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One Minute Reflection – 17 August – The Memorial of St Hyacinth of Poland

One Minute Reflection – 17 August – The Memorial of St Hyacinth of Poland

Come, blessed of my Father, possess the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world…Matthew 25:34

REFLECTION – “Mary, the Mother of our Lord, accompanied by the choirs of Angels, will come to meet you. What a day of joy that will be for you!”….St Jerome (343-420) Doctor of the Church

mnary the moher of our lord - st jerome

PRAYER – O Mary, Mother of God and my mother, watch over me at every moment and keep me free from sin. Then upon my death, come to meet me and lead me to my eternal home in heaven. As you, St Hyacinth, took Mary with you and she made smooth your path, pray that we too may always ‘take Mary with us’ to lead us safely home to her son, who is our Lord, amen.

st hyacinth of poland pray for us

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