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(N.B. I will be out of town. Enclosed below are the Eucharistic Adoration guides for the 32nd, 33rd and 34th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Also enclosed is that of the 1st Sunday of Advent, Year B.)

 

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EUCHARISTIC ADORATION

THROUGH THE LITURGICAL YEAR (Vol. 13, n. 51)

32nd SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, YEAR A

November 12, 2017

“JESUS SAVIOR: He Is the Bridegroom”

 

 

(+) In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

(A moment of silence)

 

SONG: A suitable Eucharistic hymn or any other appropriate song may be sung.

 

INTRODUCTION

(Cf. Eugene Maly, The Word Alive: Reflections and Commentaries on the Sunday Readings, New York: Alba House, 1982, p. 103)

Here is the heart of parousia, full enjoyment of the Kingdom with the Lord and with one another. The parable in Matthew’s Gospel gives us further insight. The groom represents the Christ awaited in his parousia. The midnight hour does not mean a designated time. Rather it conveys the uncertainty (they are in the dark) concerning the time of his coming. The two groups of bridesmaids represent those who will and will not share in the event. Preparedness is the ultimate criterion. The theme of preparedness is certainly one of the reasons why the Church reminds us of the parousia at several places in the Eucharistic prayer. If our eyes are on that glorious goal, we are more likely to keep our spiritual lamps lit and ready for that reception.”

 

SILENT ADORATION

OPENING PRAYER

(Adapted from a prayer by Dag Hammarskjold)

Leader: Have mercy upon us.

Have mercy upon our efforts,

that we before thee,

in love and in faith,

righteousness and humility,

may follow thee,

with self-denial, steadfastness and courage,

and meet thee in silence.

Give us a pure heart that we may see thee,

a humble heart that we may hear thee,

a heart of love that we may serve thee,

a heart of faith that we may love thee.

You live and reign forever and ever.

Assembly: Amen.

 

Part I

JESUS MASTER TRUTH

Listening to the Word

 

GOSPEL READING: Mt 25:1-13

PERSONAL REFLECTION

This Sunday’s eschatological parable speaks of two types of bridesmaids: the foolish and the wise. Harold Buetow explains: “Why were the foolish foolish? Because they did not reflect on the leitmotifs of life, and so they did not realize that this wedding feast, which as usual in the Scriptures represented eternal salvation, was everything. To be there called for the investment of one’s whole being. They risked only a tentative investment, while being engaged in other interests. So they did not come to the final accounting well prepared … Why were the wise wise? Because they reflected on life and were experts at making the surpluses of life subordinate to their main interests.” Indeed, the five foolish maidens illustrate the utter lack of wisdom of those who do not reckon with God. The five wise maidens highlight the vigilant hearts of believers who have prepared themselves for their final encounter with God.

 

SONG: Any Eucharistic hymn or suitable song of praise may be sung.

 

Part II

JESUS MASTER WAY

Confrontation with the Word

 

POINTS FOR THE EXAMINATION OF THE HEART

Leader: We open our hearts to listen to the promptings of the living Word. Let us ask ourselves with limpid honesty:

1. What is the personal significance of the wedding feast of the Bridegroom mentioned in today’s Gospel?

2. In what ways are we the foolish bridesmaids? In what ways are we the wise bridesmaids?

3. Do we believe that the parousia is, in a sense, already here? How do we deepen our spirit of preparedness for the Lord’s parousia or second coming?

  

PRAYER

(Cf. Commission Francophone Cistercienne, La nuit, le joir, 28 – Fiche de chant P LH 107, 109)

Leader: Wakefulness in our hearts,

a lamp lighted by the Lord,

renews itself at his flame

as we sing our joy with one voice.

Assembly: Stay awake and be ready!

For you do not know on what day your Lord will come.

Leader: May thanksgiving watch in us

as the flower of the almond tree

which, the earliest, glimpses from afar

the coming summer and its harvest.

Assembly: Stay awake and be ready!

For you do not know on what day your Lord will come.

Leader: May our love and his praise

be the two wings of the morning

which unfold in prayer

and take us far from ourselves.

Assembly: Stay awake and be ready!

For you do not know on what day your Lord will come.

