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Old Jun 16, '12, 1:22 pm
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That i will continue to do well at overcoming anger and having self control and that i will continue to loose this excess weight and be able to weigh at 220 pounds in the near future, also that i will be healed of my upper respiratory infection
Thank you and God Bless
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Old Jun 16, '12, 2:28 pm
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Dear St. Giuseppe Moscati, true model of Christian doctors, in the exercise of your medical profession, you always took care of both the body and soul of every patient. Look on us, who have recourse to your heavenly intercession, and obtain for us both physical and spiritual health, and a share in the dispensation of heavenly favors.

Soothe the pains of our suffering people; give comfort to the sick, consolation to the afflicted and hope to the despondent.

May our young people find in you an ideal, our workers an example, the aging a comfort, the dying the hope of eternal salvation.

To all of us be a pattern of industriousness, honesty and charity, so we may comply with our Christian duties and glorify God our Father.

Amen.
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Old Jun 16, '12, 2:40 pm
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Memorare (Prayer to Our Lady)
Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary, that never was it known that anyone who fled to your protection, implored your help, or sought your intercession, was left unaided.
Inspired by this confidence, I fly unto you, O Virgin of virgins, my Mother. To you do I come, before you I stand, sinful and sorrowful. O Mother of the Word Incarnate, despise not my petitions, but in your mercy, hear and answer me. Amen
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Praying!
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Old Jun 16, '12, 2:41 pm
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God please guide Taylor and help him achieve his goals and get closer to you, let him dismiss excessive anger and find some balance..

Amen.
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Old Jun 17, '12, 4:48 pm
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Hail Mary...

Amen.

Mother Mary, I recommend Taylor to you. Please help him to be meek and gentle, and ask our Lord to heal his respiratory problem in accordance with His holy will. Amen.
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Old Jun 17, '12, 4:54 pm
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You are in my family's prayers for this evening. May Christ bless you with the tenacity to accomplish what you seek.
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Old Jun 17, '12, 4:55 pm
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May you take comfort in Romans 12:2. Let God transform you at His most perfect will.

God Bless! you always
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Dear St. Giuseppe Moscati, true model of Christian doctors, in the exercise of your medical profession, you always took care of both the body and soul of every patient. Look on us, who have recourse to your heavenly intercession, and obtain for us both physical and spiritual health, and a share in the dispensation of heavenly favors.

Soothe the pains of our suffering people; give comfort to the sick, consolation to the afflicted and hope to the despondent.

May our young people find in you an ideal, our workers an example, the aging a comfort, the dying the hope of eternal salvation.

To all of us be a pattern of industriousness, honesty and charity, so we may comply with our Christian duties and glorify God our Father.

Amen.
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Remembering you in my daily prayers. God bless
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Dear St. Giuseppe Moscati, true model of Christian doctors, in the exercise of your medical profession, you always took care of both the body and soul of every patient. Look on us, who have recourse to your heavenly intercession, and obtain for us both physical and spiritual health, and a share in the dispensation of heavenly favors.

Soothe the pains of our suffering people; give comfort to the sick, consolation to the afflicted and hope to the despondent.

May our young people find in you an ideal, our workers an example, the aging a comfort, the dying the hope of eternal salvation.

To all of us be a pattern of industriousness, honesty and charity, so we may comply with our Christian duties and glorify God our Father.

Amen.
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