Our Morning Offering – 14 March 2018 – Wednesday of the 4th Week of Lent

Our Morning Offering – 14 March 2018 – Wednesday of the 4th Week of Lent

Prayer in Honour of the Holy Cross
from the Seven Penitential Psalms Devotion

Lord Jesus Christ,
glorious Creator of the World,
splendour of the Father’s glory,
co-eternal with Him and the Holy Spirit,
Who deigned to take flesh of the spotless Virgin
and permitted Your glorious hands to be
fixed to the gibbet of the Cross,
that You might overthrow the gates of hell
and free the human race
from everlasting death,
look down frpm heaven
and have mercy on me,
a wretch borne down by the weight of sin
and polluted by the stains of my many misdeeds,
in Your mercy, do not forsake me,
most loving Jesus
but forgive that which I have sinned.
Hear me, prostrate before Your most
glorious Cross,
that I may stand before You,
pure and pleasing in Your sight,
Who reigns with the Father,
in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, forever and ever.
Amen.prayer in honour of the holy cross from the 7 penitential psalms devotion - prayer 2 - 14 march 2018



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