Redemptorist Resources2020-03-26T19:23:20+00:00

With our Churches closed due to the Coronavirus, this page contains a guide to online prayers and intercessions that one can participate in either as part of an online community or individually. The Redemptorists are committed to serving and strengthening our spiritual ties which are right now more important than ever.

These resources are offered to help those who are struggling to find words at this difficult and stressful time, and to enable our Catholic community to continue to pray for those affected by the Coronavirus and to worship together as a community in solidarity in the face of this pandemic.

While the Churches remain closed, the Redemptorists are offering online Masses at various locations, including daily Mass at St. Gerard Church in San Antonio. Click above for complete list.

You can alternate between our inspirational mobile retreat to Our Mother of Perpetual Help, and a second Alphonsian retreat on prayer from the heart. This two-in-one app is free to download.

St. Marys Catholic Church in Whittier, California is praying the rosary each day on their Facebook site at noon Pacific Time in English and at 7pm in Spanish, also Pacific Time.

Blessed Seelos possessed great mystical gifts due to his intense prayer life. Please repeat this prayer for healing each day.

In addition to his online rosary, Fr. Patrick Keyes continues to bring a message of hope through prayer through his blog. Posts are in either Spanish and English.

Please join the Redemptorist each morning in reciting this powerful prayer for Spiritual Communion from our founder, St. Alphonsus Liguori.

At the Angelus on Sunday, Pope Francis invited all Christians to join together in praying the Our Father as a response to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Pope also announced an extraordinary Urbi et Orbi blessing.

Beginning Saturday, March 21 and ending Sunday, March 29, join the Redemptorist community live for our Facebook event: a Redemptorist Novena for Hope. Or go to Facebook and search Redemptorists-Denver Province to see this event.

Unleashing the monk within: COVID-19 is forcing all of us into isolation. This is an opportunity to unite as a “communion of solitaries for God.” Fr. Byron Miller, C.Ss.R., offers some guidance on how to make the move inward.

Gary Zimak, a popular Catholic speaker and author and Liguori contributor,  sends a video message to help allay the fears of many at this time.

Prayer for Spiritual Communion: Recite daily this powerful prayer for spiritual communion by the founder of the Redemptorist, St. Alphonsus Liguori.

Join Fr. Edward Vella, C.Ss.R., at the Redemptorist Renewal Center in Tucson, Arizona as he celebrates Mass for the Fourth Sunday in Lent, traditionally called Laetare Sunday.

Click above for a prayer from a Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help adapted in response to COVID-19.

Read this powerful sermon by Redemptorist Fr. Gary Ziuraitis on the Coronavirus. “As the Spirit did with Jesus, the Spirit has led us into the desert where the Spirit will speak to our hearts.”

Bro. Dan Korn, C.Ss.R., reminds that Our Mother of Perpetual Help is our source of hope and strength in times of turmoil.

Fr. Tat Thang Hoang, C.Ss.R., pastor of St. Gerard’s Redemptorist parish, is offering via Facebook a daily live streaming event: Becoming Christlike During COVID-19.

Please join us via video for the traditional Redemptorists Perpetual Help Devotion. Ask Our Mother of Perpetual Help to be with us in this time of trials.

For most of us, this is a time of great anxiety. Download a complimentary chapter of Gary Zimak’s A Worrier’s Guide to the Bible: 50 Verses to Ease Anxieties—and ease your worries!

A message of hope from Fr. John Schmidt, C.Ss.R., that God is with us even in this time of the Coronavirus.