1) Spiritual Communion Prayer
O Lord Jesus, I believe You truly dwell in the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist. I thank, love, worship, and praise You, and I yearn to love You more fervently and more perfectly each day. Now, God, please dwell in my heart spiritually and remain there forever.
Please ignite in me a flame of love for You. Warm my heart, enlighten my mind, make me burn with love for You. Let me be intimately united with You in all places and at all times, and never permit me to be separated from You. May You be everything to me and make me totally belong to You.
“Lord, I am not worthy that You should enter under my roof, but only say the word and my soul shall be healed.” Amen.
* “Spiritual Communion” is the conscious desire to receive Communion. The Church highly recommends that we have this desire throughout the day. One does receive Spiritual Communion with God when he or she makes such acts of faith and love.
“Behold the Lamb of God, behold him who takes away the sins of the world. Blessed are those called to the supper of the Lamb.”
2) The Six Kowtows Communion Prayer
(Revealed to a Disciple of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ)
- It is unto Thee, my God and my Creator, that I offer my heart and my soul.
- It is unto Thee, my Lord, the Lamb of God, that I offer my heart and my soul.
- It is unto Thee, the Holy Spirit, the Giver of Life, that I offer my heart and my soul.
- It is unto Thee, the Blessed Sacrament, Body and Blood of my Lord, that I offer my heart and my soul.
- It is unto Thee, most precious Wounds of my Lord, that I offer my heart and my soul.
- It is unto Thee, Immaculate Heart of my Mother, that I offer my heart.
This prayer is for the world; after the priest pronounces the words of consecration, as the faithful wait in silence on their knees waiting to receive Jesus in the Eucharist, they should silently prepare their hearts with this prayer. It is at that moment that the faithful give themselves entirely to God. This prayer causes us to reflect on The Six Kowtows. (See “The Six Kowtows” message revealed to Lucia Phan on August 19, 2014 on www.nrtte.org.)
* “Totus Tuus” is Latin for “[I am] All Yours.” It was a phrase of St. Louis de Montfort and was the official motto of Pope St. John Paul II. We say it here three times to tell God that we are totally His.
Kneeling down while receiving Holy Communion on the tongue is
the best position to show respect for the Eucharist.
”Loving you, I have made Myself tiny to fit in the Host, prisoner in the tabernacle, waiting every day for someone to come. My eyes are worn out from waiting. I am ever so lonely, waiting in the long hours. At least there are some who frequently visit Me, a few console Me. And to this day, I am still waiting…”
The Most Holy Body of our Lord Jesus Christ
is worshiped in a benediction service.
Xin cho vị lãnh đạo đất nước chúng con biết tôn trọng quyền sống và quyền làm người; vì đó là tác phẩm do Cha tạo dựng. Xin cho mọi người nhận biết Cha không tạo nên tác phẩm nào bị biến dạng hay hư mất nhưng bởi loài người vô tình hoặc cố ý can thiệp nên ảnh hưởng tiêu cực đến sự sáng tạo của Cha.
3) Prayers After Mass and Communion Prayer Before a Crucifix
“Look down upon me, good and gentle Jesus while before Your face I humbly kneel and, with burning soul, pray and beseech You to fix deep in my heart lively sentiments of faith, hope, and charity; true contrition for my sins; and a firm purpose of amendment. While I contemplate, with great love and tender pity, Your five most precious wounds, pondering over them within me and calling to mind the words that David, Your prophet, said to You, my Jesus: “They have pierced My hands and My feet, they have numbered all My bones” (Psalm 22:17-18). Amen.
- Our Father
- Hail Mary
- Glory Be
- Praying for the Pope’s intentions may receive the Plenary Indulgence each time after receiving Communion (S. Paen, Ap., February 2, 1943)
4) Prayer to the Eucharistic Jesus
O Lord Jesus, I prostrate before the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist to offer my soul, body, thoughts, words, deeds, and all the hardships of my life. God, please accept my humble offering and grant me Your most holy Body.