Leader: Here is the Bridegroom calling us:

let us run to the Lamb’s nuptials!

But how long the road seems:

when will you dawn, last morning?

Assembly: Stay awake and be ready!

For you do not know on what day your Lord will come.

 

SONG: Any suitable song may be sung.

 

Part III

JESUS LIFE

Acting upon the Word

 

PERSONAL PRAYER

 

CONTEMPLATING WITH MARY THE FACE OF CHRIST: The Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary may be prayed in part or in full.

 

THE WAY OF SOLIDARITY: PRAYER OF INTERCESSION

Leader: Let us pray to God who cares for all, and with earnest humility say:

(R.) LORD, HEAR OUR PRAYER.

1. For the Holy Father’s Evangelization Intention for this month of November: that Christians in Asia, bearing to the Gospel in word and deed, may promote dialogue, peace and mutual understanding, especially with those of other religions. We pray: (R.)

2. That the Church be prepared for the Lord’s parousia and learn how to live our “today” in the perspective of the Day that will not fail to come. We pray: (R.)

3. That we may avoid the folly of the foolish bridesmaids and learn to invest our entire selves for the coming of the Kingdom. We pray: (R.)

4. That we may seek the wisdom of the wise bridesmaids and learn to subordinate the non-essentials to the absolute value of God’s Kingdom. We pray: (R.)

5. That the disciples of Christ be truly united with his Paschal Mystery and thus experience that the parousia, in a sense, is now. We pray: (R.) 

6. That the poor souls in purgatory may find the eternal joy and peace in the Lord they yearn for and that God may embrace tenderly in his bosom all our faithful departed. We pray: (R.) 

(Other prayers may be added.)

 

 

THE LORD’S PRAYER

 

CONCLUDING PRAYER

Leader: God of power and mercy,

protect us from all harm.

Give us freedom of spirit and health,

in mind and body to do your work on earth.

Grant us the grace of preparedness exemplified by the wise bridesmaids

and allow us to keep our lamps burning

until the day of the nuptial banquet in heaven.

We ask this through Christ, our Lord.

Assembly: Amen.

 

FINAL SONG: Any suitable Eucharistic hymn or song of praise may be sung.

  

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EUCHARISTIC ADORATION

THROUGH THE LITURGICAL YEAR (Vol. 13, n. 52)

33rd  SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, YEAR A

November 19, 2017

“JESUS SAVIOR: He Teaches Us to Be Faithful in Small Matters”

 

 

(+) In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

(A moment of silence)

 

SONG: A suitable Eucharistic hymn or any other appropriate song may be sung.

 

INTRODUCTION

(Cf. Harold Buetow, God Still Speaks: Listen, New York: Alba House, 1995, p. 248-251) 

            Sometimes we Christians, in favor of smooth security, are smugly disinclined to take the bold risks that others take on behalf of their business and personal ventures. Today’s liturgy on this next-to-last Sunday of the Church year tries to set us straight. Jesus’ story of the talents teaches us to boldly prefer taking active risk in our lives over passive complacency … The standard of God’s judgment of every person is relative to the talents given: the greater the gifts, the greater the responsibility. We are the servants in today’s Gospel parable, and the absentee master is a symbol of Christ; his return is a scene of judgment … We are not all equal in talent, but we are all called to collaborate in the work of the Gospel according to our personal opportunity, ability, and gifts … Jesus wants us to know that salvation will come to those who are prepared to risk their lives for him.”

 

SILENT ADORATION 

OPENING PRAYER

(Adapted from Michael Buckley’s Prayer: “Use of Talents and Possessions”) 

Leader: Heavenly Father,

your Son Jesus Christ has taught us

that all our possessions and talents are on trust from you.

Help us to be zealous and faithful stewards of all you have given us,

so that, true to your grace,

we may merit to be welcomed into your kingdom

as good and faithful servants,

who have in all things sought and accomplished your holy will.

You live and reign forever and ever.

Assembly: Amen.

