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resign myself entirely to thee, to receive death at the time and in the manner it shall please thee to send
2 I most humbly ask pardon for all my sins committed against thy sovereign goodness, and repent of them all from the bottom of my heart.
3 I firmly believe whatsoever the holy Catholic Church believes and teaches; and, by thy grace, I will die in this belief.
4 I hope to possess eternal life by thy infinite mercy, and by the merits of my Saviour Jesus Christ.
5 O my God, I desire to love thee as my Sovereign Good, above all things, and to despise this miserable world. I desire to love my neighbour as myself, for the love of thee, and to forgive all injuries from my heart.
6 O my divine Jesus, how great is my desire to receive thy sacred Body! Oh! come now into my soul, at least by a spiritual communion. Oh! grant that I may worthily receive thee before my death. I desire to unite myself to all the worthy communions which shall be made in thy holy Church even to the end of the world.
7 Grant me thy grace, O my divine
Saviour, perfectly to efface all the sins I have committed by any of my senses, by applying daily to my soul thy blessed merits, and the holy unction of thy precious blood.
8 Holy Virgin, Mother of God, defend me from my enemies in my last hour, and present me to thy divine Son. Glorious St. Michael, prince of the heavenly host, and thou, my angel guardian, and you my blessed patrons, intercede for me, and assist me in this last and dreadful passage.
9 0 my God, I renounce all the temptations of the enemy, and whatsoever may in any way displease thee. I adore and accept thy divine appointments with regard to me, and entirely abandon myself to them as most just and equitable.
10 O Jesus, my divine Saviour, be thou a Jesus to me, and save me O my God, hiding myself with a humble confidence in thy dear wounds, I give up my soul into thy divine hands. Oh! receive it into the bosom of thy mercy. Amen.
Pray for [him or her).
Recommendation of a
ORD, have mercy on us.
Lord, have mercy on us.
Holy Mary, Pray for [him or her].
All ye choirs of the Just,
St. John Baptist,
All ye holy Patriarchs and Prophets,
All ye holy Apostles and Evangelists,
All ye holy Martyrs,
All ye holy Bishops and Confessors,
All ye holy Monks and Hermits,
St. Mary Magdalene,
All ye holy Virgins and Widows,
All ye men and women, Saints of God
Spare [him or her]. O Lord.
Graciously hear us, O Lord.
From the peril of death,
From the power of the Devil,
Through thy Nativity,
Through thy Cross and Passion,
Through thy Death and Burial,
Through thy glorious Resurrection,
Through thine admirable Ascension,
Through the grace of the Holy Ghost the
In the day of judgment,
Beseech thee, hear us,
That thou spare [him or her].
We beseech thee, hear us.
Lord, have mercy on us.
Christ, have mercy on us.
O Lord, deliver [him or her].
GO forth, O Christian soul, from this
name of God the Father Almighty, who created thee; in the name of Jesus Christ, the Son of the living God, who suffered for thee: in the name of the Holy Ghost, who was poured out upon thee; in the name of the Angels and Archangels; in the name of the Thrones and Dominations; in the name of the Principalities and Powers; in the name of the Cherubim and Seraphim; in the name of the Patriarchs and Prophets; in the name of the holy
Apostles and Evangelists; in the name of the holy Martyrs and Confessors; in the name of the holy Monks and Hermits; in the name of the holy Virgins and of all the Saints of God: may thy place be this day in peace, and thine abode in holy Sion. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
Receive, O Lord, thy servant into the place of salvation, of which [he or she] hath no hope but in thy mercy.
Deliver, O Lord, the soul of thy servant from all the dangers of hell, and from the snares of torment, and from all tribulations.
The soul being departed, the following Responsory may be said:
COME to [his or her] assistance, ye
saints of God; come forth to meet [him or her], ye angels of the Lord, receiving [his or her] soul, offering it in the sight of the Most High.
V. May Christ receive thee, who hath called thee, and may the angels conduct thee to Abraham's bosom.
R. Receiving [his or her] soul, offering it in the sight of the Most High.
V. Eternal rest give unto [him or her], O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon [him or her].