Though unequal, the covenant is because of Your all-encompassing love for me, though I am weak and sinful. I promise to daily thank, love, worship, and praise You.
I chastise myself to express my gratitude to You, because of my indifference and lukewarmness in the past toward the most precious Body and Blood in the Most Holy Sacrament. I beseech You to let me receive this sacrament, and, as my penance, to earnestly visit the most holy Body in the tabernacle, because I have offended the Lord of heaven and earth.
O most holy Sacrament, O most divine Sacrament – may I daily thank, love, worship, and praise the Eucharistic Jesus, for You are my only hope and my inheritance. Amen.
5) The Six Kowtows Prayer
Almighty and living God, we kneel before Your Face to offer our love and gratitude to the Creator who made us and all things in the universe. You sent Your beloved Son to save us and the Holy Spirit to sanctify us and give us life. With contrite and remorseful hearts, we prostrate and reverently offer our prayers.
The First Kowtow
We thank, love, worship, and praise God the Father. You loved and created us and blew Your Spirit into every person created in Your image.
Glory be to Your name, Your kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.
We offer You our souls and our hearts. Please welcome us back with our repentant hearts. Totus Tuus. (I am All Yours.)
The Second Kowtow
We thank, love, worship, and praise our Lord Jesus Christ. You loved us to the point of accepting death on the Cross for our sins.
We proclaim Your death, O Lord, and profess your Resurrection until you come again.
We offer You our souls and our hearts. May we enjoy salvation and forever contemplate Your Holy Face. Totus Tuus. (I am All Yours.)
The Third Kowtow
We thank, love, worship and praise the Holy Spirit who dwells in our hearts to nurture and sanctify us.
We believe You are the Third Person of God, the result of the love between God the Father and God the Son. We worship and honor You as much as the First Person and the Second Person.
We offer You our souls and our hearts. Please give us peace and hope, and transform us into better people. Totus Tuus. (I am All Yours.)
The Fourth Kowtow
We thank, love, worship, and praise the Eucharistic Jesus. For love of humanity, You are offered daily on the altar in becoming the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Jesus Christ to nourish our souls.
May we prepare our souls and bodies respectfully to receive the Body and Blood of Christ and to unite with You more intimately. Please welcome us into Your Heart, and make us the platform under Your feet.
Every time we eat this Bread and drink this cup, we proclaim Your death, O Lord, until You come again.
We offer You our souls and our hearts. May we respect, adore, and unite with You daily in the Eucharistic Sacrament. Totus Tuus. (I am All Yours.)
The Fifth Kowtow
We thank, love, worship, and praise the Five Holy Signs of Jesus Christ, which are a mystery of the Faith and represent God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, along with the Body and Blood of Christ, and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
O Five Holy Signs of the Lord Jesus Christ, our God – the Five Holy Signs of love, the Five Holy Signs of grace, the Five Holy Signs of Divine Mercy, the eternal seal granted to us – each sinner – and the covenant that God never refuses when mankind apologizes, repents, and calls upon the Name of God.
We offer You our souls and our hearts. Please sanctify and transform us and Your Church on earth. Totus Tuus. (I am All Yours.)
The Sixth Kowtow
We thank, love, honor, and praise the Blessed Virgin Mary as the Loving Daughter of Heavenly Father and the Mother of mankind. We offer You our hearts and everything that is ours. Please lead us back to God and intercede, for everyone to recognize, love, and worship the Holy Trinity. We offer this kowtow to You, Blessed Virgin Mother.
In the Passion of Jesus Christ, Your Son, His shoulder was crushed and could no longer continue to carry the Cross; however, the strength came from You. Though not carrying the Cross as the Lord Jesus, though not walking as Your Son, You carried the Cross spiritually, You carried by Your Heart, a loving and consoling Heart along with the Lord Jesus, through the Way of the Cross. Totus Tuus. (I am All Yours.)
We bless, glorify and praise God’s Name forever.
We pray this in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God and our Brother, who reigns with the Father and the Holy Spirit, one God forever and ever. Amen.