Chaplet Prayer for Saint Gemma Galgani

Saint Gemma Galgani chaplet information

The chaplet of Saint Gemma Galgani, has a medal of her likeness and is made up of 25 beads representing her life on earth. The 20 Crystal beads are for her Memorial day April 1, and 5 Aquamarine beads are for her Birthday March 12. The center roses are for your petition to her when praying the chaplet.

How to Pray

On the medal pray:
The Most Glorious St Gemma Prayer: O Most Glorious St. Gemma, Mirror of innocence and penance, may we who humbly invoke thy Heavenly intercession obtain from thee the grace of purity in all our thoughts, words and actions. Amen

On the set of 2 beads pray:
O my soul, bless Jesus. Never forget the many graces He has given thee. Love that God who so loves thee. Lift thyself up to Him, who has lowered Himself for thee; show thyself as He shows Himself with thee; be clean of heart, be pure. Love thy Jesus, who has lifted thee out of so much misery. Love thy God, bless thy Lord
Saint Gemma Galgani

On the center:
Pray the Saint Gemma Petition Prayer.
"Dearest St. Gemma. Sister and friend in Christ; You know the value of suffering and the blessings of healing. Please pray that Our Lord will heal me/us and my/our family of my/our, physical, emotional and spiritual ailments, Through Christ, Our Lord. Amen"

On the first set of 5 pray:
"Jesus, let me come to thee, I thirst for thy life giving blood."
Followed by 5 Hail Mary's

On the next bead pray:
If I saw the gates of Hell open and I stood on the brink of the abyss, I should not despair, I should not lose hope of mercy, because I should trust in You, my God.
Followed by One Our Father

Continue to the end of the chaplet in this pattern.
At the end of the chaplet pray again The Most Glorious St. Gemma Prayer.

This chaplet was created from research on Saint Gemma Galgani, information taken from Jones, Terry H. Patron Saints Index. 2002. February, 12, 2005, and made into a chaplet ©2005 designed and created by J.S. Kotchka. The petition prayer ©2005 written by John Soper is used here with his permission.
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