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Pryers and Devotions for the Sick
« on: May 27, 2017, 03:10:43 PM »
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    Prayers and Devotions for the Sick
    Act of Resignation to the Will of God

    Prayer for Speedy Recovery

    Prayer at the Beginning of an Illness

    Litany of Our Lady of Perpetual Succor

    Litany of the Sick

    Prayer of Supplication
    Prayer for an Unconscious Invalid

    Prayer for the Sick who cannot assist at Holy Mass

    Prayer in Illness of Long Duration

    Prayer to Obtain Assistance in the Hour of Death

    Hail Mary Paraphrased for the Sick

    Aspirations on the Way to Visit the Sick

    Instruction for those who assist the sick and the dying
    Instructions for those who assist the Sick and the Dying

    Prayers for the Sick and Dying

    Resolutions of the Sick

    Thoughts which may be seasonably suggested to the sick

    Some Points to be Particularly Attented

    Instructions for the Sick

    Mary the Health of the Sick

    Consolations and Advantages of Sufferings
    Instructions for the Sick, against different Temptations and Impatience

    Fear of Death

    The Best Dispositions for a Departing Soul

    Short Acts for the Sick

    The Sufferings of this Life

    Special Instructions for the Sick and the Dying

    Recommendations about the Sick

    The Administration of the Blessed Eucharist and Extreme Unction to the Sick and Dying
    Readings: The Sickness of the Body is a Blessing
     to the Soul and The Fever of Sin

    Act of Resignation to the Will of God

    " My Father, if if be possible, let this chalice pass from me: nevertheless, not as I will, but as Thou wilt " (Matt. xxvi. 39). "For what have I in heaven? and besides Thee, what do I desire upon earth? . . . Thou art the God of my heart, and the God that is my portion forever" (Ps. lxxii. 25, 26). As the Lord willeth, so be it. "I will take the chalice of salvation and I will call upon the name of the Lord" (Ps. cxv. 13). "My heart is ready, O God, my heart is ready" (Ps. cvii. 2). Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Illness, pains and death do I accept from Thy hand, O God, willing as I am to suffer for the love of Thee. "Cut, burn, in this life, O Lord, only spare me in the next" (St . Augustine). If Thou wilt, O my God, that I should continue to live longer, let me live only for Thee; if Thou wilt that I die, let me die in Thy peace. O Jesus, to Thee I resign myself; into Thy hands do I commend myself, as Thou didst commend Thyself to Thy heavenly Father. I give myself up to Thee, and all that is mine; dispose of it as Thou pleasest. I am ready to suffer as much and as long as Thy divine wisdom has decreed. My only wish, O Jesus, is that Thy divine will be accomplished; I will live and die according to this will. Amen.

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    Prayer for Speedy Recovery

    O My God, Whom every creature obeys, at Whose command every kind of infirmity or illness is removed, hear my prayer; hold out to me the hand of Thy mercy and cure me of every disorder of body and soul. Send me Thy Holy Spirit, that He may at all times protect, enlighten, visit me, and preserve me from evil of body and soul. Place Thy holy angel at my side, that he may heal me as he healed Tobias of old. May God the Father, Who created me, bless and heal me; may God the Son, Who suffered for me, bless and heal me; may God the Holy Ghost, Who sanctified me in Baptism, bless and heal me! Let the cross of Christ bless me; the cross of Christ heal me; the cross of Christ preserve me, that I may obtain life everlasting. Amen.

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