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Saint Francis Borgia - Live in the Spirit of Jesus Christ
 
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Saint Francis Borgia - Live in the Spirit of Jesus Christ
Saint Francis Borgia - Live in the Spirit of Jesus Christ
Saint Francis Borgia - Live in the Spirit of Jesus Christ
Saint Francis Borgia - Live in the Spirit of Jesus Christ
 
 
 

 
 

Saint Francis Borgia by Bartolomé Pérez de la Dehesa (1634-1693); 1675-80; Museo de Prado, Madrid, Spain;
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The Mirror of Christian Actions
Exercises for Performing these Actions in the Spirit of Jesus Christ
Excerpt from the Spiritual works of Saint Francis Borgia


INTRODUCTION

You ought, O devout soul, to make yourself as familiar as you possibly can with these exercises, in order that your actions, which are sterile and imperfect in themselves, may become holy and salutary, and that they may merit to be presented to God as an agreeable sacrifice. You should commence by the ordinary actions of each day, which are common to all; and I can assure you that if you are faithful to this practice, besides acquiring, by degrees, a great facility for acting holy in all the other circumstances of life, you will find in it wondrous sweetness and consolation.

Now, this practice consists in having three motives in each action that you perform: first, to humble yourself before God; second, to thank Him for His graces; third, to ask Him for those of which you have need.

FIRST TREATISE: PART II.

It would render this exercise too long were I to apply this practice to all our actions in detail, which are almost without number. Therefore, I think it is sufficient to have marked, in the first part of this Exercise, those which are common to everyone. Those who, with the desire of greater perfection, would wish to extend this practice to other actions, can make use of the following.

   When standing. - Represent to yourself our Saviour, and reflect on the manner in which He stood before His judges.

   When sitting. - Remember how Jesus Christ being seated, the Jews made Him buffer a thousand outrages, saying to Him in mockery: “ Hail, King of the Jews!”

   When walking. - Think of Jesus Christ going to Samaria and Calvary.

   When you are fatigued.- Recollect how our Saviour, being fatigued on the road, seated Himself on a stone to rest.

   When riding. - Figure to yourself our Lord entering Jerusalem on an ass.

   When visiting the sick. - Think how Jesus Christ not only visited them with much charity, but also cured them.

   When your good works are censured. - Remember how those of our Lord were blamed, all holy as they were, and how they murmured at His curing the sick on the Sabbath day.

   When you are answerd with contempt and treated with disrespect. - Think of the indignity with which our Saviour was treated in the house of Caiphas, when a soldier said insolently to Him: “ Is it thus Thou answerest the High Priest?” and even dared to strike that sacred face, which is the mirror of angels and the consolation of saints.

   When you are hungry. - Consider the hunger which Jesus suffered during the forty days He fasted in the desert.

   When you are cold. - Reflect on the cold which our Infant Saviour endured in the Crib at Bethlehem, when He willed to be born in the severest season of the year, without fire, and without another bed than the straw on which He was laid.

   When you are thirsty. - Think of the vinegar and gall with which He was presented on the cross, when He said: “ I Thirst.”

   When you are disturbed from your sleep. - Recollect how they awoke Jesus Christ when He slept in the vessel.

   When your friends abandon you in want. - Consider how our Lord was forsaken by His disciples at the time of His Passion.

   When you are obliged to leave persons whom you love. - Think of the separation of Jesus Christ from His holy Mother.

   If it happens that you are insulted in public. - Reflect in what state Pilate showed Jesus Christ to the people, saying: “ Behold the Man.”

   If you are accused of any fault of which you are innocent. - Represent to yourself the falsehoods and calumnies with which they charged Him in the house of Caiphas.

   If you are condemned without reason. - Remember the unjust sentence which was pronounced against Jesus Christ.

