I have felt so close to you yesterday but now find it difficult to believe?

I used to have faith, but now I’m skeptical.

I want to believe in you, Lord. I want to believe. Please assist my skepticism. Remind me of all your wonderful deeds, both in my own life and in the lives of people around me. Remind me of your love and care, your provision, and your tremendous wonders, which I see every day but fail to see.

God, I know how I feel, but it’s not the truth. I require your assistance. Despite my reservations, I want to believe. Despite my difficulties, I want to believe. Please assist my skepticism.

Amen.

Catholic Prayer For Lost Things

O blessed St. Anthony,
the grace of God has made you a powerful advocate
in all our needs and the patron
for the restoring of things lost or stolen.
I turn to you today with childlike love and deep confidence.
You have helped countless children of God
to find the things they have lost,
material things, and, more importantly,
the things of the spirit: faith, hope, and love.
I come to you with confidence;
help me in my present need.
I recommend what I have lost to your care,
in the hope that God will restore it to me,
if it is His holy Will.

Amen.

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