Chaplet of Saint Jude

How to pray the Chaplet of Our Lady of Saint Jude

This Chaplet has a Cross, 1 set of 9 beads and a Medal of Saint Jude. Example: Cross + 9 + Medal.

On the cross, say the following prayer:

Saint Jude,
glorious Apostle,
faithful servant and friend of Jesus,
the name of the traitor has caused you
to be forgotten by many,
but the true Church invokes you universally
as the Patron of things despaired of;
pray for me,
that finally I may receive the consolations
and the succor of Heaven
in all my necessities,
tribulations and sufferings,

particularly…

(State your intention here.)

and that I may bless God
with the Elect throughout Eternity.

Amen.

On each of the 9 beads, pray the following:

One Hail Mary and the following invocation:

Saint Jude,
Apostle martyr
and relative of Our Lord Jesus Christ,
Mary and of Joseph,
intercede for us.

At the end of the Chaplet, say the following prayers:

May the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
be adored, and loved
in all the tabernacles until the end of time.

Amen.

May the most Sacred Heart of Jesus
be praised and glorified now and forever.

Amen

Saint Jude pray for us and hear our prayers.

Amen.

Blessed be the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Blessed be the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Blessed be Saint Jude Thaddaeus,
in all the world and for all Eternity.

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What is prayer?

Prayer is the lifting up of our minds and hearts to God.

Let us lift up our hearts with our hands to the Lord in the heavens. (Lamentations 3:41)

How do we know that God always hears our prayers if we pray properly?

We know that God always hears our prayers if we pray properly because Our Lord has promised: “If you ask the Father anything in My name, He will give it to you.”

And whatever you ask in my name, that I will do, in order that the Father may be glorified in the Son. (John 14:13)

Why do we not always obtain what we pray for?

We do not always obtain what we pray for, either because we have not prayed properly or because God sees that what we are asking would not be for our good.

You ask and do not receive, because you ask amiss, that you may spend it upon your passions. (James 4:3)

Prayer from the Baltimore Catechism