 

Part I

JESUS MASTER TRUTH

Listening to the Word

 

GOSPEL READING: Mt 25:14-30

 

PERSONAL REFLECTION

Today’s Gospel reading (Mt 25:14-30) depicts the creative genius of God’s faithful servants as well as the disappointing cowardice of the feckless. The faithful servants were industrious and resourceful – like the worthy wife of the Book of Proverbs. Their creative use of talents inspires us to be pro-active in dealing with the affairs of God’s kingdom. The “hole-in-the-ground” solution of the “play-it-safe” servant was downright disappointing. He did not dare to invest his talent, probably taking refuge in the rationalization that “what little talent I have will never be missed”. But this is not so.

According to the poet Michel Quoist (cf. “Breath of Life”) and paraphrasing him, if each note of music were to say “one note does not make a symphony”, there would be no symphony; if each word were to say “one word does not make a book”, there would be no book; if each brick were to say “one brick does not make a wall”, there would be no house; if each seed were to say “one grain does not make a field of corn”, there would be no harvest; if each one were to say “one act of love cannot save mankind”, there would never be justice and peace on earth.

Hence, with regards to the kingdom of God, we cannot remain uninvolved or partially involved; rather, we must be totally involved. Absolute personal commitment is required for salvation. It is exigent that we fully invest our talents to promote creatively and energetically the reign of God.

  

SONG: Any Eucharistic hymn or suitable song of praise may be sung.

 

Part II

JESUS MASTER WAY

Confrontation with the Word

 

POINTS FOR THE EXAMINATION OF THE HEART

Leader: We open our hearts to listen to the promptings of the living Word. Let us ask ourselves with limpid honesty:

1. How receptive am I to the Word of God? Do I allow it to direct my attention toward the end time and the fulfillment of the whole history of salvation through Christ’s second coming?

2. In this time of vigil for the Lord’s coming at the parousia, am I a conscientious, enterprising and risk-taking servant, bent on making the talents I have received bear abundant fruit for the service of the Church and the spread of the Gospel of Christ in the world?

3. Have I been an unprofitable servant? Have I been lazy, smug, fearful and irresponsible in promoting the kingdom of God here on earth? Have I failed to maximize the talents and grace given me by the Lord?

  

 

PRAYER

(By Nerses Snorhali, Cf. Days of the Lord, vol. 4, Collegeville: The Liturgical Press, 1992, p. 254)

 

I was like the unworthy servant

who earned nothing out of his talents;

and I even outstripped him

because I lost the gift of grace.

 

I have neither doubled your talent

nor made fourfold the two, nor tenfold the five,

so as to be in complete mastery

of the ten cities of the senses.

 

But I buried in the ground the one talent,

by wrapping it up in the shroud of vices.

I did not put the money in the bank

so that you might demand the interest,

 

that is, I have not carried the word of your command

to the ears of my mind,

which are the spiritual bank

of the wisdom of the Bread of Life.

 

This is why I expect

to be chastised in the darkness

until you come to look for the talent

which you granted me at the sacred font.

 

But to you, O Savior of my soul,

I want to weep and say:

“Since it is still possible for me to do good,

give me the grace to please you by acting rightly.”

 

Thus I shall hear the joyous sentence

like the faithful servant:

“Enter my celestial house

in the joy of the Lord.”

 

SONG: Any suitable song may be sung.

 

Part III

JESUS LIFE

Acting upon the Word

 

 PERSONAL PRAYER

 

CONTEMPLATING WITH MARY THE FACE OF CHRIST: The Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary may be prayed in part or in full.

 

THE WAY OF SOLIDARITY: PRAYER OF INTERCESSION

Leader: Let us pray to God who cares for all, and with earnest humility say: 

(R.) LORD, HEAR OUR PRAYER.

1. For the Holy Father’s Evangelization Intention for this month of November: that Christians in Asia, bearing to the Gospel in word and deed, may promote dialogue, peace and mutual understanding, especially with those of other religions. We pray: (R.)

2. That we may learn to serve the Lord as he deserves, to give and not to count the cost, to fight and not to heed the wounds, to toil and not to seek for rest, to labor and not to ask for any reward, save that of knowing that we do the divine will. We pray: (R.)

3. That we may be made worthy to serve our fellow men and women throughout the world who live and die in poverty and hunger. May we give them through our hands this day their daily bread, and by our understanding love, give them peace and joy. We pray: (R.)

