Saint Expedite Oil is for rapid solutions to problems, if you wish to avoid or put an end to delays, and want general financial success. His aid is also sought by those who wish to overcome procrastination as a personal bad habit, as well as by shop-keepers and sailors. Saint Expedite's feast day is April 19.
You will need an image of him (a framed photograph, prayer card, or statue). A glass of water and a red candle anointed with our Saint Expedite oil and a vase of flowers if possible. The only other addition will be a petition written on a piece of white paper and placed under the candle. Say the following once you have set the altar to him and lit his candle.
"Saint Expedite, you lay in rest. I come to you and ask that this wish be granted. ____________ (Express exactly what you want, and ask him to find a way to get it to you.) Expedite now what I ask of you. Expedite now what I want of you, this very second. Don't waste another day. Grant me what I ask for. I know your power, I know you because of your work. I know you can help me. Do this for me and I will spread your name with love and honor so that it will be invoked again and again. Expedite this wish with speed, love, honor, and goodness. Glory to you, Saint Expedite! "
Recite the prayer once a day until your prayer is answered. Allow the candle to burn each day as well. Once the petition or wish has been granted, legend tells that you must offer him a glass of red wine and some pound cake. Some variations on the offerings can be the whole pound cake or slices arranged on a plate with a coin (usually a dime) placed on top. It can be Sara Lee cake from the store, he likes it just as well as home-made. Once a few days have passed, take the cake outside for the birds and pour the wine and water as a libation to the earth. Give the coins to the poor. You must also tell a friend of how Saint Expedite has helped you or he will take back the help plus some, and will not help you again. We have worked with Saint Expedite with great results for my clients and myself.