When do Catholics pray?
They are supposed to pray at Mass on Sunday and certain holy days and to keep prayer a regular part of their lives. Other than attending Mass when required there are no explicit requirements as to when Catholics must pray. Generally, whenever they want to, they pray.
Catholics *really* pray to God, the God of Abraham, Issac, and Joseph; the God of Moses. Catholics pray to His Son, Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ, and to the Holy Spirit. In other words, Catholics pray to the Trinity, the God who created the entire universe and Who holds it in existence. But the Trinity is three Persons in One God, NOT three Gods.
Above all, Roman Catholics pray to God- God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Roman Catholics also pray to the saints, who are those who have lived well and so are in heaven. Roman Catholics pray to saints for their intercession before God and for their help. Most saints are patrons of some situation; for example, St. Jude is the patron of lost causes, so Roman Catholics pray to him when what they…
Catholics pray the Rosary because it will give them graces granted by Mary, the Virgin Mother of God. Also, those who pray the Rosary will be granted a plenary indulgence, that is, something that takes away ALL the punishments due to sins already forgiven. Also, these graces help Catholics (and even non-Catholics who pray the Rosary fervently) to get to Heaven.