This Chapter 12 of the Apocalypse details the great battle between Our Lady (which is also a symbol of the Church) and the Devil.  We are now in the midst of this great battle and we have to make sure we know what side we are on!

We are either for God or the Devil!  There is no other choice!

We need to stop and take the time and pray to Our Lady under the title of Our Lady of the Assumption as our country is being inundated by Satanism at every level!  We must fight with Her and Her warrior Angel, St Michael as it is written further on:

"And there was a great battle in heaven, Michael and his angels fought with the dragon, and the dragon fought and his angels: And they prevailed not, neither was their place found any more in heaven.  And that great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, who is called the devil and Satan, who seduceth the whole world; and he was cast unto the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him."

Now is the time!  We must pray against the Hexfest in New Orleans that is taking place at the Bourbon Hotel August 10-12.  This is a terrible event that should not in any way be taking place anywhere in the world much less New Orleans that once used to be so Catholic!

For more information - if this doesn't scare you....:


Additionally another evil event will take place on August 16th. The  Satanic Temple plans to bring Baphomet statue to protest at Arkansas Capitol.

This is very frightening and if you see the image below they have the children looking at this evil image as if he is Jesus Christ!  Please read the article below to understand how serious this is for the US!!!

By Brandon Riddle

This article was published July 30, 2018 at 8:41 a.m.


This 2014 photo provided by The Satanic Temple shows a bronze Baphomet, which depicts Satan as a goat-headed figure with two children.

The Satanic Temple says it will bring its 7½-foot bronze Baphomet statue to the state Capitol in Little Rock as part of a protest next month to defend religious freedom.

The rally, planned for Aug. 16, “is intended to bring together religious leaders of different faiths to discuss the importance of the First Amendment and its protection for religious pluralism,” the group said in a news release.

“Freedom of Religion means that the government must not be allowed to endorse one religion over another or inhibit any religious voices from access to public forums in favor of another,” Satanic Temple spokesman Lucien Greaves said.

Greaves, who uses a pseudonym, added that the protest “isn’t a rally of secularists versus people of faith, Satanists versus Christians, or outsiders versus Arkansas.”

Lawmakers have blocked the group’s efforts to place a statue of Baphomet — a part-man, part-goat deity — alongside the Ten Commandments monument at the state Capitol.

"While [a bill requiring legislative sponsorship for monuments] prevented the Baphomet statue from being considered, ironically it only magnifies the degree to which the State legislators are endorsing one religion over others," the organization said.

Earlier this year, lawsuits were filed seeking the removal of the Ten Commandments monolith, which was re-installed on the grounds in April. Secretary of State Mark Martin has called members of the organization “a notoriously transparent front for ‘trolling pranksters’ who sue ‘fake and ambiguous names.’”

The organization describes itself as “an organized religion” with a mission “to encourage benevolence and empathy among all people.”

 We must fight this with our rosaries and novenas to Our Lady! 

Before it is too late, we must reread the last interview Sr. Lucia gave with Fr. Fuentes in 1957.  In this interview, Sr. Lucia gives us many clues to the 3rd Secret of Fatima without telling us directly!

See this interview taken from Tradition in Action

Interview of December 26, 1957

Speaking to the sisters of Motherhouse of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart in Mexico on May 22, 1958, Fr. Fuentes said, “I want to tell you the last conversation I had with her [Sister Lucy], which was on December 26 of last year. It was in the convent, where I found her very sad, pale and drawn.”

Sister Lucia in 1957

A very grave Sister Lucia in 1957

He then proceeded to read Sister’s Lucy’s words to him at the December 26, 1957, interview: 

“Father, the Blessed Virgin is very sad because no one has paid attention to her Message, neither the good nor the bad. The good, because they continue on the road of goodness, but without paying mind to this Message. The bad, because of their sins, do not see God’s chastisement already falling on them presently; they also continue on their path of badness, ignoring the Message. But, Father, you must believe me that God is going to punish the world and chastise it in a tremendous way. 