   When you are ill and endure great pain. - Figure to yourself the scourging, the crowning with thorns, and the crucifixion. Jesus was covered with wounds from the top of His head to the sole of His foot; He wished that no part of His body should be exempt from pain, in order that we might suffer nothing which He had not endured before us, and that we might be obliged to offer all our sufferings to Him.

   Finally, when yon are at the hour of your death, abandon your spirit with lively faith into His hands, and remember the words He said to His Father when dying: “ Father, into Thy hands I commend My spirit.” Thus, by making Him a sacrifice of your life in consideration of His death, you will merit to live eternally with Him in glory. Amen.

(Continued below)


 
The Mirror of Christian Actions
Exercises for Performing these Actions in the Spirit of Jesus Christ
Excerpt from the Spiritual works of Saint Francis Borgia


INTRODUCTION

You ought, O devout soul, to make yourself as familiar as you possibly can with these exercises, in order that your actions, which are sterile and imperfect in themselves, may become holy and salutary, and that they may merit to be presented to God as an agreeable sacrifice. You should commence by the ordinary actions of each day, which are common to all; and I can assure you that if you are faithful to this practice, besides acquiring, by degrees, a great facility for acting holy in all the other circumstances of life, you will find in it wondrous sweetness and consolation.

Now, this practice consists in having three motives in each action that you perform: first, to humble yourself before God; second, to thank Him for His graces; third, to ask Him for those of which you have need.

FIRST TREATISE: PART II.

It would render this exercise too long were I to apply this practice to all our actions in detail, which are almost without number. Therefore, I think it is sufficient to have marked, in the first part of this Exercise, those which are common to everyone. Those who, with the desire of greater perfection, would wish to extend this practice to other actions, can make use of the following.

   When standing. - Represent to yourself our Saviour, and reflect on the manner in which He stood before His judges.

   When sitting. - Remember how Jesus Christ being seated, the Jews made Him buffer a thousand outrages, saying to Him in mockery: “ Hail, King of the Jews!”

   When walking. - Think of Jesus Christ going to Samaria and Calvary.

   When you are fatigued.- Recollect how our Saviour, being fatigued on the road, seated Himself on a stone to rest.

   When riding. - Figure to yourself our Lord entering Jerusalem on an ass.

   When visiting the sick. - Think how Jesus Christ not only visited them with much charity, but also cured them.

   When your good works are censured. - Remember how those of our Lord were blamed, all holy as they were, and how they murmured at His curing the sick on the Sabbath day.

   When you are answerd with contempt and treated with disrespect. - Think of the indignity with which our Saviour was treated in the house of Caiphas, when a soldier said insolently to Him: “ Is it thus Thou answerest the High Priest?” and even dared to strike that sacred face, which is the mirror of angels and the consolation of saints.

   When you are hungry. - Consider the hunger which Jesus suffered during the forty days He fasted in the desert.

   When you are cold. - Reflect on the cold which our Infant Saviour endured in the Crib at Bethlehem, when He willed to be born in the severest season of the year, without fire, and without another bed than the straw on which He was laid.

   When you are thirsty. - Think of the vinegar and gall with which He was presented on the cross, when He said: “ I Thirst.”

   When you are disturbed from your sleep. - Recollect how they awoke Jesus Christ when He slept in the vessel.

   When your friends abandon you in want. - Consider how our Lord was forsaken by His disciples at the time of His Passion.

   When you are obliged to leave persons whom you love. - Think of the separation of Jesus Christ from His holy Mother.

   If it happens that you are insulted in public. - Reflect in what state Pilate showed Jesus Christ to the people, saying: “ Behold the Man.”

   If you are accused of any fault of which you are innocent. - Represent to yourself the falsehoods and calumnies with which they charged Him in the house of Caiphas.

   If you are condemned without reason. - Remember the unjust sentence which was pronounced against Jesus Christ.

   When you are ill and endure great pain. - Figure to yourself the scourging, the crowning with thorns, and the crucifixion. Jesus was covered with wounds from the top of His head to the sole of His foot; He wished that no part of His body should be exempt from pain, in order that we might suffer nothing which He had not endured before us, and that we might be obliged to offer all our sufferings to Him.

