(Hymn to Our Lady of Knock, Ireland)

Golden Rose, Queen of Ireland,
all my cares and troubles cease
as we kneel with love before you,
Lady of Knock, my Queen of Peace
There were people of all ages
gathered 'round the gable wall
poor and humble men and women,
little children that you called
We are gathered here before you,
and our hearts are just the same
filled with joy at such a vision,
as we praise your name
Golden Rose, Queen of Ireland,
all my cares and troubles cease
as we kneel with love before you,
Lady of Knock, my Queen of Peace
Though your message was unspoken,
still the truth in silence lies
as we gaze upon your vision,
and the truth I try to find
here I stand with John the teacher,
and with Joseph at your side
and I see the Lamb of God,
on the Altar glorified
Golden Rose, Queen of Ireland,
all my cares and troubles cease
as we kneel with love before you,
Lady of Knock, my Queen of Peace
And the Lamb will conquer
and the woman clothed in the sun
will shine Her light on everyone
Yes, the lamb will conquer
and the woman clothed in the sun,
will shine Her light on everyone
Golden Rose, Queen of Ireland,
all my cares and troubles cease
as we kneel with love before you,
Lady of Knock, my Queen of Peace

JOHN CONNORS: For love of You, dear Jesus, I offer all my pain and suffering of this day for the salvation of souls.


HOLY NAME OF JESUS, SAINT BERNARDINE OF SIENA: Glorious name, gracious name, name of love and of power! Through you sins are forgiven, through you enemies are vanquished, through you the sick are freed from their illness, through you those suffering in trials are made strong and cheerful. You bring honor to those who believe, you teach those who preach, you give strength to the toiler, you sustain the weary.

     SAINT AUGUSTINE: Where did I find you, that I came to know you? You were not within my memory before I learned of you. Where, then, did I find you before I came to know you, if not within yourself, far above me? We come to you and go from you, but no place is involved in this process. In every place, O Truth, you are present to those who seek your help, and at one and the same time you answer all, though they seek your counsel on different matters. You respond clearly, but not everyone hears clearly. All ask what they wish, but do not always hear the answer they wish. Your best servant is he who is intent not so much on hearing his petition answered, as rather on willing whatever he hears from you. Late have I loved you, O beauty ever ancient, ever new, late have I loved you! You were within me, but I was outside, and it was there that I searched for you. In my unloveliness I plunged into the lovely things which you created. You were with me, but I was not with you. Created things kept me from you; yet if they had not been in you they would not have been at all. You called, you shouted, and you broke through my deafness. You flashed, you shone, and you dispelled my blindness. You breathed your fragrance on me; I drew in breath and now I pant for you. I have tasted you; now I hunger and thirst for more. You touched me, and I burned for your peace. When once I shall be united to you with my whole being, I shall at last be free of sorrow and toil. Then my life will be alive, filled entirely with you. When you fill someone, you relieve him of his burden, but because I am not yet filled with you, I am a burden to myself. My joy when I should be weeping struggles with my sorrows when I should be rejoicing. I know not where victory lies. Woe is me! Lord, have mercy on me! My evil sorrows and good joys are at war with one another. I know not where victory lies. Woe is me! Lord, have mercy! Woe is me! I make no effort to conceal my wounds. You are my physician, I your patient. you are merciful; I stand in need of mercy. Is not the life of man upon earth a trial? Who would want troubles and difficulties? You command us to endure them, not to love them. No person loves what he endures, though he may love the act of enduring. For even if he is happy to endure his own burden, he would still prefer that the burden not exist. I long for prosperity in times of adversity, and I fear adversity when times are good. Yet what middle ground is there between these two extremes where the life of man would be other than trial? Pity the prosperity of this world, pity it once and again, for it corrupts joy and brings the fear of adversity. Pity the adversity of this world, pity it again, then a third time; for it fills men with a longing for prosperity, and because adversity itself is hard for them to bear and can even break their endurance. Is not the life of man upon earth a trial, a continuous trial? All my hope lies only in your great mercy.

