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We offer to the Most Holy Trinity
the merits of Jesus Christ,
in thanksgiving for the most precious Blood
which He shed in the garden for us;
and by His merits we beseech the Divine Majesty
for pardon of our sins.

Our Father...
Hail Mary...
Glory Be To The Father...

We offer to the Most Holy Trinity
the merits of Jesus Christ,
in thanksgiving for His most precious death
endured on the Cross for us;
and by His merits,
we beseech the Divine Majesty
for the remission of the pains due to our sins.

Our Father...
Hail Mary...
Glory Be To The Father...

We offer to the Most Holy Trinity
the merits of Jesus Christ,
in thanksgiving for His unspeakable,
by which He descended from heaven
to earth to take human flesh,
and to suffer and die for us upon the Cross;
and by His merits we beseech the Divine Majesty
to bring out souls to the glory of heaven after our death.
Our Father...
Hail Mary...
Glory Be To The Father...


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An Act of Abandonment (by Saint Francis De Sales)

O my God, I thank you and I praise you for accomplishing your holy and all-lovable will without any regard for mine. With my whole heart, in spite of my heart, do I receive this cross I feared so much! It is the cross of Your choice, the cross of Your love. I venerate it; nor for anything ... continue reading

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St. Francis de Sales
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