“The chastisement from Heaven is imminent. The year 1960 is on us, and then what will happen? It will be very sad for everyone, and far from a happy thing if the world does not pray and do penance before then. I cannot give more details, because it is still a secret. By the will of the Blessed Virgin, only the Holy Father and the Bishop of Fatima can know the secret. Both have chosen, however, not to open it in order not to be influenced by it. (1) 

This is the third part of the Message of Our Lady, which still remains secret until 1960. Tell them, Father, that the Blessed Virgin said repeatedly – to my cousins Francisco and Jacinta as well as to me – that many nations would disappear from the face of the earth, that Russia would be the instrument of chastisement from Heaven for the whole world if the conversion of that poor Nation is not obtained beforehand. …” 

A decisive battle with the Devil 

Sr. Lucy also told me:

Fr. Augustin Fuentes

Fr. Augustin Fuentes

“Father, the Devil is fighting a decisive battle against the Virgin and, as you know, what most offends God and what will gain him the greatest number of souls in the shortest time is to gain the souls consecrated to God. For this also leaves unprotected the field of the laity and the Devil can more easily seize them. 

”Also, Father, tell them that my cousins Francisco and Jacinta made sacrifices because they always saw the Blessed Virgin was very sad in all her apparitions. She never smiled at us. This anguish that we saw in her, caused by offenses to God and the chastisements that threaten sinners, penetrated our souls. And being children, we did not know what measures to devise except to pray and make sacrifices. …” 

We cannot wait for Rome to speak 

Referring to the vision of Hell that Our Lady showed her and Jacinta and Francisco, she said: 

“For this reason, Father, it is my mission not just to tell about the material punishments that will certainly come over the earth if the world does not pray and do penance. No, my mission is to tell everyone the imminent danger we are in of losing our souls for all eternity if we remain fixed in sin. 

“Father, we should not wait for a call to the world from Rome on the part of the Holy Father to do penance. Nor should we wait for a call for penance to come from the Bishops in our Dioceses, nor from our Religious Congregations. No, Our Lord has often used these means, and the world has not paid heed. So, now each one of us must begin to reform himself spiritually. Each one has to save not only his own soul, but also all the souls that God has placed on his pathway. 

Two last remedies to save the world 

“Father, the Blessed Virgin did not tell me that we are in the last times of the world, but I understood this for three reasons: 

The first is because she told me that the Devil is engaging in a battle with the Virgin, a decisive battle. It is a final battle where one party will be victorious and the other will suffer defeat. So, from now on, we are either with God or we are with the Devil; there is no middle ground. 

The second reason is because she told me, as well as my cousins, that God is giving two last remedies to the world: the Holy Rosary and devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. And, being the last remedies, that is to say, they are the final ones, means that there will be no others.

Our Lady of Fatima wears a sad expression

'Our Lady never smiled. She was always very sad'

And the third, because in the plans of the Divine Providence, when God is going to chastise the world He always first exhausts all other remedies. When He sees that the world pays no attention whatsoever, then, as we say in our imperfect way of talking, with a certain fear He presents us the last means of salvation, His Blessed Mother. 

If we despise and reject this last means, Heaven will no longer pardon us, because we will have committed a sin that the Gospel calls a sin against the Holy Spirit. This sin consists in openly rejecting – with full knowledge and will – the salvation that is put in our hands. 

“Also, since Our Lord is a very good Son, He will not permit that we offend and despise His Blessed Mother. We have as obvious testimony the history of different centuries where Our Lord has shown us with terrible examples how He has always defended the honor of His Blessed Mother. 

“Prayer and sacrifice are the two means to save the world. As for the Holy Rosary, Father, in these last times in which we are living, the Blessed Virgin has given a new efficacy to the praying of the Holy Rosary. This in such a way that there is no problem that cannot be resolved by praying the Rosary, no matter how difficult it is - be it temporal or above all spiritual - in the spiritual life of each of us or the lives of our families, be they our families in the world or Religious Communities, or even in the lives of peoples and nations. 

“I repeat, there is no problem, as difficult as it may be, that we cannot resolve at this time by praying the Holy Rosary. With the Holy Rosary we will save ourselves, sanctify ourselves, console Our Lord and obtain the salvation of many souls. 

“Then, there is devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, our Most Holy Mother, holding her as the seat of mercy, goodness and pardon and the sure door to enter Heaven. This is the first part of the Message referring to Our Lady of Fatima, and the second part, which is briefer but no less important, refers to the Holy Father.”



So if this explanation from Sr. Lucia on WHY the rosary is so important to say doesn't touch you, then nothing will!

