(Before entering the house and each individual room, sprinkle with holy water and say the following prayer.)
“Lord, we believe in the Word of Scripture which says:
‘If we live our lives in the light,
as He is in the light,
we are in union with one another,
and the Blood of Jesus, His son,
purifies us from all sin.’ [1 Jn. 1:7]
Therefore, we ask You, O Eternal Father,
in the Name of Your Son Jesus,
that any type of sin committed in this house,
violating the peace and sanctity of a truly Christian home,
be washed and cleansed
through the Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus
who takes away all the sin of the world,
dishonesty, hatred, and evil.
(Then, gather in a part of the house to thank the Heavenly Father in the Most Holy Name of Jesus, since all darkness and evil has left forever the residence. Then say the following prayer.)
O Heavenly Father,
we believe that the night is ending and daylight is getting close.
Therefore, we want to abandon the works of darkness
and put on the armor of the Light [Rom. 13:12].
Heavenly Father, we want to stand up,
to gird ourselves with the truth
and to be protected by the breastplate of justice,
with the shoes of the Gospel of peace on our feet,
always firmly gripping the shield of that faith
with which we are able to ward off
and extinguish the burning arrows of the evil one.
And we want to wear the helmet of the salvation of Jesus Christ
and the sword of the Holy Spirit
which is the Word of God. [Eph. 6:14-17]
Holy Father, in the Name of Our Lord Jesus,
we thank You from the bottom of our heart
because You drove away forever all darkness and evil from this house.
Lord Jesus, our Beloved Saviour,
bless this house and each one of those who live here,
so that the light of Your protective presence,
full of love and peace,
may enter and always remain here as a sign of Your infinite mercy!
Holy Spirit of the Father and Son,
increase in us more and more faith
and trust in the power of the Resurrected Lord!
Say each prayer one time:
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