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Re: Working with Saint Rita

Unread postby natstein » Thu Mar 27, 2014 2:51 pm

Hello Naija4life,

I don't work wiht saints much but it certainly seems to me like a sign that this saint is willing to work with you.

Peace~

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Re: Working with Saint Rita

Unread postby naija4life+ » Thu May 22, 2014 8:24 am

Today,May 22nd is the feat day of ST Rita of Cascia the saint of the impossible.She is a worker of miracles and a helper in hopeless situations.This is a very powerful prayer that can be used to petition her


*O Holy Patroness of those in need, St. Rita, whose pleadings before thy Divine Lord are almost irresistible, who for thy lavishness in granting favors hast been called the Advocate of the Hopeless and even of the Impossible; St. Rita, so humble, so pure, so mortified, so patient and of such compassionate love for thy Crucified Jesus that thou couldst obtain from Him whatsoever thou askest, on account of which all confidently have recourse to thee, expecting, if not always relief, at least comfort; be propitious to our petition, showing thy power with God on behalf of thy suppliant; be lavish to us, as thou hast been in so many wonderful cases, for the greater glory of God, for the spreading of thine own devotion, and for the consolation of those who trust in thee. We promise, if our petition is granted, to glorify, thee by making known thy favor, to bless and sing thy praises forever. Relying then upon thy merits and power before the Sacred Heart of Jesus, we pray: (here mention your request).
Obtain for us our request
By the singular merits of thy childhood,
By thy perfect union with the Divine Will,
By thy heroic sufferings during thy married life,
By the consolation thou didst experience at the conversion of thy husband,
By the sacrifice of thy children rather than see them grievously offend God,
By thy miraculous entrance into the convent,
By thy severe penances and thrice daily bloody scourgings,
By the suffering caused by the wound thou didst receive from the thorn of thy Crucified Savior,
By the divine love which consumed thy heart,
By that remarkable devotion to the Blessed Sacrament, on which alone thou didst exist for 4 years,
By the happiness with which thou didst part from thy trials to join thy Divine Spouse,
By the perfect example thou gavest to people of every state of life.
Pray for us, 0 holy St. Rita,
that we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ.
Let us pray: O God, Who in Thine infinite tenderness hast vouchsafed to regard the prayer of Thy servant, Blessed Rita, and dost grant to her supplication that which is impossible to human foresight, skill and efforts, in reward of her compassionate love and firm reliance on Thy promise, have pity on our adversity and succor us in our calamities, that the unbeliever may know Thou art the recompense of the humble, the defense of the helpless, and the strength of those who trust in Thee, through Jesus Christ, Our Lord. Amen
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Re: Working with Saint Rita

Unread postby kayura1 » Tue Sep 16, 2014 9:00 am

I just want to say a massive THANK YOU to Saint Rita. I asked for her help with reconciliation between my boyfriend and I she brought him back quicker than grease lightning :D
This was my first time petitioning her and although I had some really low periods and let doubt creep in she still came through for me.
If anyone is interested this is the prayer I used:

NOVENA TO ST. RITA

O holy protectress of those who art in greatest need, thou who shineth as a star of hope in the midst of darkness, blessed Saint Rita, bright mirror of God's grace, in patience and fortitude thou art a model of all the states in life. I unite my will with the will of God through the merits of my Savior Jesus Christ, and in particular through his patient wearing of the crown of thorns, which with TENDER devotion thou didst daily contemplate. Through the merits of the holy Virgin Mary and thine own graces and virtues, I ask thee to obtain my earnest petition, provided it be for the greater glory of God and my own sanctification. Guide and purify my intention, O holy protectress and advocate, so that I may obtain the pardon of all my sins and the grace to persevere daily, as thou didst in walking with courage, generosity, and fidelity down the path of life. [Mention your request.]


Saint Rita, advocate of the impossible, pray for us.
Saint Rita, advocate of the helpless, pray for us.

Pray 3 times: 1 Our Father, 1 Hail Mary, and 1 Glory Be

Once again THANK YOU Saint Rita
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Re: Working with Saint Rita

Unread postby rookieguy13 » Wed Jan 14, 2015 7:42 am

I was suggested by my rootworker to pray to Saint Rita. I was wondering, how often should I pray to her? I would ask my worker, but she's kind of hard to contact at the moment. I know there are candles and such to help, but she's put me on a spell "ban", and said I should pray only.

