Beautiful Short Prayer to Our Lady Written by St. Athanasius and a Powerful Prayer of Supplication to the Most Holy Trinity

St. Athanasius, known as the "champion of orthodoxy," was  born about the year 297, in Alexandria. His feast day is May 2nd and he is the patron saint of Orthodoxy and the Handicapped. 
Here is a beautiful short prayer written by Saint Athanasius from
 the Glories of Mary by St. Alphonsus:
 Give ear to our prayers, O most Holy Virgin, and be mindful of us. Dispense unto us the gifts of thy riches, and the abundance of the graces with which thou art filled. The archangel saluted thee, and called thee full of grace. All nations call thee blessed. The whole hierarchy of heaven blesses thee: and we, who are of the terrestrial hierarchy, also address thee, saying : Hail, O full of grace, our Lord is with thee; pray for us, O Holy Mother of God, our Lady and our Queen. Amen.

Powerful Prayer of Supplication To The Most Holy Trinity

Most holy, most august, most amiable and divine Trinity, I fall prostrate before the throne of Thy immense majesty, and full of the sweetest confidence, I present to Thee the merits of this, Thy servant, and those, moreover, of holy Mary, whom Thou hast given me as a most loving Mother, Queen, and Advocate. Therefore, I beseech Thee, in view of their merits, be pleased to grant me the graces which I particularly desire . . . . O Lord, I hope in Thee, let me not be confounded. Grant my prayer, O Lord, and have pity on me.

Ant. Well done, thou good and faithful servant; because thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will place thee over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy Lord.
V. The Lord led the just man through right paths, And showed him the kingdom of God.

Let us pray:
May the intercession of the blessed Athanasius we beseech Thee, O Lord, commend us to Thee; that what we cannot obtain by our own merits, we may receive by his patronage; through our Lord. Amen