One of the prayers I try to say every day is the Glory Be:
Glory be to the Father
and to the Son
and to the Holy Spirit,
as it was in the beginning
is now, and ever shall be
world without end. Amen.
This is a doxology, or a liturgical formula of praise to God. The Glory Be has been used in a form similar to what we see above since around the year 529, but it actually comes straight from Sacred Scripture. For example, see 1 Chron 29:11, Phil 4:20, and 2 Cor 13:14.
From Catholic Answers: If at any point in our lives, in joy or in sorrow, in the middle of troubles or struggles, in hope and in fear, when perhaps we cannot find the words, we can always pray perfectly that God may be glorified always, and so we will be praying for all we really want. In a way, we will be praying as God “prays,” since the Savior prayed in the face of his deepest suffering, “Now, Father, glorify your Son with the glory he had before the world began”—that is, “as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.”