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Valentine’s Day Love Spells – A Spell a Day to Bring Love Your Way – Day #1 – St. Raphael the Archangel of Marriage

PRAYER--TO-THE-ARCHANGEL-RAPHAELContrary to popular belief, the desire to reach out to a Higher Power or the supernatural in the search for love and companionship is not confined to witchcraft. Love and the search for true love is a universal desire shared by many faiths and beliefs systems. First up on our countdown to Valentine’s Day is a Catholic prayer for love and a good marriage.

The Archangel Raphael is the patron protector of travelers and the “Healer of God.”  He also governs love and marriage in the Catholic tradition. The following is a prayer taken from Catholic Culture.org.

Prayer to St. Raphael

St. Raphael, loving patron of those seeking a marriage partner, help me in this supreme decision of my life. Find for me as a helpmate in life the person whose character may reflect some of the traits of Jesus and Mary. May he (she) be upright, loyal, pure, sincere and noble, so that with united efforts and with chaste and unselfish love we both may strive to perfect ourselves in soul and body, as well as the children it may please God to entrust to our care.

St. Raphael, angel of chaste courtship, bless our friendship and our love that sin may have no part in it. May our mutual love bind us so closely that our future home may ever be most like the home of the Holy Family of Nazareth. Offer your prayers to God for the both of us and obtain the blessing of God upon our marriage, as you were the herald of blessing for the marriage of Tobiah and Sarah.

St. Raphael, friend of the young, be my friend, for I shall always be yours. I desire ever to invoke you in my needs.

To your special care I entrust the decision I am to make as to my future husband (wife). Direct me to the person with whom I can best cooperate in doing God’s Holy Will, with whom I can live in peace, love and harmony in this life, and attain to eternal joy in the next. Amen.

In honor of St. Raphael: Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be.

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