 POPE CLEMENT XI: Lord, I believe in You: increase my faith. I trust in You: strengthen my trust. I love You: let me love You more and more. I am sorry for my sins: deepen my sorrow. I worship You as my first beginning, I long for You as my last end, I praise You as my constant helper, and I call on You as my loving protector. Guide me by Your wisdom, correct me with Your justice, comfort me with Your mercy, protect me with Your power. I offer You, Lord, my thoughts: to be fixed on You;my words: to have You for their theme; my actions: to reflect my love for You; my sufferings: to be endured for Your greater glory. I want to do what You ask of me: in the way You ask, for as long as You ask, because You ask it. Lord, enlighten my understanding, strengthen my will, purify my heart, and make me holy. Help me to repent of my past sins and to resist temptation in the future. Help me to rise above my human weaknesses and to grow stronger as a Christian. Let me love You, my Lord and my God, and see myself as I really am: a pilgrim in this world, a Christian called to respect and love all whose lives I touch, those in authority over me or those under my authority, my friends and my enemies. Help me to conquer anger with gentleness, greed by generosity, apathy by fervor. Help me to forget myself and reach out toward others. Make me prudent in planning, courageous in taking risks. Make me patient in suffering, unassuming in prosperity. Keep me, Lord, attentive at prayer, temperate in food and drink, diligent in my work, firm in my good intentions. Let my conscience be clear, my conduct without fault, my speech blameless, my life well ordered. Put me on guard against my human weaknesses. Let me cherish Your love for me, keep Your law, and come at last to Your salvation. Teach me to realize that this world is passing, that my true future is the happiness of heaven, that life on earth is short, and that the life to come is eternal. Help me to prepare for death with a proper fear of judgment, but a greater trust in Your goodness. Lead me safely through death to the endless joy of heaven. Grant this through Christ our Lord. Amen

SACRED HEART CHURCH, ROBLIN, MANITOBA: Jesus, I love you! I am sorry for my sins. I thank You for dying on the cross for me. I celebrate Your resurrection this beautiful day by giving my life to You. I invite You into my life, into my home, into my business, into my school, into my recreation, into wherever I am!
Come, lord Jesus. I truly accept You as my Lord and my God and my Savior. Come now and fill me with Your spirit. Fill me, Lord Jesus, with Your Holy Spirit. Fill me, Lord Jesus, with Your Love and send me forth to my family and friends to share with them Your Love and Your concern. Jesus, I love You and I shall follow You as Your disciple every day of my life.

A CHILD IN FERGUS, ONTARIO, MAY 3, 1989: Source of all goodness, Creator of Heaven and Earth, we praise You, we thank You for all the love we have received. Source of the wind that blows wherever the spirit wills, we ask You to fill us with Your love. Give us hearts that will share with everyone who crosses our path this day. Give us hearts that reach out to neighbors over the garden fence that cross our parish boundaries, that reach out beyond all borders to search out people everywhere. Give us hearts as big as the world, so that Your love and peace may be made visible everywhere! Amen!

OUR LADY OF SORROWS: Father, as Your Son was raised on the cross, His mother Mary stood by Him, sharing His sufferings. May Your Church be united with Christ in His suffering and death and so come to share in His rising to new life, where He lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. AMEN!

Mary, Mother of God, dearest Mother of Sorrows, Blessed Virgin Mary, Blessed Mother of Love, help me to see God's love for me today like I've never seen His love for me before.

GUARDIAN ANGELS: God our Father, in Your loving providence You send Your holy angels to watch over us. Hear our prayers, defend us always by their protection and let us share Your life with them forever. We ask this through Christ, our Lord...

Angel of God, my guardian dear,
to whom God's love commits me here,
ever this day be at my side,
to light and guard, to rule and guide. Amen!

