Our Morning Offering – 7 April – Easter Saturday and the Memorial of St John Baptiste de La Salle (1651-1719)

Our Morning Offering – 7 April – Easter Saturday and the Memorial of St John Baptiste de La Salle (1651-1719)

LaSallian Prayer

Father in heaven, God of love,
all I have and am is Yours.
Grant that I may become
a living sign of Your compassion in this world.
Grant me the faith
to live my life,
always in the awareness of Your loving presence.
Grant me zeal
to serve without thought of reward,
those to whom you send me.
Grant me charity
to bear the burdens of my brothers and sisters.
Teach me to seek Your Son’s face,
in the last
the lost
and the least.
In whatever I undertake,
may I seek above all things,
to procure Your glory,
as far as I am able
and as You will require of me.
Strengthen me by Your Holy Spirit,
to follow Jesus by living
the commitment I make this day.

LaSallian Invocation:
Live Jesus in our hearts forever!lasallian prayer - father in heaven, god of love - st john baptiste de la salle - 7 april 2018



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