Old sins in New Town

O Jesus, my Saviour and Redeemer, Son of the Living God, behold, we kneel before thee and offer thee our reparation: we would like to make amends for all the blasphemies uttered against thy holy Name, for all the injuries done to thee in the Blessed Sacrament, for all the irreverence shown toward thine Immaculate Virgin Mother, for all the calumnies and slanders spoken against thy Spouse, the holy Catholic and Roman Church. Jesus, who hast said:”If you ask the Father anything in My Name, I will give it to you”, we pray and beseech thee for all our brethren who are in danger of sin; shield them from every temptation to fall away from the true faith; save those who are even now standing on the brink of the abyss; to all of them give light and knowledge of the truth, courage and strength for the conflict with evil, perseverance in faith and active charity. For this do we pray, most merciful Jesus, in thy Name, unto God the Father, with whom thou livest and reignest in the unity of the Holy Spirit, world without end. Amen.

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7 Responses to Old sins in New Town

  1. JabbaPapa says:

    Amen.

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  2. JabbaPapa says:

    It really is well past time that these blasphemies should be stopped everywhere !!!

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  3. toadspittle says:

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    Absolutely Jab. What I find most offensive is the way he combs his hair to try to create the impression that he’s got a forehead.

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  4. Mimi says:

    Ah, Toad! Your mutant superpower must be the uncanny ability to home in unerringly on the inessentials. Nothing irrelevant will ever escape Toad’s notice! 😉

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  5. kathleen says:

    It really is well past time that these blasphemies should be stopped everywhere !!!”

    I’m sure everyone would agree with you Jabba. I just cannot understand why the Bishops in question allow these ‘blasphemies‘ to continue in their dioceses.

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  6. toadspittle says:

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    I’m sure everyone would agree with you Jabba. I just cannot understand why the Bishops in question allow these ‘blasphemies‘ to continue in their dioceses.

    Not sureeveryone would agreee, Kathleen. “Gays” wouldn’t (at least, I assume not)
    And as to why some bishops allow this sort of thing in their own backyard, I can think of one possible and obvious reason.

    But I will forbear to mention it here. (Insert winking, smiley face.)

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  7. toadspittle says:

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    “Nothing irrelevant will ever escape Toad’s notice!”

    Mimi very perceptively points out.

    The Devil is, of course, in the details. Or so they say.

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