Memorare ("Remember, O Most Gracious Virgin Mary") is a Roman Catholic prayer seeking the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary.[1] Memorare, from the Latin "Remember", is frequently misattributed to the 12th-century Cistercian monk Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, apparently due to confusion with its 17th-century popularizer, Father Claude Bernard, who stated that he learned it from his own father. It first appears as part of a longer 15th-century prayer, "Ad sanctitatis tuae pedes, dulcissima Virgo Maria."

Modern version

The modern version is taken from that indulgenced by Pope Pius IX in 1846, Raccolta, #339 (S. C. Ind., Dec. 11, 1846; S. P. Ap., Sept. 8, 1935) Encr. Ind. #32:

Other Languages
Deutsch: Memorare
español: Memorare
Esperanto: Memorare
français: Souvenez-vous
Bahasa Indonesia: Memorare
italiano: Memorare
Latina: Memorare
Nederlands: Memorare
polski: Memorare
português: Lembrai-vos
svenska: Memorare
Tagalog: Memorare
Tiếng Việt: Kinh Hãy Nhớ