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One Minute Reflection – 12 February – The Memorial of St Julian the Hospitaller (unknown date of birth and death)

One Minute Reflection – 12 February – The Memorial of St Julian the Hospitaller (unknown date of birth and death)

I was ill and you comforted me…..
As often as you did it for one
of my least brothers, you did it for me…….Matthew 25:26,40matthew-25-36,40-2017

REFLECTION – “Before all things and above all things, care must be taken of the sick. They must be served in every deed as Christ Himself.”…………….St Benedictbefore-all-things-and-above-all-things-stbenedict-12 feb 2017

PRAYER – Jesus, infinite Healer, teach me to visit and comfort the sick.   Help me always to see You in them and not count the cost. St Julian, you were a perfect example of giving your utmost love to the sick, please pray for us, amen!st julian the hospitaller - pray for us - 12 feb 2018

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