   Finally, when yon are at the hour of your death, abandon your spirit with lively faith into His hands, and remember the words He said to His Father when dying: “ Father, into Thy hands I commend My spirit.” Thus, by making Him a sacrifice of your life in consideration of His death, you will merit to live eternally with Him in glory. Amen.

(Continued below)


 
 
 

 
 

Scenes from the Life and Passion of Jesus Christ by Gaudenzio Ferrari (1475-1546), fresco, 1513, Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Varallo Sesia, Italy.
Top row: Annunciation, Nativity, Visit of the Three Magi, Flight to Egypt, Baptism of Christ, Raising of Lazarus , Entry to Jerusalem, Last Supper.
Middle row: Washing of feet, Agony in the Garden, Arrest of Christ, Trial before the Sanhedrin, Trial before Pilate, Flagellation.
Bottom row: Ecce homo, Carrying the cross, Christ falls, Crucifixion, Deposition from the cross, Harrowing of Hell, Resurrection.
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This exercise will be of marvelous utility to those who will practice it with faithfulness and love. But, as most of the things of which we have spoken up to the present, regard only our exterior actions, I have thought that it would be still better to apply this practice to our Interior Actions, and that the advantages which may be drawn from it would be far greater, as those who give themselves to spiritual things feel the necessities of the body much less than those of the soul. Thus, that everyone may find in this exercise what will satisfy his devotion I have added the following considerations.

   When your neighbor regrets the counsel which you had charitably given him. - Offer this refusal to our Lord, in remembrance of how little profit men have drawn from His holy doctrine.

   When you see your brother offend God, and when you feel grieved at it. - Offer your grief to Jesus Christ, and reflect on the displeasure which He showed, when He publicly drove from the Temple those who profaned it by their traffic.

   If any of your friends stray from the path of virtue. - Think of the misfortune of Judas, who abandoned the source of all good; and try to feel the same feeling at the fall of your friend as Jesus felt at that of His Apostle.

   When it happend that you reflect on the small number of zealous pastors there are in the Church. - Remember how our Lord complained, when He said these words: “ The harvest, indeed, is great, but the laborers are few.” (Luke x. 19.)

   When God gives you grace to weep for your sins. - Join your grief to that which your sins caused Jesus Christ, Who knew them long before you had committed them. Unite them to that which He Himself suffered to efface them. Bless Him, and return Him a thousand thanks for having been willing to afflict Himself for your offenses.

   When you see any one fall who is already advanced in the way of perfection. - Think of the sorrow our Lord felt at the fall of Saint Peter, who had already recognized Him as the Son of the Living God, and who had seen Him transfigured on Mount Tabor.

   When you are attacked with the temptations of the devil. - Remember those with which Jesus Christ was assailed in the desert.

   When you are afflicted at seeing that the wicked cannot endure the company of the good. - Consider how our Savior was persecuted by a people whom He had laden with benefits, and to whom He had given the sincerest proofs of His love and of His charity.

   When you reflect on the crimes of a town, or of an entire nation. - Join the sorrow you feel for them to the tears which our Lord shed over the destruction of Jerusalem.

   When you know that any one has fallen into infidelity or doubt. - Feel afflicted at this, and think at the same time of the displeasure which Jesus Christ felt at seeing that His disciples, by their want of faith had lost the power of casting out devils, which made Him say these words: “ O, incredulous generation, how long shall I be with you? How long shall I suffer you?”

   When the wicked insult the good. - Remember the insults which our Redeemer endured on the cross, when they said to Him in mockery: “ He saved others, Himself He cannot save.”

   When you see some one die who has led a wicked life. - Think with sorrow on what our Lord felt when considering how few persons would profit by His death and by His blood.

