[quote="Elizium23, post:9, topic:302862"]
You're going to have to cite a source for prayers that say: "[O Mary] we worship thee, we adore thee, we praise thee, we give thee thanks for thy great glory" or "[O Mary] thy kingdom come, thy will be done" or in any way makes her the equivalent of God as an object of worship.
Note that by "Our Mother" I was referring to The Lord's Prayer by title, not just a title of Mary. Same goes for the other titles of prayers and hymns of worships.
The "Our Mother" then is what threw me off. I did not know that you intended it to be a reference to the "Our Father" or Lord's Prayer.
There are many hymns and prayers of praise for Mary.
*O pure and immaculate and likewise blessed Virgin, who art the sinless Mother of thy Son, the mighty Lord of the universe, thou who art inviolate and altogether holy, the hope of the hopeless and sinful, we sing thy praises. We bless thee, as full of every grace, thou who didst bear the God-Man: we all bow low before thee; we invoke thee and implore thine aid. Rescue us, O holy and inviolate Virgin, from every necessity that presses upon us and from all the temptations of the devil. Be our intercessor and advocate at the hour of death and judgement; deliver us from the fire that is not extinguished and from the outer darkness; make us worthy of the glory of thy Son, O dearest and most clement Virgin Mother. Thou indeed art our only hope, most sure and sacred in God's sight, to whom be honor and glory, majesty and dominion, for ever and ever, world without end. Amen.
* - Saint Ephrem the Syrian
There are many more. I'm not going to search for references.