4. That our time of waiting for the Lord’s parousia may be marked with fervent diligence in daily tasks. We pray: (R.)

5. That we may always seek to be trustworthy, active and creative servants, and dedicate ourselves to the task of promoting God’s kingdom here on earth. We pray: (R.)

6. That we may not give in to complacency and avoid the unfortunate passivity and laziness of the unprofitable servant who buried his talent in the ground. We pray: (R.)

(Other prayers may be added.)

 

THE LORD’S PRAYER

 

CONCLUDING PRAYER 

Leader: Father of all that is good,

keep us faithful in serving you,

for to serve you is our lasting joy.

We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,

who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,

one God, forever and ever.

Assembly: Amen.

 

FINAL SONG: Any suitable Eucharistic hymn or song of praise may be sung.

 

 

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EUCHARISTIC ADORATION

THROUGH THE LITURGICAL YEAR (Vol. 13, n. 53)

CHRIST THE KING, YEAR A

N.B. Today is the death anniversary of Blessed James Alberione, Founder of the Pauline Family.

November 26, 2017

“JESUS SAVIOR: He Teaches Us to Be Faithful in Small Matters”

 

 

(+) In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

(A moment of silence)

 

SONG: A suitable Eucharistic hymn or any other appropriate song may be sung.

 

WORDS OF ORIGEN, PRIEST

The kingdom of God, in the words of the Lord and Savior, does not come for all to see; nor shall they say: Behold, here it is, or behold, there it is; but the kingdom of God is within us, for the word of God is very near, in our mouth and in our heart. Thus it is clear that he who prays for the coming of God’s kingdom prays rightly to have it within himself, that there it may grow and bear fruit and become perfect. For God reigns in each of his holy ones.

 

SILENT ADORATION 

OPENING PRAYER

Leader: Father all-powerful, God of love,

you have raised our Lord Jesus Christ from death to life,

resplendent in glory as King of creation.

Open our hearts,

free all the world to rejoice in his peace,

to glory in his justice,

to live in his love.

Bring all mankind together in Jesus Christ your Son,

whose kingdom is with you and the Holy Spirit,

one God forever and ever. 

Assembly: Amen.

 

Part I

JESUS MASTER TRUTH

Listening to the Word

 

GOSPEL READING: Mt 25:31-46

POINTS FOR REFLECTION

(Cf. Days of the Lord, vol. 4, p. 268.)

            Christ is King. But this title does not designate him as a powerful one among or above the powerful of the earth. In the tradition of the cultures of the Middle East, this title refers to the concept of God as Shepherd-King of his people, who tends the frailest sheep of his flock. The king is the one who does justice to the weak and the poor, whom he protects against the powerful and the tyrannical power they exercise toward the defenseless and those threatened by injustice. God is this perfect king who acts with mercy, compassion and tenderness … Jesus has revealed this divine kingship. He calls the little ones his brothers and sisters … He recognizes as his own those who act like him, are animated by the same effective charity, feed the hungry, see to the needs of the destitute, liberate prisoners. When he comes back in his glory and gives his royal power in homage to God, he will introduce into his kingdom those who will have acted as he did.

  

SONG: Any Eucharistic hymn or suitable song of praise may be sung.

 

Part II

JESUS MASTER WAY

Confrontation with the Word

  

POINTS FOR THE EXAMINATION OF THE HEART

Leader: We open our hearts to listen to the promptings of the living Word. Let us ask ourselves with limpid honesty:

1. In this last Sunday of the liturgical year, do we take time to focus our attention and contemplation on the meaning of Christ’s kingship and the global saving mystery of him as the Risen One at the right hand of the Father, who came, who comes, and who will come again?

2. How do we respond to the criterion of Christ’s kingship based on the exercise of love and service on behalf of the “little ones”? Do we have compassionate hearts that serve as a badge of nobility of his kingdom?

3. Mother Teresa of Calcutta said, “If sometimes our poor people have had to die out of starvation, it is not because God didn’t care for them, but because you and I didn’t give, were not instruments of love in the hands of God, to give them that bread, to give them that clothing; because we did not recognize Christ, when once more Christ came in distressing disguise.” Are we guilty of refusing to see Jesus in other people who need to be served? Have we failed to see that the kingdom of Jesus has been prepared for the little and poor ones and that we have been called to be instruments of God’s love on their behalf?