   When your prayer is accompanied by aridity and desolation. - Call to mind what Jesus Christ suffered, when He said to His Father: “ My God, My God, why hast Thou forsaken Me?”

   When you hear any one blaspheme the name of God. - Imagine the affliction our Lord felt at knowing that His name, all holy as it is, would be blasphemed by men.

   When your soul feels separated from God, and sighs to be reunited to Him by charity, and to be delivered from the dangers of this state. - Consider what the Heart of Jesus suffered, when in His infinite charity He asked for us, from His Eternal Father, that we might be united to Him, in these wonderful words:” That they may be one, as Thou, Father, in Me, and I in Thee; that they also may be one in us.” (John, xvii. 21.)


Who then is so negligent and so little desirous for his own good, as to refuse the precious manna and inestimable treasures of grace which are offered to him? Who will be ungrateful enough towards Jesus Christ, not to testify his love for Him by the practice of at least a part of these exercises we have proposed; exercises which are so excellent, so full of love, and so necessary to salvation?

O, devout soul, deprive not yourself of so great a blessing: consider that what your God asks of you is little, in comparison to what He Himself promises you in return. He asks from you those things only which you are obliged to do every day, and which are common to everybody; and He asks them from you only that they may not be lost to yourself.

In a word, you must walk, you must eat, you must work, you must sometimes fall ill, and, finally, you must die. And furthermore, it is certain if you do all these things only for your own satisfaction, or to please the world, they will be all the more difficult, inasmuch as you will find no solid consolation by doing them with this view, and there will remain for you nothing but grief and remorse for having labored without result.

Consider, therefore, seriously, if you wish in future to suffer the crosses you meet with for the love of Jesus Christ, you will find consolation in your troubles, because our Lord is always in the company of the afflicted; and you will finally receive a recompense which “the eye hath not seen, the ear hath not heard, nor hath it entered into the heart of man to conceive.”

Oh! how unspeakable is the happiness which God has prepared for those who serve Him, and how much ought we not to regret the many opportunities we have lost of meriting it, and how earnestly should we avail ourselves of every opportunity that will in future present itself.

For it is certain that if we apply our senses, and the powers of our soul, in following the path which Jesus Christ has marked out for us, all our actions will be holy, and our conscience will remind us of what our Lord said in the Gospel: “He that followeth Me, walketh not in darkness,” (John, viii. 12), because Jesus is “the true light which enlighteneth every man that cometh into this world,” (John, i. 9); and He has been the pilot of all those who have arrived at the port of eternal life, which I pray we may also reach by His grace, there to bless the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, for ever and ever. Amen.



 

This exercise will be of marvelous utility to those who will practice it with faithfulness and love. But, as most of the things of which we have spoken up to the present, regard only our exterior actions, I have thought that it would be still better to apply this practice to our Interior Actions, and that the advantages which may be drawn from it would be far greater, as those who give themselves to spiritual things feel the necessities of the body much less than those of the soul. Thus, that everyone may find in this exercise what will satisfy his devotion I have added the following considerations.

   When your neighbor regrets the counsel which you had charitably given him. - Offer this refusal to our Lord, in remembrance of how little profit men have drawn from His holy doctrine.

   When you see your brother offend God, and when you feel grieved at it. - Offer your grief to Jesus Christ, and reflect on the displeasure which He showed, when He publicly drove from the Temple those who profaned it by their traffic.

   If any of your friends stray from the path of virtue. - Think of the misfortune of Judas, who abandoned the source of all good; and try to feel the same feeling at the fall of your friend as Jesus felt at that of His Apostle.

   When it happend that you reflect on the small number of zealous pastors there are in the Church. - Remember how our Lord complained, when He said these words: “ The harvest, indeed, is great, but the laborers are few.” (Luke x. 19.)

   When God gives you grace to weep for your sins. - Join your grief to that which your sins caused Jesus Christ, Who knew them long before you had committed them. Unite them to that which He Himself suffered to efface them. Bless Him, and return Him a thousand thanks for having been willing to afflict Himself for your offenses.