SAINT PADRE PIO: God our Father, in Saint Padre Pio You gave a light to Your faithful people and You made him a pastor in Your Church to feed Your sheep with his words and to teach them by his example. Help us by his prayers to keep the faith he taught and to follow the way of life he showed us. We ask this through Christ our Lord.
Almighty ever-living God, Who, by a singular grace, gave the Priest Saint Pius a share in the Cross of Your Son and, by means of his ministry, renewed the wonders of Your mercy, grant that through his intercession we may be united constantly to the sufferings of Christ, and so brought happily to the glory of the resurrection. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, Your Son, Who lives and reigns with You in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

Prayer of St John Paul II to Saint Pio of Pietrelcina: Padre Pio, teach us also, we pray, humility of heart, so that we may be among the humble to whom the Father in the Gospel promised to reveal the mysteries of His Kingdom. Obtain for us the eyes of faith that will help us recognize in the poor and suffering, the very face of Jesus. Support us in our hours of trouble and trial and, should we fall, let us experience the joy of the Sacrament of Forgiveness. Teach us tender devotion to Mary, Mother of Jesus and our Mother. Accompany us on our earthly pilgrimage toward the blessed Homeland, where we too, hope to arrive to contemplate forever the Glory of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.   Amen.

 SAINT FAUSTINA: Jesus, Eternal Light, enlighten my mind, strengthen my will, inflame my heart, and be with me as You have promised, for without You I am nothing. You know, Jesus, how weak I am. I do not need to tell You this, for You Yourself know perfectly well how wretched I am. It is in You that all my strength lies.
Eternal Father, I offer You the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Your dearly beloved Son, our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, in atonement for our sins and for those of the whole world! For the sake of His sorrowful Passion have mercy on us and on the whole world…

SAINT Columban, ABBOT: Light everlasting in the Temple of the Eternal High Priest, How blessed, how fortunate, are these servants Whom the Lord will find watchful when He comes! Blessed is the time of waiting, When we stay awake for the Lord, the Creator of the universe Who fills all things, And transcends all things. How I wish He would awaken me, His humble servant, from the sleep of slothfulness. And even though I am of little worth, how I wish He would enkindle me with that fire of divine Love! The flames of His love burn beyond the stars! The longing for His overwhelming delights and the divine fire ever burn within me! How i wish I might deserve to have my lantern always burning at night in the Temple of my Lord to give light to all who enter the House of my God. Give me, I pray You, Lord, in the Name of Jesus Christ, Your Son and my God, that love that does not fail, so that my lantern, burning within me and giving light to others, may be always lighted and never extinguished! Jesus, our most loving Savior, be pleased  to light our lanterns so that they may burn forever in Your Temple, receiving eternal light from You, the eternal light to lighten our darkness and to ward off from us the darkness of the world! Give Your light to my lantern, I beg You, my Jesus, so that by its Light I may see that Holy of Holies which receives You as the Eternal Priest entering among the columns of Your great temple! May I ever see You only, look on You, long for You! May I gaze with love on You alone, and have my lantern burning, shining always in Your presence. Loving Savior, be pleased to show Yourself to us, who knock, so that in knowing You we may love only You, love You alone, desire You alone, contemplate only You day and night, and always think of You! Inspire in us the depth of love that is fitting for You to receive as God. So may Your Love pervade our whole being, Possess us completely, And fill all our senses, That we may know no other love, love for You Who are everlasting! May our love be so great that the many waters of sky and land and sea cannot extinguish it in us! MANY WATERS COULD NOT EXTINGUISH LOVE! May this saying be fulfilled in us also, at least in part, by Your gift, Jesus Christ, To whom be glory for ever and ever! Amen

Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta, longing to love Jesus as He had never been loved before, you gave yourself entirely to Him, refusing Him nothing. In union with the Immaculate Heart of Mary, you accepted His call to satisfy His infinite thirst for love and souls and became a carrier of His love to the poorest of the poor. With loving trust and total surrender you fulfilled His will, witnessing to the joy of belonging totally to Him. You became so intimately united to Jesus, your crucified spouse, that He shared with you the agony of His Heart as He hung upon the Cross. Blessed Mother Teresa, you promised to continuously bring the light of love to those on Earth; pray for us that we also may long to satiate the burning thirst of Jesus by loving Him ardently, sharing in His sufferings joyfully, and serving Him wholeheartedly in our brothers and sisters, especially those most unloved and unwanted. Amen.

