A Prayer from--Well, You


A Prayer from--Well, You Can Guess

I stumbled across this lovely prayer while reviewing the Angelus Addresses of the Holy Father. The first line of this prayer is extraordinarily beautiful and seems the kind of prayer that I would like to add to my daily devotions.

from The Angelus Address for the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary John Paul II

O Mary, Mother of hope, strong with your help we do not fear obstacles and difficulties; fatigue and sufferings do not discourage us, because you accompany us on the path of life and from heaven, you watch over all your children filling them with grace. To you we entrust the destiny of the peoples and the mission of the Church. Today especially, I want to entrust to you my pastoral journey to Poland on which, please God, I will set out tomorrow.

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