   When you see any one fall who is already advanced in the way of perfection. - Think of the sorrow our Lord felt at the fall of Saint Peter, who had already recognized Him as the Son of the Living God, and who had seen Him transfigured on Mount Tabor.

   When you are attacked with the temptations of the devil. - Remember those with which Jesus Christ was assailed in the desert.

   When you are afflicted at seeing that the wicked cannot endure the company of the good. - Consider how our Savior was persecuted by a people whom He had laden with benefits, and to whom He had given the sincerest proofs of His love and of His charity.

   When you reflect on the crimes of a town, or of an entire nation. - Join the sorrow you feel for them to the tears which our Lord shed over the destruction of Jerusalem.

   When you know that any one has fallen into infidelity or doubt. - Feel afflicted at this, and think at the same time of the displeasure which Jesus Christ felt at seeing that His disciples, by their want of faith had lost the power of casting out devils, which made Him say these words: “ O, incredulous generation, how long shall I be with you? How long shall I suffer you?”

   When the wicked insult the good. - Remember the insults which our Redeemer endured on the cross, when they said to Him in mockery: “ He saved others, Himself He cannot save.”

   When you see some one die who has led a wicked life. - Think with sorrow on what our Lord felt when considering how few persons would profit by His death and by His blood.

   When your prayer is accompanied by aridity and desolation. - Call to mind what Jesus Christ suffered, when He said to His Father: “ My God, My God, why hast Thou forsaken Me?”

   When you hear any one blaspheme the name of God. - Imagine the affliction our Lord felt at knowing that His name, all holy as it is, would be blasphemed by men.

   When your soul feels separated from God, and sighs to be reunited to Him by charity, and to be delivered from the dangers of this state. - Consider what the Heart of Jesus suffered, when in His infinite charity He asked for us, from His Eternal Father, that we might be united to Him, in these wonderful words:” That they may be one, as Thou, Father, in Me, and I in Thee; that they also may be one in us.” (John, xvii. 21.)


Who then is so negligent and so little desirous for his own good, as to refuse the precious manna and inestimable treasures of grace which are offered to him? Who will be ungrateful enough towards Jesus Christ, not to testify his love for Him by the practice of at least a part of these exercises we have proposed; exercises which are so excellent, so full of love, and so necessary to salvation?

O, devout soul, deprive not yourself of so great a blessing: consider that what your God asks of you is little, in comparison to what He Himself promises you in return. He asks from you those things only which you are obliged to do every day, and which are common to everybody; and He asks them from you only that they may not be lost to yourself.

In a word, you must walk, you must eat, you must work, you must sometimes fall ill, and, finally, you must die. And furthermore, it is certain if you do all these things only for your own satisfaction, or to please the world, they will be all the more difficult, inasmuch as you will find no solid consolation by doing them with this view, and there will remain for you nothing but grief and remorse for having labored without result.

Consider, therefore, seriously, if you wish in future to suffer the crosses you meet with for the love of Jesus Christ, you will find consolation in your troubles, because our Lord is always in the company of the afflicted; and you will finally receive a recompense which “the eye hath not seen, the ear hath not heard, nor hath it entered into the heart of man to conceive.”

Oh! how unspeakable is the happiness which God has prepared for those who serve Him, and how much ought we not to regret the many opportunities we have lost of meriting it, and how earnestly should we avail ourselves of every opportunity that will in future present itself.

For it is certain that if we apply our senses, and the powers of our soul, in following the path which Jesus Christ has marked out for us, all our actions will be holy, and our conscience will remind us of what our Lord said in the Gospel: “He that followeth Me, walketh not in darkness,” (John, viii. 12), because Jesus is “the true light which enlighteneth every man that cometh into this world,” (John, i. 9); and He has been the pilot of all those who have arrived at the port of eternal life, which I pray we may also reach by His grace, there to bless the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, for ever and ever. Amen.



