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In the 1998 document, "Living the Gospel of Life," the American bishops state, "Real freedom rests on the inviolability of every person as a child of God. The inherent value of human life, at every stage and in every circumstance, is not a sectarian issue any more than the Declaration of Independence is a sectarian creed." (#6) and "No public official, especially one claiming to be a faithful and serious Catholic, can responsibly advocate for or actively support direct attacks on innocent human life." (#32).

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(for private use)

Lord, have mercy. Lord, have mercy.
Christ, have mercy. Christ, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy. Lord, have mercy
God, the Father of all Creation, have mercy on us
Jesus, Redeemer of all mankind, have mercy on us.
Holy Spirit, Source of Wisdom, have mercy on us.
(following response - Pray for us)
Holy Mary, Mother of God and our Mother,
St. Michael, protector from the devil,
St. John the Baptist, who in his mother's womb rejoiced
at the presence of Jesus,
St. Peter, rock upon whom the Church is build,
St. Paul, Apostle of Truth to the Gentiles,
St. Joseph, foster father of Jesus,
St. Joachim, grandfather of Jesus,
St. Anne, grandmother of Jesus,
St. Elizabeth, cousin of Mary,
St. Stephen, the first martyr,
Holy Innocents, the children killed by King Herod,
St. Thomas More, government official of great courage,
St. Luke, patron of physicians,
St. Agatha, patron of nurses,
St. Nicholas, patron of children,
St. Pius X, lover of children,
St. Anthony of Padua, patron of the poor,
St. Aloysius Gonzaga, patron of youth and model of Chastity,
St. Agnes, patron of purity,
St. Dominic Savio, youthful saint of God,
St. Maria Goretti, child of purity,
St. Vincent de Paul, priest of the poor,
St. Margaret, patron of expectant mothers,
St. Gerard Majella, patron of mother?n difficult births,
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, a mother and founder of the US
Catholic school system,
St. Helena, lover of the Cross of Christ,
St. Monica, model for mothers persevering in prayer,
All holy apostles upon whom the Church is built,
All holy martyrs, witnesses to the Truth,
(response for following Lord, deliver us)
From all sin,
From the evil of contraception,
From the evil of abortion,
From the evil of infanticide,
From the evil of euthanasia,
From the evil of child abuse,
From the sinful use of alcohol,
From the abuse of drugs and narcotics,
From a sudden and unprovided death,
From poverty and destitution,
From all war,
From selfishness and hatred,
From leaders who are cowards,
By the mystery of the Annunciation,
By the mystery of the Incarnation,
By the mystery of Your Birth,
By Your Death and Resurrection,
Lamb of God, Who take away the sins of the world,
have mercy on us,
Lamb of God, Who take away the sins of the world,
have mercy on us,
Lamb of God, Who take away the sins of the world,
grant us peace.
Our Father . . .