(to be prayed every day from December 28 to January 5 for the intentions below)

O Maid of Orleans, Savior of France, light of patriots, and strength of the Church Militant, hear our prayers for this great nation, the United States of America!

Come to our aid now, as you did for France in your day. Help those of us who love this country to stand firm in the battle for what is right until the very end. Grant us strength to continue the fight for all that is sacred as we defend our nation from those who would tear it apart.

Numerous forces of evil and dissolution threaten our very lives and culture. Vanquish them by your mighty intercession. Fortify our faithful people with your zeal and righteous fervor. Give virtue to our works and grace to our hearts so that we can look to the future with hope.

Above all, bless our President and his allies in their struggles against the increasing darkness that is taking possession of our beloved homeland. Make him the point of the sword that purges this clear and present evil from our midst.

Come with your assistance, holy Joan of Arc, friend of warriors and patron of our spiritual battle, and present our needs to the great Shepherd of souls, Jesus Christ.

Who lives and reigns with the Father and Holy Spirit, One God, forever and ever. Amen.


Monday, December 28, 2020 (Feast of the Holy Innocents)

Joan of Arc brought aid and comfort to countless families of her nation as they endured the horrible abuses of the Hundred Years War (14th and 15th centuries).

Intention: We pray for God’s blessing on all American families and a definitive end to the blood curse of abortion that has brought so much evil upon our land.

Tuesday, December 29, 2020

The political leaders in Joan of Arc’s day were no better than ours – cowardly, venal, and incompetent – but she inspired them to put their country first and to seek God’s will.

Intention: We pray for the conversion of our wretched politicians and the strengthening of the good ones to do the right thing.

Wednesday, December 30, 2020

The Savior of France brought a discouraged people back to life by her deep fervor for faith and nation, and she eventually liberated her land from a hostile foreign power.

Intention: We pray for American culture, that it might be saved from all godless ideologies and purified from all evil that threatens our survival as a nation.

Thursday, December 31, 2020

Joan of Arc motivated tens of thousands of men and women of her day to take up arms and come to the aid of their country in every way possible.

Intention: We pray for those principled front lines warriors who are working hard in law, culture, and politics to save this country from total destruction.

Friday, January 1, 2021 (Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God)

The King of France was so encouraged by Joan of Arc’s love of God and country that he supported her plan of action and eventually saw the victory for which she gave her life.

Intention: We pray especially for our President and First Lady and for all their allies who defend our nation. May God protect and bless them in their efforts to take back our country from the forces of evil.

Saturday, January 2, 2021

Joan of Arc’s strength was her devotion to the Truth of Christ. She won over countless hearts and minds by her sincere belief that the Light of the Gospel would scatter the darkness of evil.

Intention: We pray for the total eradication of the media’s lies and distortions of the truth. We also pray for the conversion of those who have given themselves over to the devil’s propaganda work.

Sunday, January 3, 2021 (Feast of Epiphany)

Joan of Arc’s greatest achievement was to inspire the youth of France to take up arms and defend their own precious heritage.

Intention: We pray for America’s youth, so idealistic yet so deceived by the corruption they have inherited; may God grant them eyes to see their country’s true greatness.

Monday, January 4, 2021 (Feast of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton)

By word and example, Joan of Arc taught her people about the glories of France and the special place in history that her country held by God’s grace.

Intention: We pray for all institutions of education in our country, that they may return to teaching the truth about our country, our history and the faith upon which America was founded.

Tuesday, January 5, 2021 (Feast of St. John Neumann, Bishop of Philadelphia)

In the spirit of the Gospel, Joan of Arc prayed for her enemies even as she fought against them in righteousness and justice.

Intention: We pray for the enemies of America, both foreign and domestic; that God will convert their hearts and defeat every weapon of evil that they wield against this great country.