 

PRAYING WITH THE WORD

(Adapted from a prayer by the Commission Francophone Cistercienne, Sur la trace de Dieu, Paris: Desclee, 1979, 94 – Fiche de chant M 53) 

 

Leader: Your kingdom is not of this world, Lord Jesus,

since you carry this world on your shoulders,

as a shepherd his lost sheep.

 

To show your dominion,

no other scepter than your cross.

No other strength than your mercy:

no other right than your victorious love.

 

You offer to us your life in exchange for our death,

because your power wants to give us back to ourselves

and snatch us out of the yoke of remorse.

 

Your kingdom already inhabits us, Lord Jesus;

at your word the child in us rises,

you recreate it almost unbeknown to us.

 

Everything journeys in you toward its beauty:

still frail, joy touches the earth;

heaven is near,

near its radiance.

 

Assembly: Help us to live by your Gospel

and bring us to the joy of your kingdom,

where you live and reign forever and ever.

Amen.

 

SONG: Any suitable song may be sung.

 

Part III

JESUS LIFE

Acting upon the Word

 

PERSONAL PRAYER

CONTEMPLATING WITH MARY THE FACE OF CHRIST: The Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary may be prayed in part or in full.

 

THE WAY OF SOLIDARITY: PRAYER OF INTERCESSION

Leader: Let us pray to God who cares for all, and with earnest humility say: 

(R.) LORD, HEAR OUR PRAYER.

1. For the Holy Father’s Evangelization Intention for this month of November: that Christians in Asia, bearing to the Gospel in word and deed, may promote dialogue, peace and mutual understanding, especially with those of other religions. We pray: (R.)

2. That our liturgical celebration of Christ the Shepherd-King may intensify our expectation of his coming again in glory. We pray: (R.)

3. That we may understand the true nature and meaning of Christ’s kingship and the object of his saving mission on behalf of the homeless, the hungry, those who thirst for justice, the stranger, the destitute, the sick, and those in prison. We pray: (R.)

4. That journeying through the liturgical year, we may be fully conformed to the Shepherd-King who serves his people personally and compassionately and that we may be empowered by his love to serve the poor and the little ones. We pray: (R.)

5. That united with Christ, the Shepherd-King, we may present to the heavenly Father, a Kingdom of truth and life, a Kingdom of holiness and grace, a Kingdom of justice, love and peace. We pray: (R.)

6. That we may crown the Church’s liturgical year with prayer and contemplation, and with acts of mercy, goodness and charity. We pray: (R.)

7. That Blessed James Alberione, whose death anniversary we commemorate today, may continue to be our light, guide and support in the work of sanctification and in the apostolate. We pray: (R.)

(Other prayers may be added.)

 

THE LORD’S PRAYER

 

CONCLUDING PRAYER

Leader: Lord,

you give us Christ, the King of all creation,

as food for everlasting life.

Help us to live by his Gospel

and bring us to the joy of his kingdom,

where he lives and reigns forever and ever.

Assembly: Amen.

 

FINAL SONG: Any suitable Eucharistic hymn or song of praise may be sung.

 

 

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EUCHARISTIC ADORATION

THROUGH THE LITURGICAL YEAR (Vol. 14, n. 1)

1st SUNDAY OF ADVENT, YEAR B

December 3, 2017

“JESUS SAVIOR: We Long for His Advent”

 

 

(+) In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

(A moment of silence)

 

SONG: An Advent song, a Eucharistic hymn or another appropriate song may be sung.

 

INTRODUCTION

(Cf. Eugene Maly, The Word Alive, Alba House: New York, 1982, p. 107) 

            What is the source of this hope? How, in the face of crises, frustrations and disappointments can it have such power? The reason is an equally strong faith in the past,a belief in what God has already done to prove his love. The reasoning is that, if he has done so much already, how much more must he have in store for us! Thus, in Advent hope and faith are expressed equally; we can hope because we believe.

