Prayer to Jesus Abandoned

Posted on April 13, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Prayer to Jesus Abandoned
With Mary Immaculate, let us adore, thank, implore and console, the Most Beloved and Sacred Heart of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.
O Divine Jesus, lonely tonight in so many Tabernacles, without visitor or worshipper I offer Thee my poor heart. May its every throb be an act of love for Thee.
Thou art always watching beneath the Sacramental Veils; in Thy Love Thou dost never sleep and Thou art never weary of Thy vigil for sinners.
O lonely Jesus, may the flame of my heart burn and beam always in company with Thee.O Sacrament most Holy, O Sacrament Divine! All praise and all thanksgiving be every momentThine!

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At the Elevation of the Sacred Host

O MY Savior! with sincere humility I adore Thee, and offer Thee up, by the hands of the priest, to Thy Heavenly Father in reparation for my sins and for the sins of the whole world.

At the Elevation of the Chalice

Most Precious Blood, flow on my soul and sanctify it! May the love through which Thou wast shed for me be enkindled in my heart, and purify it!
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Suzanne Wrotnowksa (Mother Marie des Douleurs) prayed in the crypt of the basilica of Montmartre on the morning of April 11, 1930:
Behold, we are Yours;make us whatever You will.
We ask to be little hosts immolated on the altar of Your Heart.
We have only one desire:it burns intensely,and You have put it in our souls:
we want our lives to be but a moment of Your Passion.
We do not want to die without having fulfilled in our flesh what is lacking to Your sufferings for the sake of Your Body which is the Church.
We are happy to surrender ourselves entirely to You by this consecration;
we renounce once and for all the right to dispose of ourselves.
O Divine Master,we place our life in Your hands with an immense confidence,
becoming, as it were, strangers to ourselves.
Make use of us as You please.
In the fire of Your infinite love consume us.
Take us, like little hosts, into Yourself forever . . . .

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