I have been doing the following:

O powerful St. Rita, rightly called Saint of the Impossible, I come to you with confidence in my great need. You know well my trials, for you yourself were many times burdened in this life. Come to my help, speak for me, pray with me, intercede on my behalf before the Father. I know that God has a most generous heart and that he is a most loving Father. Join your prayers to mine and obtain for me the grace I desire (here mention your request). You who were so very pleasing to God on earth and are so much so now in heaven, I promise to use this favor, when granted, to better my life, to proclaim God's mercy, and to make you more widely known and loved. Amen.

My request is in regards to a girl that has recently come along, and a past one.

I was praying every night, then started, morning/night. Not sure if what I'm doing is right.
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Re: Working with Saint Rita

Unread postby natstein » Wed Jan 14, 2015 3:00 pm

Hello rookieguy13,

Try to not over think it to much. Praying once or twice a day is fine and that prayer looks like a good prayer to me. Just be sincere.

Peace~

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Re: Working with Saint Rita

Unread postby ChokatLily » Thu Feb 12, 2015 7:45 pm

Thank you St. Rita for your quick response and your caring presence.i will continue honoring you every day ofmy life and all the saints.
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Re: Working with Saint Rita

Unread postby avoiceanswered » Tue Jun 02, 2015 1:11 pm

From experience: I noticed when I worked with her before that when I was in a not-so great but not horrible relationship she would subtlety intervene and make the man leave. I think she along with Dymphna work with me well when it comes to proteciting from men.

Items I like to use with Rita:
Rose and holy water
rose and sandalwood oil
sandalwood, myrrh, frankincense
tea and honey
white candles

I like tea and meditation time with the saints. One of my friends who also sees spirits says whenever I speak of Rita they seeing something buzzing around me. I have taken that as a sign of her busy bees.
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Re: Working with Saint Rita

Unread postby Miss Aida » Wed Jun 03, 2015 8:35 pm

Hello, avoiceanswered,

That is awesome.

Thank you so much for sharing this with us
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Re: Working with Saint Rita

Unread postby Marie Laveau » Fri Sep 30, 2016 5:36 am

Saint Rita of Cascia got married with a very abusive man, a rude man of the nobility of the town who belonged to the mafia of those times.

She was born into a family of rich parents as an only child and she was really kind to them, but in those times women had to marry or they had to go to convent as nuns. Rita wanted that instead of getting married but for pure obedience to her lovely parents she accepted marrying her future husband.
She had to go to live with his family and due to her revolutionary personality crashed a lot with her in laws, specially with her father in law, the local mafia boss in those times.

Her husband was always in trouble, and she prayed for him a lot, until she could converted him into religion. But she suffered a lot next to him, that is why she is the patron of abusive marriages or relationships.

She got pregnant and had twins, two boys, who were pursuing the same way as their father: the mafia endeavour. Saint Rita husband was murdered by rivals and she was really scared about the same aptitude of her twins, always in troubles, they had become their mother's great mortification.

They arrived at home usually injured, mafia enemies threatened the family and Rita could not stand that anymore.

She prayed the Lord to put some order and salvation into her family and the twins finally die.

After that, she entered the convent and became a nun. She lived the different states of the Christian life: spouse, mother, widow.

When she was about to die she asked for a red rose born in her house's garden but the sisters told her that was impossible, because it was January and there would not be roses in those times of the year. She insisted so much that a sister went to her house and saw a red rose planted in the garden; picked it up and took it to Rita.
She died a few hours later.

Another saint as Saint Therese, if you asked her any petition and you see a rose, preferently red, the beloved Rita has answered your petition.

The difference between her and Saint Martha is that Martha was a virgin by personal election. It is considered the first nun of Cristianity because she prefered to be a Jesus follower instead of getting married. Martha usually spent her time being a hostess to the rest of Jesus' followers so is the holy patron of hostess and hotel owners and all those who have business in the inkeeper arena. That is why Martha is represented with keys a a basket of fruits, giving you her wellcome.

I think she protects women because among the Jesus followers there were a lot of single mothers, prostitutes,ills, widows or poor who had a lot of problems and she helped the women sector of the "bunch"; maybe because those poor women had suffered the evilness and cruelty of the men of those times.

I had a motorbike exam two years ago. It was impossible to pass it, we have a lot of troubles here in my country to pass the exam because the Traffic Department is really hard and makes things impossible to people.

