Prayer for aborted babies catholic

Prayer for Aborted Babies

Heavenly Father,

Thou hast given us the gift of freedom

to love and to follow in Thy ways and commands.

Some parents choose to abuse this freedom

by destroying the gift of life

which Thou hast given to their offspring.

Please forgive those who destroy human life

by aborting their unborn babies.

Give these unborn children the opportunity

to enjoy Thee for all eternity,

if it according to Thy ordinance.

Assist me in being one in solidarity with Thy little ones

by taking to heart the words of Thy Son,

“whatever you did for one of these least brothers of Mine,

you did for Me.” (Mt. 25:40)

Therefore, allow me today, Father,

to adopt spiritually an unborn child

and to offer my prayers, works,

joys and sufferings for that little one,

so that child will be able to be born and live

for Thy greater honor and glory.

We pray this in Jesus’ name,

in union with the Holy Spirit one God forever and ever.

Amen.

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Heavenly Father, Your Love is eternal. In your ocen of love, you saved the world through your only begotted son, Jesus Christ.

Now look at your only son on the cross who is constantly bleeding for love of his people, and forgive your world.

Purify and baptise aborted children with the Precious Blood and Water from the sacred Side of Your Son, who hung dead on the cross for their salvation., in the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.

May they through the Holy Death of Jesus Christ gain everlasting life, through his Wounds be healed, and through his Precious Blod be freed. There to rejoice with the Saints in Heaven. Amen

(Through this Prayer large numbers of innocent unborn Babies will be saved. Pray it Daily and make it Known to the world. anyone who teaches it will not be Lost… (29 July 1998)). 

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One of the most common questions I receive is, “What happens to aborted babies? Do they go to heaven? Should we pray for them?”

Pope John Paul II, in The Gospel of Life, speaks directly to those who have had abortions, and tells them, “To the same Father and to his mercy you can with sure hope entrust your child” (n. 99).

The child, in other words, continues to live, and the mother continues to care for that child by “entrusting” him or her to the Father. God takes care of the children He has created, including those who have been killed. Therefore, we entrust these children to Him “with sure hope.”

This “hope” means that we acknowledge that God wants everyone to be saved. He saves different people in different ways. The ordinary way of salvation is through the sacrament of Baptism, which gives us the new life that is necessary for reaching heaven. If a person, however, is prevented, through no fault of his own, from receiving the sacrament, that does not mean that God cannot give them that new life by different means. How, precisely, He does this, we do not know. He has not given us the answer to every question. But He has assured us — and in fact He commands us — that we are to trust in His mercy, and entrust each other, including aborted children, to His mercy.

The International Theological Commission, which is an advisory panel to the Vatican, issued a document in April of 2007 entitled “The Hope of Salvation for Infants Who Die Without Being Baptized,” and Pope Benedict XVI authorized its publication. This document emphasized the “grounds for hope that unbaptized infants who die will be saved and enjoy the beatific vision.” The document recalled Christ’s special love for “the little ones,” and acknowledged that the question of what happens to unbaptized infants is intensified in an age when so many die from abortion. In fact, the document pointed out the solidarity with Christ among infant victims of violence, born and unborn, who like the holy innocents killed by King Herod are endangered by the “fear or selfishness of others.”

Having made these points, however, the document adds, “We emphasize that these are reasons for prayerful hope, rather than grounds for sure knowledge.”

So then, we should hope and pray.

The month of November, dedicated to all the faithful departed, is an excellent time to intensify our prayers for all children who have been aborted. In fact, just as we request a Mass to be offered for a deceased relative by name, we can likewise request a Mass to be offered when that deceased relative is a child killed by abortion. Many of these children have been given names, and their names can be given when the Mass is requested, without having to say that they died from abortion.

“Lord, give eternal rest to all aborted children, and grant that they may run and play in the playgrounds of heaven.”

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Heavenly Father,
Thou hast given us the gift of freedom
to love and to follow in Thy ways and commands.
Some parents choose to abuse this freedom
by destroying the gift of life
which Thou hast given to their offspring.
Please forgive those who destroy human life
by aborting their unborn babies.
Give these unborn children the opportunity
to enjoy Thee for all eternity,
if it according to Thy ordinance.
Assist me in being one in solidarity with Thy little ones
by taking to heart the words of Thy Son,
“whatever you did for one of these least brothers of Mine,
you did for Me.” (Mt. 25:40)
Therefore, allow me today, Father,
to adopt spiritually an unborn child
and to offer my prayers, works,
joys and sufferings for that little one,
so that child will be able to be born and live
for Thy greater honor and glory.
We pray this in Jesus’ name,
in union with the Holy Spirit one God forever and ever.

Amen.

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