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Our Morning Offering – 23 December

Our Morning Offering – 23 December

We love You, O God
and desire to love You more and more.
Grant that we may love You
as we wish to love You
and as we should love You.
O dearest Friend who has loved us
so deeply and redeemed us;
come and take Your place in our hearts.
Watch over our lips, our steps and our deeds
and we no longer fear for soul and body.
Yes, give us love, most precious of gifts,
which knows no enemies.
Give our hearts that pure love borne of
our love for us, that we may love others
as You love us.
O most loving Father of Jesus Christ
from whom all love flows, grant that our hearts,
frozen in sin and grown cold toward You,
may be warmed in the divine glow.
Help and bless us in your Son.
Amen
Excerpt from a Prayer of St Anselm of Canterbury

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2 thoughts on “Our Morning Offering – 23 December

  1. I have been reading St. Anselm’s Proslogium. Such a wise Saint so humbly, almost to frustration, trying to penetrate the depths of who and how God is…very moving.

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  2. I do so love his prayers but sometimes they are a bit too wordy, though never a word that does not give homage. You are a brave man – have you also read Aquinas’s Summa?

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