 

SILENT ADORATION 

OPENING PRAYER

Leader: All-powerful God,

increase our strength of will for doing good

that Christ may find an eager welcome at his coming

and call us to his side in the kingdom of heaven,

where he lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,

one God, forever and ever.

Assembly: Amen.

 

Part I

JESUS MASTER TRUTH

Listening to the Word

 

FIRST READING: Is 63:16b-17, 19b; 64:2-7

RESPONSORIAL PSALM

GOSPEL READING: Mk 13:33-37

POINTS FOR REFLECTION

Like a dying person waiting for the Lord's definitive coming, Christians are called to be in a state of vigil.  Our life is a long Advent expectation as we wait for the Lord to be revealed in all his glory.  In the Gospel reading of today's liturgy (Mk 13:33-37), the Lord Jesus exhorts his disciples:  "Be watchful!  Be alert!  You do not know when the time will come." The authors of the Days of the Lord comment: "Keeping watch is one of the most important activities of the human heart, a focusing of energy that endeavors to rid the night of the evil spirits that hold back the dawn in the world.  Watching in prayer gives our full attention to God and to others...   The great vigil of Advent prefigures the vigil of Easter, and the splendid dawn of the new time."

 

SONG: An Advent song or another appropriate song may be sung.

 

Part II

JESUS MASTER WAY

Confrontation with the Word

 

POINTS FOR THE EXAMINATION OF THE HEART

Leader: We open our hearts to listen to the promptings of the living Word. Let us ask ourselves with limpid honesty:

1. What are the feelings, sentiments and realizations that well up from deep within as we begin the new liturgical year? How do we come to grips with the quality of “newness” that comes to us from the Lord in this hope-filled history of ours?

2. In the Advent expectation that prepares the Church for Christ’s definitive coming at the end-time and his various comings in daily life, what is the source of our hope? How, in the face of crises, frustrations and disappointments can our hope have an intense power?

3. Is our waiting for the Lord’s coming free from despair-filled tension? Do we live by faith, walk in hope, and are renewed in love so that in our final encounter with the Lord Jesus we come to him as faithful servant and intimate friend?

  

PRAYER

Leader: Lord, you come to visit your people in peace: Lord, have mercy.

Assembly: Lord, have mercy.

Leader: Christ, you came to save those who are lost: Christ have mercy.

Assembly: Christ, have mercy.

Leader: Lord, you come to build a new world: Lord, have mercy.

Assembly: Lord, have mercy.

 

SONG: An Advent song or another appropriate song may be sung.

 

Part III

JESUS LIFE

Acting upon the Word

 

PERSONAL PRAYER

CONTEMPLATING WITH MARY THE FACE OF CHRIST: The Mysteries of Light of the Rosary may be prayed in part or in full.

 

THE WAY OF SOLIDARITY: PRAYER OF INTERCESSION 

Leader: Let us pray to God who cares for all, and with earnest humility say:

(R.) OH, THAT YOU WOULD REND THE HEAVENS AND COME DOWN!

1. For the Holy Father’s General Intention for this month of December: that the elderly, sustained by families and Christian communities, may apply their wisdom and experience to spreading the faith and forming new generations. We pray: (R.)

2. That through the new liturgical year, God’s gift of sacred time, we may become more immersed into the life of Christ. We pray: (R.)

3. That our participation in the Advent liturgy may keep our hope alive in the coming of Christ and help us to be accountable for the eternal significance of each moment. We pray: (R.)

4. That our Advent expectation may be marked by a spirit of preparedness and state of readiness in preparation for the end time. We pray: (R.)

5. That our Christian hope be strengthened by our faith in what God has done already to prove his love. We pray: (R.)

6. That as we await for the definitive coming of Jesus, we may live by faith, walk in hope and be renewed in love. We pray: (R.)

(Other prayers may be added.)

 

THE LORD’S PRAYER

CONCLUDING PRAYER

Leader: Father in heaven,

our hearts desire the warmth of your love

and our minds are searching for the light of your Word.

Increase our longing for Christ our Savior

and give us the strength to grow in love,

that the dawn of his coming

may find us rejoicing in his presence

and welcoming the light of his truth.

We ask this in the name of Jesus the Lord.

Assembly: Amen.

 

FINAL SONG: An Advent song or any suitable one be sung.

  

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