And so as we progress closer to these evil day ahead thrown upon us as we prayerfully preparing for the beautiful feast days of the Assumption of Our Lady into Heaven on Aug 15th and the Immaculate Heart of Mary on August 22,  let us take heed and really meditate on the words that Sr Lucia told us via Fr Fuentes!


Below is a Novena in Honor of the Assumption as well!  Take care and God bless you!


Novena in Honor of Our Lady’s Assumption

(Beginning August 6)

[From the Raccolta, 1910
i. 300 Days, T.Q.
ii. Plenary, to all who say it daily, on […] the Assumption. I, II, III, IV.
—Pius VII, September 30, 1817.]


Begin each day with:

Veni Sancte Spiritus, reple tuorum corda didelium, et tui amoris in eis ignem accende.
Come, O Holy Ghost, fill the hearts of thy faithful and kindle in them the fire of thy love.
℣. Emitte Spiritum tuum, et creabuntur.
℣. Send forth thy Spirit and they shall be created;
℟. Et removabis faciem terræ.
℟. And Thou shalt renew the face of the earth.
Let us pray.
Deus, qui corda fidelium Sancti Spiritus illustratione docuisti, da nobis in eodem Spiritu recta sapere et de ejus semper consolatione gaudere. Per Christum Dominumnostrum.
OGod, who has taught the hearts of the faithful by the light of the Holy Spirit; grant us by the same Spirit to relish what is right, and evermore to rejoice in his consolation. Through Christ our Lord.
℟. Amen.
℟. Amen.


August 6

Come, O Holy Ghost etc., as above.


O Gloriosa Virginum,
Sublimis inter sidera,
Qui te creavit, parvulum
Lactente nutris ubere.

O Queen of all the Virgin choir,
Enthroned above the starry sky;
Who with pure milk from thy own breast
Thy own Creator didst supply.

Quod Heva tristis abstulit,
Tu reddis almo germine:
Intrent ut astra flebiles,
Cœli recludis cardines.

What man hath lost in hapless Eve,
Thy sacred womb to man restores;
Thou to the sorrowing here beneath
Hast opened Heaven’s eternal doors.

Tu regis alti janua,
Et aula lucis fulgida:
Vitam datam per Virginem,
Gentes redemptæ plaudite.

Hail, O refulgent Hall of light!
Hail, Gate sublime of Heaven’s high King!
Through thee redeemed to endless life,
Thy praise let all the nations sing.

Jesu, tibi sit gloria,
Qui natus es de Virgine,
Cum Patre, et almo Spiritu
In sempiterna sæcula. Amen.

O Jesu! born of Virgin bright,
Immortal glory be to Thee;
Praise to the Father infinite,
And Holy Ghost eternally.


The glory of Mary in death, in that she was well prepared to die.

Let us meditate how glorious Mary was at the moment of her death, because in life she was so well prepared to die: first, by reason of her ardent longing to see her God and to be again united to her Son; and next, by the unapproachable merit of her consummate perfection. Then reflecting how different we are from Mary in our own practice of preparation for our death, let us say:

Most holy Virgin, who in order to prepare thyself for a holy death didst live in continual desire after the Beatific vision; O, take from us all vain desires for the frail things of earth. Ave Maria thrice.

Most holy Virgin, who, in order to prepare thyself holily to die, didst in life ever sigh to be united to thy Son Jesus; obtain for us fidelity to Jesus, even unto death. Ave Maria thrice.

Most holy Virgin, who, in order that thou mightest die holily, didst attain an unapproachable height of merit and of virtue; intercede for us, that we may know that virtue alone and the grace of God alone will lead us to salvation. Ave Maria thrice.

Let us now give praise to Mary, so prudent in preparing for death; and whilst we exalt her glory, we will unite with the Choirs of Angels, who, on her Assumption into heaven, escorted her; praising her with the first Choir:

Then say the Litany, and then:


