Crusade Prayer Group Format

Setting up the Prayer Group 

(Summarized from the guidelines published on the original site;  from the guidelines in the red Crusade Prayer Book and also some quotes from the messages. See our menu on home page for more information)


  1. At least two people must gatherSee red Crusade Prayer Book
  2. Call them Jesus to Mankind Prayer Groups“I will increase conversion as more prayer groups are established in My Holy Name.  Call these prayer groups Jesus to Mankind and leave the rest to Me.”  (3 September, 2012)
  3. Have a blessed candle, Crucifix, and Holy Water. “They must keep Holy Water close by, have a Crucifix of Me present and recite this special Crusade Prayer to Bless and Protect your Crusade Prayer Group.” (25 January, 2013)
  4. Select a Saint for your prayer group.“To help you with this task, I have assigned a number of saints to help you. They include Saint Benedict, Saint Augustine, Pope John Paul II, Saint Faustina, Saint Malachi and Saint Theresa of Avila. I will reveal others in time. All are working now to support your task, which is one of the most important ever given to mankind at this crucial time in history. ” ( 7 February, 2011)
  5. Try to meet 1 or 2 days each week, but daily would be ideal.See red Crusade Prayer Book
  6. Prayer Books to be used. (17 January, 2013)
  7. Break the Crusade Prayers into categories which focus on special intentions. (7 March, 2013)
  8. Recite as many Crusade Prayers as possible during any one week.“There is no need to recite all prayers together although I urge that you do recite as many as possible during any one week.” (7 March, 2013)
  9. Bible: “I urge My followers to remind people of the importance of reading the Holy Bible, the Word set out, according to the Will of My Father.” (23 January, 2013)



  1. Bless yourself with Holy Water before beginning to pray.See red Crusade Prayer Book
  2. Recite CP 96 at the beginning and the end.“…They must keep Holy Water close by, have a Crucifix of Me present and recite this special Crusade Prayer to Bless and Protect your Crusade Prayer Group.: Crusade Prayer (96) to Bless and Protect your Crusade Prayer Group…” (25 January, 2013)
  3. Recite the Rosary and the Divine Mercy Chaplet. “The power of prayer and, especially, the recital of the Holy Rosary, which renders the beast impotent, cannot be underestimated. To save more souls you must also recite the Divine Mercy Chaplet.”   (7 March, 2013)
  4. During the time for intentions, read them silently.See red Crusade Prayer Book
  5. When praying Litany prayer 2, include souls of darkness and those about to die today, all members of Jesus Remnant Army and their families.See red Crusade Prayer Book
  6. Call on the saints…All the saints are still walking with you, but you don’t know it. You must call on St. Benedict, St. Joseph, St. John the Evangelist, St. Augustine and Michael the Archangel to give you the support you will need.” (11 May, 2011)
  7. Read the messages from the Book of Truth: . See red Crusade Prayer Book

.Only these messages can reveal the secrets of times to come and offer the blessings needed by all of God’s children up to the last day. (18 June ,2012)

Discussion of messages should be limited to direct quotes. (See red Crusade Prayer Book p.12)



Our Prayer Group

Crusade Prayers are grouped in themes.
Each prayer meeting consists of the Core prayers – Group A –
PLUS one of the themes (B-G).

Group H are prayers for special Needs and used when needed.

Revised themes  from July, 2017 are as follows. (Please note that the Audio prayers still follow the old themes)

GROUP A: Core Prayers:

96, 8,51,122, Rosary, Chaplet, 104, 1, 8, 23, 24, 30, 33 ,  59,  69, 70, 74, 79, 81, 97, 99,  102,  111, 113, 115, 129, 130, 132, 136, 143, 153 (once a week), 155, 158, 164,

GROUP B: Salvation of Souls

7, 13, 17, 19, 21, 35, 41,  58, 64, 73, 80,  105, 112, 118, 127,  150, 157, 162.

GROUP C: Protection

2,14,  25, 31,  52, 63, 67, 120, 126, 138,  140, 141, 146, 156, 163, 166, 167.

GROUP D: Special Graces

3. 5,  11, 12, 16, 27, 55, 78, 87, 90, 94, 98, 101, 103, 129, 145, 168.