Intention For MASS: My purpose is to celebrate Mass today and to make present the Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ according to the rite of the holy Roman Church to the praise of our all powerful God and all His assembly in the glory of Heaven, for my good and the good of all His pilgrim Church on Earth, and for all who have asked me to pray for them in general and in particular, and for the good of the holy Roman Church. May the almighty and merciful Lord grant us joy and peace, amendment of life, room for true repentance, the grace and comfort of the Holy Spirit, and perseverance in good works. Amen

SAINT AMBROSE: Lord Jesus Christ, I approach Your banquet table in fear and trembling, for I am a sinner, and dare not rely on my own worth, but only on Your goodness and mercy. I am defiled by many sins in body and soul, and by my unguarded thoughts and words. Gracious God of majesty and awe, I seek Your protection, I look for Your healing. Poor troubled sinner that I am, I appeal to You, the Fountain of all Mercy. I cannot bear Your judgment, but I trust in Your salvation. Lord, I show my wounds to You and uncover my shame before You. I know my sins are many and great, and they fill me with fear, but I hope in Your mercies, for they cannot be numbered. Lord Jesus Christ, eternal King, God and Man, crucified for mankind, look upon me with mercy and hear my prayer, for I trust in You. Have mercy on me, full of sorrow and sin, for the depth of Your compassion never ends. Praise to You, savings scrifice, offered on the wood of the Cross for me and for all mankind. Praise to the noble and precious blood, flowing from the wounds of my crucified Lord Jesus Christ and washing away the sins of the whole world. Remember, Lord, Your creature, whom You have redeemed with Your blood. I repent my sins, and I long to put right what I have done. Merciful Father, take away all my offenses and sins; purify me in body and soul, and make me worthy to taste the Holy of Holies. May Your body and blood, which I intend to receive, although I am unworthy, be for me the remission of my sins, the washing away of my guilt, the end of my evil thoughts, and the rebirth of my better instincts. May it incite me to do the works pleasing to You and profitable to my health in body and soul, and be a firm defense against the wiles of my enemies. Amen.

SAINT THOMAS AQUINAS: Almighty and ever living God, I approach the Sacrament of Your only begotten Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. I come sick to the doctor of life, unclean to the fountain of mercy, blind to the radiance of eternal light, and poor and needy to the Lord of Heaven and Earth. Lord, in Your great generosity, heal my sickness, wash away my defilement, enlighten my blindness, enrich my poverty, and clothe my nakedness. May I receive the bread of angels, the king of kings and lord of lords, with humble reverence, with the purity and faith, with the repentance and love, and with the determined purpose that will help to bring me to salvation. May I receive the Sacrament of the Lord's Body and Blood, and its reality and power. Kind God, let me receive the Body of Your only begotten Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, born from the womb of the Virgin Mary, and so be received into His mystical body and numbered among His members. Loving Father, as on my earthly pilgrimage I now receive Your beloved Son under the veil of a Sacrament; let me one day see Him face to face in glory, Who lives and reigns with You for ever. Amen.

Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque: Father, let me endure this in the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Your Son, according to His counsels and in reparation for all that is blame-worthy in my thoughts, words, and actions.

Saint Ignatius of Loyola: O Eternal Lord of all things, in the presence of Thy infinite goodness, and of Thy glorious Mother, and of all the saints of Thy heavenly court, this is the offering of myself which I make today with Thy favor and help! I profess that it is my earnest desire and my deliberate choice, provided only that it is for Thy greater service and praise, to imitate Thee in bearing all wrongs, all abuse and all poverty, both actual and spiritual, should Thy holy majesty deign to choose and admit me to such a state and way of life!

