Catholic Devotions for Non-Catholics

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Guest post by Chandra Nugraha, Singapore.

How to mention your devotions to non-Catholics:

I pray the Divine Office:
I pray the Psalms at some points during the day just like Jesus and the Apostles did.

I pray the Rosary:
I meditate on the life of Jesus by praying the Angelic salutation in Luke’s Gospel.

I pray for the souls in Purgatory:
I invoke the redemptive power of the cross to help transform the departed for their union with God.

I pray a novena:
I put forth my petition before the “cloud of witnesses” who will help us finish the race (Hebrews 12:1).

I pray the Divine Mercy chaplet:
I invoke the cross for the outpouring of God’s mercy upon the world.


Dr. Chandra Nugraha has previously been active for several years in the campus ministry, parish catechesis and youth groups. He is currently the Vice President of the Catholic Theology Network in Singapore. His PhD is in biomedical engineering.

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