℣. Exaltata est Sancta Dei Genitrix.
℣. The holy Mother of God is exalted.
℟. Super choros angelorum ad cœlestia regna.
℟. Into the heavenly kingdom above the Angel Choirs.
Let us pray.
Famulorum tuorum, quæsumus Domine, delictis ignosce: ut qui tibi placere de actibus nostris non valemus, GenitricisFilii tui Domini nostri intercessione salvemur.
We beseech thee, O Lord, pardon the shortcomings of Thy servants; that we who by our own works are not able to please Thee, may be saved by the intercession of the Mother of thy Son our Lord Jesus Christ.
Deus omnium fidelium pastor et rector, famulum tuum N., quem pastorem ecclesiæ tuæ præsse voluisti, propituis respice; da ei quæsumus, verbo et exemplo, quibus præst, proifcere, ut ad vitam una cum grege sibi credito perveniat sempiternam.
O God, the Shepherd and Ruler of all the faithful, graciously look down upon thy servant N., whom Thou hast chosen to be the Pastor of thy Church; and grant him, we beseech Thee, both by word and example, so to direct those over whom Thou hast placed him, that together with the flock entrusted to his care, he may attain eternal life.


August 7

Come, O Holy Ghost, etc., and O Queen of all, as above.

The glory of Mary in death, in that she was assisted by her Son Jesus and the Apostles.


Let us meditate how glorious Mary was at her death, in that she was comforted not only by the apostles and saints, but also by her dear Son Jesus; and while we contemplate the unspeakable joy which filled her soul at this grace granted alone to her, let us entreat her for ourselves:

Glorious Virgin, who for thy consolation didst merit to die in the blessed company of apostles and of saints; obtain for us, that when we breathe forth our souls we may feel thy presence, and that of our holy patrons, assisting us. Ave Maria thrice.

Glorious Virgin, who at the moment of thy death wast comforted by the sight of thy dear Son Jesus; O, pray for us, that at that awful moment we too may be comforted by receiving Jesus in the most holy Viaticum. Ave Maria thrice.

Glorious Virgin, who didst deposit thy spirit into the arms of Jesus; assist us, that we may deposit our souls also into the arms of Jesus, always desirous that His most holy will be done. Ave Maria thrice.

Come, then, let us magnify the glory of Mary, assisted at her death by her Son Jesus and His apostles, and joining in jubilee at her triumph, say with the second choir of the Heavenly Host:

The Litany with ℣ and ℟ and prayers as above.

August 8

Come, O Holy Ghost, etc., and O Queen of all, as above.

The glory of Mary in death, in that she died in an ecstacy of love.


Let us meditate how glorious the most holy Mary was in her death, because she died of a very ecstasy of the love of God; and desiring that we too may be strengthened by that holy fire of love, let us ask for her help:

Mary most happy Virgin, who didst die of the vehemence of thy love of God; make it thy care that in our hearts, as God wills, there be lit up this living fire of His love. Ave Maria thrice.

Mary, most happy Virgin, who dying of divine love didst teach us what our love of God ought to do; pray for us, that we may never abandon our God in life or death. Ave Maria thrice.

Mary, most happy Virgin, who in leaving this mortal life by virtue of an ecstasy of love didst make known the fire which ever burnt within thy heart; obtain for us at least a spark of that same fire, to give us true sorrow for our sins. Ave Maria thrice.

Let us with the third Choir of Angels now exalt the ineffable glory of Mary, inflamed with the love of her God:

The Litany with ℣ and ℟ and prayers as above.

August 9

Come, O Holy Ghost, etc., and O Queen of all, as above.

The glory of Mary after death in her dead body.


Let us meditate how glorious Mary was in her dead body, because it was adorned with marvellous splendour and majesty, and spread around an odour of sanctity, which was the very fragrancy of Paradise, and because innumerable miracles were wrought at the sight of it. Then, thinking upon our own miseries, let us pray:

OLady most pure, who by reason of thy virginal purity didst merit the glory to be so bright and so majestic in thy body after death; obtain for us the strength to detach ourselves from every foul spirit of impurity. Ave Maria thrice.

O Lady most pure, who by reason of thy rare virtue didst from thy dead body spread around the sweetnesses of Paradise; make it thy care that we may edify our neighbour by our life, and never more by our bad example become a stumbling-block to others. Ave Maria thrice.

O Lady most pure, at the sight of whose body numberless bodily maladies were cured; intercede for us, that by thy prayers all our spiritual ills may be healed. Ave Maria thrice.

Come, let us rejoice for the glory given to the dead body of Mary, magnifying her with the fourth Choir of Angels:

The Litany with ℣ and ℟ and prayers as above.

August 10

Come, O Holy Ghost, etc., and O Queen of all, as above.

The Glory of Mary after death in the resurrection of her body.