A PRAYER FOR LIFE: Loving God, Creator of all we recognize that life is a gift from You. Open our hearts to Your Holy Spirit and renew in us a deep respect for all persons: the family, the unborn, the young, the adult, the sick, the disabled, the abused, the imprisoned, the aged, the dying, the homeless, the unemployed, and the oppressed in any way. Bless all of us in the Diocese of Norwich and instill in us a deep love for Your gift of life. Through the intercession of Mary, Mother and Virgin, may all our words and actions foster reverence for human life. May we be true witnesses to the truth that all life is precious and has sublime dignity. Lead our nation and world to this understanding so that we may be a people dedicated to the protection of all Your sons and daughters. We ask this through Your Son, Jesus Christ, the Word Who became flesh and lived among us. Amen

Lord our God, when your Son was dying on the altar of the cross, he gave us as our mother the one he had chosen to be his own mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary; grant that we who call upon the holy name of Mary, our mother, with confidence in her protection may receive strength and comfort in all our needs." We ask this through Christ, our Lord. AMEN! (Marian Sacramentary)

Saint John de Brebeuf: My sweet Jesus, May I die for Thee as Thou hast so willingly died for me! May I give my life for You, to bring the broken of this world to You, as You laid down Your life to bring me to You!

Lord, have mercy!
Christ, have mercy!
Christ, hear us!
Christ, graciously hear us!
God the Father of Heaven, LORD I LOVE YOU!
God the Son, Redeemer of the world, LORD I LOVE YOU!
God the Holy Spirit, LORD I LOVE YOU!
Holy Trinity, One God, LORD I LOVE YOU!
In all of creation, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all of salvation, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all Holiness, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all of redemption, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In Your Incarnation, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In Your obedience to Your Father, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In Your obedience to Mary and Joseph, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In Your preaching and healing, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In Your feeding and forgiving, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all Your sufferings, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In Your Crucifixion, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In Your death and burial, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In Your Rising from the dead, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In Your Ascension to Your Father, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In Your Gift of the Holy Spirit, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In Your Body and Blood, LORD, I LOVE YOU DEARLY!
In the gift of Your love for me, LORD, I LOVE YOU DEARLY!
In all my peace, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my joys, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my trials, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my pains, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my struggles, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my questions, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my answers, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my unknowing, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my searching, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my finding, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my family, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my friends, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my homes, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my love, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my tears, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my aloneness, Lord, I love You!
In all my brokenness, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my sinfulness, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my forgiveness, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my forgivingness, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all I love, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all who love me, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my work, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my play, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my prayer, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my sharing, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my silence, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my dreams, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my fears, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my hopes, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my disappointments, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my helpers, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all those I help, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my yesterdays, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all my tomorrows, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In my right now, Lord, I love You dearly!
In all Your angels, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In all Your saints, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
In our Blessed Mother Mary, Lord, I love You dearly!
Lamb of God, Who takes away all the sins of the world, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
Lamb of God, Who take away the sins of the world, LORD, I LOVE YOU!
Lamb of God, Who take away the sins of the world, Lord, I love You dearly!
Lord, I love You dearly! May I love You more and more every moment of life that's mine! May my every thought, wish, word, action, breath and heart beat from this moment of life onward be simply and truly a "Lord, I love you! may all that's me and all that's mine, all that's us and all that's ours, exist only to say, to sing, to proclaim, to live, lord, I love you dearly! I ask this special grace of an all-loving heart in your holy name, Jesus Christ, Our Lord! Amen.

Blessed John Newman: God has created me to do Him some definite service. He has committed some work to me which he has not committed to another. I have a mission; I may never know it in this life, but I shall be told it in the next. I am a link in a chain, a bond of connection between persons; He has not created me for naught. I shall do good — I shall do his work. I shall be an angel of peace while not intending it if I do but keep his commandments. Therefore, I will trust him.