 
 
 

 
 

Crucifix and Tabernacle, Church of Saint Francis Borgia, Madrid, Spain; commons.wikimedia.org

 
 
 
 
 
October 10 - Saint Francis Borgia, S.J. (1510-1572) - Live in he Spirit of Jesus Christ


 
 

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OUR FATHER

Our Father, Who Art In Heaven
Hallowed Be Thy Name.
Thy Kingdom come,
Thy Will be done
On earth as it is in Heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread
And forgive us our trespasses
As we forgive those who trespass against us.
Liberate us from all temptation[*]
And deliver us from all evil. Amen



[*] Liberate us is in keeping with the original Latin text.
       God usually does not "lead us" to temptation
       (unless we are tested),
       but gives us the grace to overcome and/or resist it
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HAIL MARY

Hail Mary, full of grace
The Lord is with thee.
Blessed art though among women,
And blessed is the fruit
Of thy womb, Jesus.
 
Holy Mary, Mary of God
Pray for us sinners
Now, and in the hour
Of our death. Amen


 
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APOSTLE'S CREED
I believe in God, the Father Almighty
Creator of Heaven and earth;
And in Jesus Christ, His Only Son, our Lord;
Who was conceived by the
[work and grace of the] Holy Ghost,[*]
Born of the Virgin Mary,
Suffered under Pontius Pilate,
Was crucified, died and was buried.
He descended into the Dead.[**]
On the third day, He rose again;
He ascended into Heaven,
And sits at the right hand of God,
the Father Almighty.
From thence he shall come to judge
the living and the dead.
 
I believe in the Holy Ghost,[*]
The Holy Catholic Church,
The communion of saints,
The forgiveness of sins.
The resurrection of the body,
And life everlasting. Amen

[*] Holy Ghost: may be substituted with the current Holy Spirit.
[**] the Dead: "inferi", the underworld or the dead in Latin.
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GLORIA

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son,
and to the Holy Ghost[*],
as it was in the beginning, is now,
and ever shall be, world without end.
Amen

[*] Holy Ghost: may be substituted with the current Holy Spirit.
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DE PROFUNDIS

Out of the depths I have cried to Thee, O Lord:
Lord, hear my voice.
Let Thine ears be attentive
to the voice of my supplication.

If thou, O Lord, wilt mark iniquities:
Lord, who shall abide it.
For with Thee there is merciful forgiveness:
and because of Thy law,
I have waited for Thee, O Lord.

My soul hath waited on His word:
my soul hath hoped in the Lord.
From the morning-watch even until night,
let Israel hope in the Lord.

For with the Lord there is mercy:
and with Him plenteous redemption.
And He shall redeem Israel
from all her iniquities.

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son,
and to the Holy Ghost[*],
as it was in the beginning, is now,
and ever shall be, world without end.
Amen

[*] Holy Ghost: may be substituted with the current Holy Spirit.
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DE PROFUNDIS

Out of the depths I have cried to Thee, O Lord:
Lord, hear my voice.
Let Thine ears be attentive to the voice
of my supplication.

If thou, O Lord, wilt mark iniquities:
Lord, who shall abide it.
For with Thee there is merciful forgiveness:
and because of Thy law,
I have waited for Thee, O Lord.

My soul hath waited on His word:
my soul hath hoped in the Lord.
From the morning-watch even until night,
let Israel hope in the Lord.

For with the Lord there is mercy:
and with Him plenteous redemption.
And He shall redeem Israel
from all his iniquities.

V. Eternal rest give unto them, O Lord.
R. And let perpetual light shine upon them.
V. From the gate of hell.
R. Deliver their souls, O Lord.
V. May they rest in peace.
R. Amen.
V. O Lord, hear my prayer.
R. And let my cry come unto Thee.
V. The Lord be with you.
R. And with Thy Spirit.