I made Saint Rita's novena, and a day before the exam while I was working in a mall a girl asked me if she could put a red rose who had bought in my table because she had to make a phone call. In that moment I noticed a chill in my spine. I knew that it was Rita's stuff.

The day after I passed my exam.

Since that day, Rita is one of my favourites
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Re: Working with Saint Rita

Unread postby papercranes » Sun Nov 27, 2016 1:44 pm

I'm curious about what Conjureman Ali says regarding St. Rita having a "heavy hand." It seems she has a harsher reputation than St. Martha. Personally, I have felt closer to her & intend on getting perpetual enrollment with her shrine. I do not know if Lucky Mojo now offers St. Rita items, but the national shrine seems nice... Much like the St. Dymphna shrine.

I'm working with her anyhow at a sort of reconciliation attempt. This man I've been seeing has been very callous to me in anger. I won't go as far to say he is a narcissist, but he definitely engages in some emotionally abusive behaviors.

I feel like St. Rita, having been one of the few married Saints, understands this better.

Does anyone have any good stories of her intercession? I have always been very drawn to her & nearly picked her as my patroness.
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Re: Working with Saint Rita

Unread postby Sister Jean » Sun Nov 27, 2016 6:54 pm

Hello papercranes,

I don't work with her personally, but if you scroll up through this thread, you can read posts from people who have experienced her help.
Thank you, St. Michael, St. Expedite and La Santisima Muerte!

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Re: Working with Saint Rita

Unread postby Marie Laveau » Tue Nov 29, 2016 9:29 am

Hi Papercranes,

Saint Rita is the holy patroness of the impossible things, she came to me in a dream and since that moment I started to work with her, always been really kind to me.
As Saint Martha or Saint Joseph and many others, it was like she came to me as a guide when I needed some guidance. I started to see her name all around, like if she was calling me.

Two years ago I had something impossible to deal with: a motorbike exam. This test was an obligation because I applied for a job in those which requiered the license; and I live in a country where the Traffic Department has a lot of power and they fail people for nonsense. Believe me is like a mafia.
And the motorbike exam is not easy at all.

So I asked Saint Rita because it was impossible to me to pass the exam. When I asked my petition in front of her statue at the church, a strong roses scent started to appear :shock: . Rita as Saint Therese of Lisieux is really linked to roses.
Well, the day before the exam i was working (in a mall in those times) and a girl came and asked me if she could put the red rose she had bought on my table. A strange feeling run across my spine: it was like Saint Rita haunting. Fascinating moment.
In that exact moment I knew I would pass my exam and one day later I did it: everything was perfect, I could feel like a strange force started to touch the motorbike brakes when the exam finished. It was not me who was driving the motorbike. Even the examinator congratulated me for the perfection.

Since that day, Rita is one of my favourites and when I have required her help she always sent a message about my petition granted in the shape of red roses.

She was married and had a lot of troubles with her husband until she finally could convert him and made of him a mercyful man. I think she could be a great help in marriages stuff.

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Re: Working with Saint Rita

Unread postby papercranes » Tue Nov 29, 2016 12:39 pm

i love these stories. :D they're so inspiring. i tend to lose faith in the power of prayer and doubt quite a bit, despite never entirely losing faith.

i have had some very intense experiences with the virgin mary & the archangel gabriel, but not yet rita. i have always felt so drawn to her! i hope she hears my novena. in my experience, i smelled roses very intensely after doing some intense praying to the virgin mary.

i need to be on the lookout for roses! i will definitely update you all on what happens, as i would consider this an "impossible case."

sister jean, i read the thread, but it seems like there are writings and some thought in hoodoo communities that st. rita will actually cause physical harm to a man & not to have her around if there are men/sons in your house. i assume she wouldn't do this with a good man (i'm doubtful of her doing that at all.) however, i haven't quite made the distinction between her and st. martha when it comes to how they are described as dealing with men.
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Re: Working with Saint Rita

Unread postby Sister Jean » Wed Nov 30, 2016 7:02 pm

Hello papercranes,

I'm sorry, I don't have an answer to that question for you. In addition to reading what people have written here (you can always also search for "rita" in the search box in the upper right to make sure you've seen all the relevant posts), you could also try speaking with an AIRR member who has experience working with St. Rita.

http://www.readersandrootworkers.org
Thank you, St. Michael, St. Expedite and La Santisima Muerte!

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