Dear Jesus, help us to spread Your fragrance everywhere we go. Flood our souls with Your Spirit and Life.
Penetrate and possess our whole being so utterly that our lives may only be a radiance of Yours.
Shine through us and be so in us that every soul we come in contact with may feel Your presence in our souls.
Let them look up, and see no longer us, but only Jesus! Stay with us and then we shall begin to shine as You shine, so to shine as to be a light to others. The light, O Jesus, will be all from You; none of it will be ours.
It will be You, shining on others through us. Let us thus praise You in the way You love best, by shining on those around us. Let us preach You without preaching, not by words but by example, by the catching force, the sympathetic influence of what we do, the evident fullness of the love our hearts bear for You. Amen.
(CARDINAL JOHN HENRY NEWMAN)
聖方濟各的禱文 Prayer for Peace
Lord, make me a channel of your peace, that where there is hatred, I may bring love;
where there is wrong, I may bring the spirit of forgiveness;
where there is discord, I may bring harmony; where there is error, I may bring truth;
where there is doubt, I may bring faith; where there is despair, I may bring hope;
where there are shadows, I may bring light; where there is sadness, I may bring joy.
Lord, grant that I may seek rather to comfort than to be comforted;
to understand than to be understood; to love than to be loved;
for it is by forgetting self that one finds; it is by forgiving that one is forgiven;
it is by dying that one awakens to eternal life. Amen.
(ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI)
Make us worthy Lord 主，请让我们配得
Make us worthy, Lord, to serve our fellow men
throughout the world who live and die in poverty and hunger.
Give them through our hands, this day their daily bread,
and by our understanding love, give peace and joy. Amen.
(POPE PAUL VI)
Memorare is a Roman Catholic prayer to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Memorare, from the Latin "Remember", is frequently misattributed to the 12th-century Cistercian monk Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, apparently due to confusion with its 17th-century popularizer, Father Claude Bernard, who stated that he learned it from his own father. It first appears as part of a longer 15th-century prayer, "Ad sanctitatis tuae pedes, dulcissima Virgo Maria."
Soul of Christ, sanctify me.
Body of Christ, save me.
Blood of Christ, inebriate me.
Water from the side of Christ, wash me.
Passion of Christ, strengthen me.
O good Jesus, hear me.
Within Thy wounds, hide me.
Suffer me not to be separated from Thee.
From the malicious enemy, defend me.
In the hour of my death, call me and bid me come unto Thee,