Camelot Warfare Library - Spiritual Warfare Prayer Catalog

Spiritual Warfare Prayer Catalog
Website Edition
an electronic book edition in PDF format will be available for download when this book is finished

Publisher: St. Michael’s House Press, ISBN: 0-916843-16-5

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Last Update: January 23, 2013


St. Michael’s Spiritual Warfare Prayer Catalog is offered to the General Public as valuable for self-help in dealing with Spiritual Warfare issues in one’s life. Please note that perseverance is usually required. No prayer is magic. God works with us in His divine time-table as we pray with persistence and according to His Divine Will. When praying any of these prayers one may need to pray them daily, or several times a day as needed.

If there seems to be no progress at all, after a sufficient amount of time using these prayers and living a devotional life, third-party intervention from a Deliverance and Healing Counselor may be warranted. We offer such a service in our apostolate, St. Padre Pio Center for Deliverance Counseling.


Personal pronouns are masculine in accordance with standard English grammar. Change the pronouns to feminine whenever needed.

There is no way we can anticipate every situation. Thus, you are free to modify the prayers as needed to adapt to your situation.

Non-Catholics may remove those phrases that are uniquely Catholic.

Table of Contents
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Universal Prayer Of Pope Clement XI
Our Lady Of Fatima’s “Most Holy Trinity …”
“Heavenly Father, I Praise Your Holy Name …”
Prayer To Saint Michael
Chaplet of Saint Michael
Litany of Saint Michael
Novena to Saint Michael
Litany of the Holy Guardian Angel
Combined Consecration to the Sacred Heart, Immaculate Heart, and St. Michael
Litany of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
Litany of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
Novena to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
Novena to the Immaculate Heart of Mary
Novena in Honor of the Holy Name of Jesus
Litany of Humility
Chaplet to our Lady of Perpetual Help
Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Litany of the Precious Blood of Jesus
Novena to the Exultation of the Holy Cross
Chaplet of Divine Mercy

Most official blessings of the Church must be performed by Priests or Deacons. There are some blessings, however, permitted to laity, which some alteration of language and/gestures. These blessings can be important in spiritual warfare. The list of Blessings below do not include every blessing permitted to laity, but those most pertinent to spiritual warfare in some way. The following blessings are mostly the “Shorter Rite” versions and are taken from the Book of Blessings (1989) unless otherwise noted that it comes from the 1962 Roman Ritual:

~Blessings concerning Persons

Blessing of a Family
Blessing of a Married Couple
Blessing of Children
Blessing of Sons and Daughters
Blessing of an Engaged Couple
Blessing of Parents before Childbirth
Blessing of Mother before Childbirth
Blessing of Parents after a Miscarriage
Blessing on the Parents and an Adopted Child
Blessing on the Occasion of a Birthday
Blessing of Elderly People Confined to Their Homes
Blessing of the Sick
Blessing of a Person Suffering from Addiction
Blessing of a Victim of Crime or Oppression
Blessing of Travelers

~Blessings concerns places and things

Blessing of a New Home
Blessing of Homes during Christmas and Easter Seasons
Blessing of an Automobile or other Means of Transportation
Blessing of Boats
Blessing of Technical Installations or Equipment
Blessing of Tools or Other Equipment for Work
Blessing of Animals
Blessing of Fields and Flocks
Blessing of a Christmas Tree


Prayer To Confess A Prideful Heart
Prayer To Confess A Rebellious Heart
Prayer To Confess Deceitful Heart
Prayer To Confess A Lustful Heart
Prayer To Confess Pornography Involvement/Masturbation
Prayer To Confess Adultery
Prayer to Confess Fornication
Prayer To Confess Homosexual Sex
Prayer To Confess Abortion
Prayer To Confess Occult Involvement
Prayer Asking God To Reveal Forgotten Sins
Prayer of Confession and Taking Back Ground From Satan
Prayer After Confession To Re-Claim Ground Taken By Satan

Prayer Of Renunciation Of Ancestral Sins
Renunciation Of Satan and Claiming the Full Victory
Renunciation Ritual Prayer

Renewal of Baptismal Promises
Prayer of Victory
Prayer for Filling of The Holy Spirit
Prayer To Put On The Armor Of God
Prayer to St. Michael for Protection
Prayer to our Guardian Angel to Watch Over Us
Act Prayers
Doctrinal Affirmation Prayer
Prayer Signatures

Prayers against Evil (from Greek Ritual)
Anima Christi
General Prayer Against Every Evil
Prayer for Inner Healing

Personal Prayer for Deliverance (PDF file)
Priestly Prayer of Deliverance (may not be recited laity)
Ten Thousand Angels (Prayer Song)

Procedure to Destroy Occultic or Cursed Objects (PDF file)
House Cleansing and Blessing (PDF file)
Hedge Prayer for Protection of Household
Prayer to the Household Guardian Angels
Rebuking Particular Spirits Affecting the Household
Resisting Satan’s Attack Against Our Household
Breaking Household Curses and Spells
Prayer for Marriage
Prayer for Husband to Take Spiritual Leadership
Prayer for Wife to Accept Husband’s Spiritual Leadership
Prayer for a Unbelieving Spouse
Hedge Prayer for Return of a Wayward Spouse
Prayer Concerning Spouse Bringing Evil into the House
Prayer for our Children

Hedge Prayer for Protection of Self
Prayer to our Guardian Angel
Protection Prayer before an Activity (before prayer, bible study, etc.)
Prayer for Protection in Traveling
General Prayer for the Day
General Prayer for Various Issues
Prayer To Control Thoughts
Bedtime Protection Prayer
Rebuking Particular Spirits
Breaking Personal Curses and Spells
Prayer to Break Addiction

Hedge Prayer for Return of Wayward Catholics
Hedge Prayer for the Rebellious Catholic
Hedge Prayer for our Separated Brethren
Hedge Prayer for the Non-Christian
Hedge Prayer for the Anti-Catholic
Hedge Prayer for those in Addiction
Hedge Prayer for Return of those who are Wayward from Us
Hedge Prayer for Protection of Others
Prayer to Our (and their) Guardian Angels

These prayers should be said by the person having the problems, but if they will not pray for themselves, we can pray the prayer as a proxy. These prayers may be said on behalf of a person needing prayer by those who have a paterfamilial or adelfifamilial relationship with them—a Proxy.

Paterfamilial relationships include parents, grandparents, or other family member who has spiritual standing with the person. This can include a priest, counselor or mentor, or other person who has some kind of spiritual authority over the person.

Adelfifamilial relationships include that of a biological or spiritual brother or sister, or other person who has a bond of love with the person praying.

Proxy Deliverance Prayer for a Friend or Relative
Rebuking Particular Spirits-Proxy

Doctors, nurses, mental health professionals, social workers, teachers, and other professions often are confronted with patients or clients who may be demonized. The prayers in this section are be helpful for the professional to pray for his own protection and that of his family, as well as to pray on behalf of their patients/clients.

~Prayers to Prepare for work

Renewal of Baptismal Promises
Prayer for Filling of The Spirit
Prayer To Put On The Armor Of God
Prayer to St. Michael for Protection
Prayer to our Guardian Angel to Watch Over Us

~Prayers for Personal Protection of Self and Family

Hedge Prayer of Protection for Practice and Self
Rebuking Particular Spirits
Breaking Personal Curses and Spells

~Prayers to Pray on Behalf of Patient/Client

Hedge Prayer of Protection for Patients/Clients
Proxy Deliverance Prayer for a Patient/Client
Hedge Prayer for Patient/Client in Addiction

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