Let us meditate how glorious Mary was after death, since by the power of the Highest her body, raised again to life, forthwith acquired the four gifts of brightness, subtlety, agility, and impassibility; and, filled with consolation at the excellency of her glory, let us thus invoke her:

OLady exalted, who wast so gloriously raised again to life by thy God; help us so to live on earth, that we also may rise again like unto thee in the last judgment-day. Ave Maria thrice.

O Lady exalted, to whose risen body were given the gifts of brightness and of subtlety, by reason of the bright example and the humility of thy life on earth; pray for us, that all contemptuous affectation may be taken from us; that so our souls, being freed from all self-love, may be adorned with humility. Ave Maria thrice.

O Lady exalted, by the gifts of agility and impassibility with which thy risen body was glorified, by reason of thy spiritual zeal and patience while on earth; obtain for us courage valiantly to mortify our bodies, and patiently to curb all our disordinate inclinations. Ave Maria thrice.

Then let us render due praise to Mary, and magnify the glory which adorned her risen body; while with the fifth choir we exalt her:

The Litany with ℣ and ℟ and prayers as above.

August 11

Come, O Holy Ghost, etc., and O Queen of all, as above.

The glory of Mary after death in her Assumption into Heaven.


Let us meditate how gloriously Mary was taken up to heaven, being escorted thither by many legions of the heavenly hosts and blessed souls drawn by her merits out of Purgatory; and rejoicing in that majestic triumph, let us with all humility offer to her our supplications:

Great Queen, who wast assumed so royally into the kingdom of eternal peace; obtain for us that all sordid earthly thoughts be taken away from us, and our hearts fixed upon the contemplation of the unchangeable happiness of heaven. Ave Maria thrice.

Great Queen, who wast assumed to heaven amidst a company of the Angelic Hierarchy; obtain for us strength to overcome the wiles of all our enemies, and that we may lend a docile ear to the counsels of that good Angel who continually assists and governs us. Ave Maria thrice.

Great Queen, who wast assumed to heaven most gloriously, in the company of souls drawn by thy merits out of Purgatory; free us from the slavery of sin, and make us worthy to praise thee for all eternity. Ave Maria thrice.

Let us not cease to applaud at the royal triumph of Mary; and uniting our homage with the sixth Choir of Angels, let us honour the singular glory of her Assumption into Heaven:

The Litany with ℣ and ℟ and prayers as above.

August 12

Come, O Holy Ghost, etc., and O Queen of all, as above.

The glory of Mary after death in her exaltation as Queen of Heaven.


Let us meditate how glorious Mary is in Heaven, because she is enthroned there as Queen of the universe, and is ever receiving homage and veneration from countless hosts of angels and of saints; and assisting at her royal throne, let us implore her aid:

Sovereign Queen of the universe, who for thy incomparable merit art raised to such high glory in the heavens; in thy pity look upon our miseries, and rule us with the gentle sway of thy protection. Ave Maria thrice.

Sovereign Queen of the universe, who art ever receiving the worship and homage from all the heavenly hosts; accept, we pray thee, these our invocations, offered with such reverence as befits thy dignity and greatness. Ave Maria thrice.

Sovereign Queen of the universe; by that glory which thou hast by reason of thy high place in heaven, vouchsafe to take us into the number of thy servants, and obtain for us grace that, with quick and ready will, we may faithfully keep the precepts of our God and Lord. Ave Maria thrice.

Let us take part in the joy of the angels praising Mary, and rejoice with the seventh Choir, because we know that she is raised to the dignity of Queen of the universe.

The Litany with ℣ and ℟ and prayers as above.

August 13

Come, O Holy Ghost, etc., and O Queen of all, as above.

The glory of Mary after death in the crown which decks her brow.


Let us meditate how glorious Mary is in heaven by reason of the royal crown wherewith her Divine Son hath crowned her, and for the full knowledge which she now has of the deep mysteries of God, past, present, and to come; and, full of veneration for the incomparable honour bestowed upon our Queen, let us have recourse to her and say:

Queen unrivalled, who in heaven on high dost enjoy the high glory of being crowned by thy Divine Son with a royal diadem; help us to share thy matchless virtues, and ask for us that, purified in heart, we may be made worthy to be crowned with thee in Paradise. Ave Maria thrice.