(50 days indulgence to all who pray the De Profundis with V. and R.
"Requiem aeternam" (Eternal Rest) three times a day.
Pope Leo XIII, February 3, 1888)


Let us pray:
O God, the Creator and Redeemer of all
the faithful, we beseech Thee to grant
to the souls of Thy servants the remission
of their sins, so that by our prayers
they may obtain pardon for which they long.
O Lord, who lives and reigns,
world without end. Amen

May they rest in peace. Amen

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PADRE NUESTRO

Padre Nuestro,
que estas en los Cielos
Santificado sea Tu Nombre;
Venga a nosotros tu Reino;
Hágase Tu Voluntad
en la tierra como en el cielo.
Danos hoy nuestro pan de cada día;
Perdona nuestras ofensas,
Como también nosotros
perdonamos a los que nos ofenden,
No nos dejes caer en la tentación,
y líbranos del mal. Amén
 
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AVE MARÍA

Dios te salve, María,
llena eres de gracia;
El Señor es Contigo;
Bendita Tú eres
entre todas las mujeres,
Y bendito es el fruto
De tu vientre, Jesús.
 
Santa María,
Madre de Dios,
Ruega por nosotros
pecadores,
Ahora y en la hora
De nuestra muerte.
Amén
 
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CREDO
Creo en Dios, Padre Todopoderoso,
Creador del cielo y de la tierra.
Creo en Jesucristo,
Su único Hijo, Nuestro Señor,
Que fue concebido por obra
y gracia del Espíritu Santo,
Nació de la Santa María Virgen;
Padeció bajo el poder de Poncio Pilato,
Fue crucificado, muerto y sepultado,
Descendió a los infiernos,
Al tercer día resucitó de entre los muertos,
Subió a los cielos
Y está sentado a la derecha de Dios,
Padre Todopoderoso.
Desde allí ha de venir a juzgar
a los vivos y a los muertos.

Creo en el Espíritu Santo,
La Santa Iglesia Católica,
La comunión de los santos,
El perdón de los pecados,
La resurrección de la carne
Y la vida eterna. Amén
 
 
CERRAR
DE PROFUNDIS

Desde lo hondo a Ti grito, Señor; Señor,
escucha mi voz;
Estén Tus oidos atentos
a la voz de mi súplica.

Si llevas cuenta de los delitos, Señor,
¿quién podrá resistir?
Pero de ti procede el perdón,
y así infundes respeto.
Mi alma espera en el Señor.

Espera en su palabra;
mi alma aguarda al Señor,
más que el centinela la aurora.
Aguarda Israel al Señor.

Como el centinela la aurora;
porque del Señor viene la misericordia.
la redención copiosa;
y Él redimirá a Israel de todos sus delitos.

Gloria al Padre, al Hijo y al
Espíritu Santo,
como es desde el principio,
es ahora y será por los siglos de los siglos.
Amén

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GLORIA

Gloria al Padre, al Hijo y al
Espíritu Santo,
como es desde el principio,
es ahora y será por los siglos de los siglos.
Amén

CERRAR
DE PROFUNDIS y QUE DESCANSEN EN PAZ

Desde lo hondo a Ti grito, Señor;
Señor, escucha mi voz;
Estén Tus oidos atentos a
la voz de mi súplica.

Si llevas cuenta de los delitos, Señor,
¿quién podrá resistir?

Pero de ti procede el perdón,
y así infundes respeto.
Mi alma espera en el Señor.

Espera en su palabra;
mi alma aguarda al Señor,
más que el centinela la aurora.
Aguarda Israel al Señor.

Como el centinela la aurora;
porque del Señor viene la misericordia,
la redención copiosa;
y Él redimirá a Israel de todos sus delitos.

V. Dadles, Señor, a todas las almas
el descanso eterno.
R. Y haced lucir sobre ellas
vuestra eterna luz.
V. Que en paz descansen.
R. Amén.