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Thursday January 25th, 2007 - Prayer of the Week on Sanctity of Life Sunday

Let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy.

O Lord Jesus Christ, the only-begotten Son, Who are in the bosom of the Father, True God, source of life and immortality, Light of Light, Who came into the world to enlighten it: You were pleased to be conceived in the womb of the Virgin Mary for the salvation of our souls by the power of Your All-Holy Spirit. O Master, Who came that we might have life more abundantly, we ask You to enlighten the minds and hearts of those blinded to the truth that life begins at conception and that the unborn in the womb are already adorned with Your image and likeness; enable us to guard, cherish, and protect the lives of all those who are unable to care for themselves. For You are the Giver of Life, bringing each person from non-being into being, sealing each person with divine and infinite love. Be merciful, O Lord, to those who, through ignorance or willfulness, affront Your divine goodness and providence through the evil act of abortion. May they, and all of us, come to the life of Your Truth and glorify You, the Giver of Life, together with Your Father, and Your All-Holy and Life-giving Spirit, now and ever and unto ages of ages. Amen.

Friday January 19th, 2007 - Prayer of the Week on Luke 18:35-43

Let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy.

O Lord You recognized the faith of the Blind Man when he cried out to You for mercy. He was blind physically but could see with his heart that You are the way, the truth and the light. We humbly ask You to open our spiritual eyes so we can see and turn from the path which leads to destruction. Set our feet on the path to salvation and forgive us. May the simple prayer of the Blind Man be on our lips when we pass from this life to the next. We pray in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit Amen.

Thursday January 4th, 2007 - Prayer of the Week on the good works of St. Basil the Great

Let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy.

O Lord we praise and glorify Your work of Salvation by the sacrificial offering of Yourself. You opened the gates of heaven for us and endowed us with gifts of the Holy Spirit. May we emulate the life of St. Basil in doing good works so the gifts You have given us will not be buried or lost like a gold coin. During this coming new year, help us to use them for Your glory and for the building up of Your Holy Church. We pray in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Amen.