GROUP E: Discipleship

9, 10, 34, 39, 47, 48,  72, 75, 92, 93, 95, 108, 121, 123,  128, 139, 149

GROUP F: Faith, Church, Priests, Family, Nations.

15,  28, 29, 32, 37, 38,  445360 68, 77, 82, 83, 85, 91, 100, 144, 151.

GROUP G: Warning and antichrist.


GROUP H: Special Needs

36, 45, 46, 50, 62, 76, 86, 89, 107, 109,  116, 119, 124, 133, 134, 137, 142, 148, 152, (154 on 4th June),159, 160, 161, 165.

GROUP J: Prayers for Priests: (to be said by priests and included with the chosen theme, when a priest is present at the prayer group.)

22, 40, 49, 56, 57, 66, 110, 114, 125, 135, 170.

Note: Prayers are sometimes added or subtracted to different groups according to need.

The format of our Jesus to Mankind Prayer Group

Our table is set up with a St Benedict Crucifix, Blessed candles, Statue of Our Lady, St Michael and St Joseph and a Holy Water font, the Books of Truth and a Bible.

1. Sign of Cross with Holy Water

2. Crusade Prayer 96

3. CP 8: The Confession

4. CP 51: For the Gift of the Holy Spirit

5. CP 122: Consecration to the Precious Blood

6. CP 26 : The Rosary

 Sign of the Cross:

Prayer before the Rosary:
Queen of the Holy Rosary, Thou didst deign to come to Fatima to reveal to the three shepherd children the treasures of grace hidden in the Rosary. Inspire my heart with a sincere love of this devotion, in order that by meditating on the Mysteries of our Redemption which are recalled in it, I may be enriched by its fruits and obtain peace for the world, the conversion of sinners and of Russia, and the graces which I ask of Thee in this Rosary. (Here mention your request.) I ask this for the greater glory of God, for Thine own honour, and for the good of souls, especially for my own. Amen.

Holy Rosary –(at least) 5 decades – 1 Mystery.

Hail Holy Queen and Prayer at end of Rosary (O God, whose only begotten Son…)

 Invocations St Michael and St Joseph, then we invoke our Crusade prayer Group saint – St Benedict – to pray for us,

Prayer to St Michael the Archangel
Then Our Father, Hail Mary and Glory Be for the Holy Father, the Pope.

Sign of the Cross

7. Chaplet of Divine Mercy  (See prayer group guidelines)

Conclude with the Sign of the Cross, then say:

8. Prayer to invoke the Holy Spirit (10th May, 2011 at 16.00 hours):
“Fill me now O Lord with the gift of the Holy Spirit to carry your most Holy Word to sinners who I must help save in Your name. Help me to cover them, through my prayers with your precious blood so that they can be drawn to your Sacred heart. Give me the gift of the Holy Spirit so that these poor souls can revel in your New Paradise.”

9. Crusade Prayer 104 (14th April 2013) “…for every soul you dedicate to My Mercy, I will save a hundred more…” We say this prayer at the end of the Chaplet of Mercy and also after Holy Communion (see message)

10. Litany Prayers 1 – 6

11. Crusade Prayers.
The Core Prayers (Group A), together with one of our other groups of prayers (Group B, C, D, E, F, G) are said. Each Prayer meeting we say the next group. Group J is for priests only and are only said if a priest is present.

12. We finish with Crusade Prayer 96.

13. Sign of the Cross.

14. We say CP 51 (to the Holy Spirit) before opening the Bible and messages from the Book of Truth. There are usually 3 readings chosen from the various Books of Truth and 1 reading from the Bible. They are chosen randomly by whoever volunteers to choose one.

14. We conclude with the sign of the Cross.

15. By this time it is after 12.00 so we choose to say the Angelus and choose a suitable hymn.

16. Time for lunch: Grace before Meals, food and lots of talk and sharing.

17. Grace after Meals.

18. “The remaining Mysteries of the Rosary should also be prayed if time allows the group to do this together.  If not all can remain for the final Mysteries, it is recommended that those who are able, remain to pray them.” (see guidelines) 

Note: Our Prayer Group format was revised on 7th June. 2017 after referring back to Prayer Group guidelines.