Circle of Prayer - Types of Prayer - Chaplets
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Types of Prayer
Morning Prayer
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Simple Prayers
Devotions
Novenas
Chaplets
Litanies
Blessings
Saints Prayers
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Special Needs Prayers
Gaining Indulgences

The Bible
Jesus' Infancy
Start of Public Ministry
1st Year of Ministry
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Events of Holy Thursday
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The Stations of the Cross

The Rosary
The History
The Promises
The Secrets
Rosary Prayers
The Mysteries
A New Mystery is Added
A Spiritual Rosary
Joyful Mysteries
Mysteries of Light
Sorrowful Mysteries
Glorious Mysteries

Divine Mercy History
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Divine Mercy Novena
Divine Mercy Prayers
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There are many beautiful and very powerful chaplets that can be prayed for different groups of people or occasions. Generally they are prayed on a full set of Rosary beads and all can be prayed on a set of just ten prayers beads. 

There is something very special about praying a chaplet in a group, no matter how small. Remember Jesus telling us that whever two or more are gathered in His name He is there with us also. Comforting isn't it? Here's another thought to comfort us too. We all have a guardian angel, appointed to us at the moment of our conception and every time we pray we are actually praying in the company of our guardian angel! So we are never alone in prayer.

Below is a list of a variety of Chaplets from a brilliant website - Catholic Doors

Chaplet for the Dead
Chaplet for the Holy Souls
Chaplet in Praise of the Virgin Mary
Chaplet of all Souls
Chaplet of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha
Chaplet of Conversion
Chaplet of Divine Mercy # 1
Chaplet of Divine Mercy # 2
Chaplet of Faith
Chaplet of Mercy and Forgiveness
Chaplet of Our Lady of Czestochowa
Chaplet of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Chaplet of Our Lady of Mount Carmel
Chaplet of Our Lady of Perpetual Help # 1
Chaplet of Our Lady of Perpetual Help # 2
Chaplet of Our Lady, Star of the Sea
Chaplet of Our Lady's Tears
Chaplet of Saint Anne
Chaplet of Saint Anthony
Chaplet of Saint Dymphna
Chaplet of Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini
Chaplet of Saint Gabriel
Chaplet of Saint Gertrude
Chaplet of Saint Joseph
Chaplet of Saint Jude
Chaplet of Saint Maximillian
Chaplet of Saint Michael (Archangel)
Chaplet of Saint Padre Pio
Chaplet of Saint Patrick
Chaplet of Saint Philomena
Chaplet of Saint Raphael (Archangel)
Chaplet of Saint Rita
Chaplet of Saint Theresa (the Little Flower)
Chaplet of Tears
Chaplet of the Blessed Sacrament
Chaplet of the Five Wounds
Chaplet of the Holy Face
Chaplet of the Holy Ghost
Chaplet of the Holy Infant
Chaplet of the Immaculate Conception
Chaplet of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
Chaplet of the Infant Jesus of Prague
Chaplet of the Most Holy Trinity
Chaplet of the Precious Blood
Chaplet of the Queen of Light
Chaplet of the Sacred Face
Chaplet of the Sacred Heart # 1
Chaplet of the Sacred Heart # 2
Chaplet of the Seven Dolors of Our Lady
Chaplet of the Two Hearts
Chaplet of the Way of the Cross
Chaplet of Unity
Chaplet to Obtain a Great Confidence
Chaplet to the Mother of the Most Holy Eucharist


Moytura has several other sites with a 'Christian flavour'. Prayerful Thoughts & Thoughtful Prayers is a little collection of prayers and thought-provoking stories, and a few links to some other really nice websites. Reflections for Lent offers a daily meditation for the 40 days of lent and the week leading into Easter. As part of my Journey section of the website join me to learn a little of the Early Christian Church in Ireland by visiting Clonmacnoise, founded by St. Ciaran on the banks of the River Shannon in the 6th. Century. Read about Saint Brendan the Navigator who started a Monastic settlement in the tiny village of Clonfert in the 6th century, located on the Galway/Offaly/Tipperary border. Travel on my journeys to two of Canada's most famous Catholic Shrines - Saint Anne de Beaupré and Cap de la Madeleine, both on the shores of the Saint Lawrence river in Quebec. Finally I welcome you to come with me to see a little of Medugorje, a peaceful haven in a war-torn country - Bosnia-Herzogovina. Please also pay a visit to  Moytura's Irish Bookshop where you can find books on the history of Christianity in IrelandIrish Prayers and Celtic Christianity

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