Queen unrivalled in the full knowledge granted thee of all things upon earth; for thy own glory’s sake obtain pardon for our past evil deeds, that we may never offend again by froward tongue or wanton thought. Ave Maria thrice.

Queen unrivalled, whose desire it is to see men pure and clean of heart, that so they may be made worthy of thy God; obtain for us forgiveness of our sins, and help us, that all our looks, words, and deeds may please his heavenly Majesty. Ave Maria thrice.

Let us then purify our hearts, in order that we may be worthy to give praise to Mary; and to the glory she possesses in that bright crown which decks her royal brow, let us add humble tokens of our love, rejoicing in union with the eighth Choir:

The Litany with ℣ and ℟ and prayers as above.

August 14

Come, O Holy Ghost, etc., and O Queen of all, as above.

The glory of Mary after death in her patronage of man.


Let us meditate how glorious Mary is in heaven, by reason of her patronage of man, and for the power she has to aid him, with great watchfulness in all his necessities; wherefore with lively confidence, in having for our patroness the very Mother of our God, let us implore her aid:

Mary, our most powerful patroness, whose glory it is in heaven to be the advocate of man; O take us from the hands of the enemy and place us in the arms of our God and Creator. Ave Maria thrice.

Mary, our most powerful patroness, who, being in heaven the advocate of man, wouldest that all men should be saved; make it thy care that none of us despair at the sight of our past relapses into sin. Ave Maria thrice.

Mary, our most powerful Patroness, who, to fulfil thine office, dost love to be invoked by men; obtain for us such true devotion, that we may ever call upon thee in life, and above all at the awful moment of our death. Ave Maria thrice.

Now with all our hearts let us celebrate the glories of Mary; and consoled at having Mary for our advocate in Heaven, let us rejoice in praising her with the ninth Choir of angels:

The Litany with ℣ and ℟ and prayers as above.

Litany of Loreto

Lord, have mercy on us.
 Christ have mercy on us.
Lord have mercy. Christ hear us.
 Christ graciously hear us.
God the Father of heaven, have mercy on us.
God the Son, Redeemer of the world, have mercy on us.
God the Holy Spirit, have mercy on us.
Holy Trinity, one God, have mercy on us.

Holy Mary, pray for us.
Holy Mother of God, pray for us.
Holy Virgin of Virgins, pray for us
Mother of Christ, pray for us
Mother of divine grace, pray for us
Mother most pure, pray for us
Mother most chaste, pray for us
Mother inviolate, pray for us
Mother undefiled, pray for us
Mother most amiable, pray for us
Mother most admirable, pray for us
Mother of good Counsel, pray for us
Mother of our Creator, pray for us
Mother of our Savior, pray for us
Virgin most prudent, pray for us
Virgin most venerable, pray for us
Virgin most renowned, pray for us
Virgin most powerful, pray for us
Virgin most merciful, pray for us
Virgin most faithful, pray for us
Mirror of justice, pray for us
Seat of wisdom, pray for us
Cause of our joy, pray for us
Spiritual vessel, pray for us
Vessel of honor, pray for us
Singular vessel of devotion, pray for us
Mystical rose, pray for us
Tower of David, pray for us
Tower of ivory, pray for us
House of gold, pray for us
Ark of the covenant, pray for us
Gate of heaven, pray for us
Morning star, pray for us
Health of the sick, pray for us
Refuge of sinners, pray for us
Comforter of the afflicted, pray for us
Help of Christians, pray for us
Queen of Angels, pray for us
Queen of Patriarchs, pray for us
Queen of Prophets, pray for us
Queen of Apostles, pray for us
Queen of Martyrs, pray for us
Queen of Confessors, pray for us
Queen of Virgins, pray for us
Queen of all Saints, pray for us
Queen conceived without original sin, pray for us
Queen assumed into heaven, pray for us
Queen of the most holy Rosary, pray for us
Queen of families, pray for us
Queen of peace, pray for us

Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world, spare us, O Lord.
Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world, graciously hear us, O Lord.
Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world, have mercy on us.

℣. Pray for us, O Holy Mother of God.
℟. That we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ.

Let us pray.—Grant, we beseech Thee, O Lord God, that we thy servants may enjoy perpetual health of mind and body, and by the glorious intercession of blessed Mary, ever Virgin, may we be freed from present sorrow, and rejoice in eternal happiness. Through Christ our Lord. R. Amen.