A Miraculous Prayer for Healing of Breast Cancer

A miraculous prayer to saint Agatha for healing of breast cancer.

Saint Agatha is the patron saint of breast cancer patients, rape victims and wet nurses. She was a devout soul who suffered for her faith but most striking is the fact that her breasts were cut off by the order of a Sicilian governor who was an unbeliever. He did this because she refused his sexual demands and his demand for her to worship the Roman gods.

This is why people suffering from breast cancer implore her healing and many have been miraculously healed afterwards. Seek her intercession today through this prayer today and wait for your testimony. It does not matter how long the breast cancer has been or how chronic it is. She is God’s servant and will never forsake God’s children who call on her:

“St. Agatha, woman of valor,
from your own suffering we have been moved
to ask your prayers for those of us who suffer from breast cancer.

We place (person’s name) before you,
and ask you to intercede on their behalf.

From where you stand in the health of life eternal,
all wounds healed,
and all tears wiped away,
pray for (prayer intention),
and all of us.

Pray God will give us His holy benediction of health and healing.
And, we remember you were a victim of torture
and that you learned, first hand,
of human cruelty and inhumanity.

We ask you to pray for our entire world.
Ask God to enlighten us
with a “genius for peace and understanding.”

Ask Him to send us His Spirit of Serenity,
and ask Him to help us share
that peace with all we meet.

From what you learned
from your own path of pain,
ask God to give us the Grace we need
to remain holy in difficulties,
not allowing our anger
or our bitterness to overtake us.

Pray that we will be more peaceful and more charitable.
And from your holy pace in our mystical body, the Church,
pray that we, in our place and time will, together,
create a world of justice and peace. Amen”

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“Pray as though everything depended on God. Work as though everything depended on you.” Saint Augustine of Hippo

Disclaimer: Prayer is not magic. God indeed answers prayers but sometimes His answer is either No or Not Now. Don't be discouraged when your prayers are not met immediately or even later. Keep trusting God who is good all the time. Thank you.

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