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Old Oct 6, '09, 8:52 am
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Default Robbed again...

I'm in a dangerous situation and beg your prayers for God's mightiest guidance and protection.

Most Holy Trinity, Shepherds of bodies and souls, minds and hearts, preserve us in the Valley of Death and grant us Your abundant life in Christ's peace. Work Your miracles in us as a witness of Your omnipotent providence, and turn all hearts to You and receive our humblest thanks and highest praise,all for Your honor and glory. AMEN
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Old Oct 6, '09, 12:52 pm
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Saint Michael, the Archangel!
Glorious Prince,
chief and champion of the heavenly hosts;
guardian of the souls of men;
conqueror of the rebel angels!
How beautiful art thou,
in thy heaven-made armor.
We love thee,
dear Prince of Heaven!

We, thy happy clients,
yearn to enjoy thy special protection.
Obtain for us from God
a share of thy sturdy courage;
pray that we may have a strong and tender love
for our Redeemer and,
in every danger or temptation,
be invincible against the enemy of our souls.
O standard-bearer of our salvation!
Be with us in our last moments
and when our souls quit this earthly exile,
carry them safely to the judgement seat of Christ,
and may Our Lord and Master
bid thee bear us speedily
to the kingdom of eternal bliss.
Teach us ever to repeat the sublime cry:
"Who is like unto God?"

Saint Joseph, Pray For Us

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Old Oct 7, '09, 5:44 am
St Gabriel St Gabriel is offline
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Praying for your protection from thieves ...

Hail Mary,
full of grace,
the Lord is with thee.
Blessed art thou among women,
and blessed is the fruit of thy womb,
Holy Mary,
Mother of God,
pray for us sinners now,
and at the hour of our death.
"For with God nothing will be impossible! " (Luke 1:37)
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