Saint Martin of Tours, at Death, with his priests pulling at him to remain with them: lord, if your people still need me here I am ready for the task; your will be done! … that's my very prayer, Daddy, before sight: lord, if I can serve your people more as a blind priest, I am ready for that life; your will be done.

SAINT AGATHA: (WHEN ARRESTED) Jesus Christ, Lord of all things! You see my heart, You know my desires. Possess all that I am—You alone. I am Your sheep; make me worthy to overcome the devil. (In prison) Lord, my creator, You have protected me since I was in the cradle. You have taken me from the love of the world and given me patience to suffer. Now receive my spirit.

Saint James of the Marche: Beloved and most holy word of God! You enlighten the hearts of the faithful, you satisfy the hungry, console the afflicted; you make the souls of all productive of good and cause all virtues to blossom; you snatch souls from the devil's jaw; you make the wretched holy, and men of Earth citizens of Heaven."

Saint Therese of Lisieux: May today there be peace within. May you trust God that you are exactly where you are meant to be. May you not forget the infinite possibilities that are born of faith. May you use those gifts that you have received, and pass on the love that has been given to you. May you be confident knowing you are a child of God. Let this presence settle into your bones, and allow your soul the freedom to sing, dance, praise and love. It is there for each and every one of us.

Lord, make me a servant of Your Peace.
Where there is hatred let me bring Your Love;
Where there is injury, Your Pardon, Lord;
And where there is doubt, true faith in You!
Lord, make me a servant of Your Peace.
Where there is despair in life let me bring Your Hope,
Where there is darkness, light,
And where there is sadness, ever Joy!
O Master, grant that I may never seek
So much to be consoled as to console,
To be understood as to understand,
To be loved as to love with all my soul!
Help me to remember always
That it is in giving that I shall receive,
In forgiving that I shall be forgiven,
And in dying that I shall be born to Eternal Life!

Christ with me.
Christ before me.
Christ behind me.
Christ in me.
Christ beneath me.
Christ above me.
Christ on my right.
Christ on my left.
Christ when I lie down.
Christ when I rise.
Christ in the heart of all who think of me.
Christ in the mouth of all who speak about me.
Christ in the eye of all who  look at me.
Christ in the ear of all who hear me!!!

Mother of mercy and love, blessed Virgin Mary, I am a poor and unworthy sinner, and I turn to You in confidence and love. You stood by Your Son as He hung dying on the cross. Stand also by me, a poor sinner, and by all the priests who are offering Mass today here and throughout the entire Church. Help us to offer a perfect and acceptable sacrifice in the sight of the holy and undivided Trinity, our most high God. Amen.

MARY, Gift of Your Son's Love for me, I love and cherish You!
Giver of Your Son's love to me, I love and cherish You!
Sight for my blind eyes, I love and cherish You!
Way to my lonely heart's peace, I love and cherish You!
Vision of God's love for me, I love and cherish You dearly.
Breathe on me, O Breath of God, Fill me with life anew, that I may love the things You love and do what You would do!!! Breathe on me, O Breath of God, until my heart is pure, until with You I have one will, to love and to endure!!! Breathe on me. O Breath of God, my soul with Grace refine, until every earthly part of me glows with Your Fire Divine!!! Breathe on me.
O Breath of God, so I shall never die, but live with You the perfect life in Your eternity. Amen!!!
Lord, help me to live from day to day in such a self forgetful way, that even when I come to pray, my prayer may be for Others!!! Help me in all the work I do to always be sincere and true,and know that all I do for You must needs be done for Others!!! Let self be crucified and slain, and buried deep, and all in vain may efforts be to raise it up again, unless to live for Others!!! And when my work on this Earth is done, and my new work in Heaven is begun, let me forget the crown I've won, while living still for others!!! Others, Lord, yes Others, let this my lifetime be, help me to live for Others, that I may  live for Thee. Amen!!!

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