The Unraveling of Our Moral Fiber


PHOTOS Tabloid covers for the week of December 20, 2010As members of a society that share common bonds, one could argue that as citizens of a particular country, we wrap ourselves in a common cloth… we share a common thread… A thread that has begun to unravel… And if you really want to get a grasp of the downward spiral we are headed in as a country, just pick up any one of the ‘celebrity’ or ‘fashion’, magazines that line the supermarket checkout shelves these days. The headlines often include words that temp our curiosities… headlines that promise  the inside scoop of some ‘star’s’ misfortunes or their ultimate downfall. Most of these celebrity magazines focus on the bad and the sinful facts, often avoiding any of the good. Stories of suicides and scandal are all too common. Most times, the news is focused on a marriage that has fallen apart …the adultery and the lust… surrounded with all the ‘juicy‘ gossip and deceit. These publishers know what sells… they know exactly what kind of bait to use to separate the consumer from his money…

Other times the front covers are the stars themselves…uncovered…bare for all to see… And unfortunately, most of these magazines are well within the sight of young impressionable children… innocent little ones that have no business setting their eyes on such filth.  Many of today’s fashion magazines contain little more than  pornographic images, that steal their way into young developing minds.  Most of these magazines contain little to no, appropriate articles that young ‘ladies‘ should be flipping through, let alone reading for any of the guidance or suggestions within. Many of these magazines are nothing more than an occasion of sin and should be avoided all together.



Even just within the past twenty or thirty years, what was once considered downright immoral and indecent, somehow passes the guidelines for publication these days. I remember a time when garbage like this was sold in dark corner stores in the seedy part of town. But even back then, you still had to go behind a curtain if you wanted to step into this dark world of debauchery… it wasn’t out in the open for all to see. But, we have changed.  We have allowed ourselves to slide down that slippery slope. We have become desensitized to the images that are flaunted and shoved in our faces at every turn. We cannot recognize it for the sin that it is.  And I am not even talking about the impact of the internet on our children.

As Christians, we have got to be on guard. We have got to be pro-active. Every moment of everyday. I am not kidding. Bad things happen. Even in good families. Sin will never bypass an opportunity to rear its ugly head… to sink it’s teeth into the innocent… We have got to realize the terrible impact this moral decline is having on our family, on our children. Even if we think we are being safe. Even if we think that we are being careful… it is never enough to rely only on our own power. We must rely on the power of God. The Holy Spirit is a powerful force against sin. That said, as parents…as protectors... we cannot be half-hearted, we have got to be all in against this sin of impurity. Unchecked, it will rob us of our children. Ultimately destroying the family unit… rotting it to it’s very core…. putting all involved in a grave danger of spending their eternity in hell. It is that serious.

Thankfully, we have a defense. God has given us a plan. He has given us what we need as we plod our way through these days on earth, surrounded by the trappings of sin. God in His infinite Wisdom has left for us Our Holy Mother Church. She is our guide, a firm and constant reminder of His Pure and Holy Light in this world gone mad. The Catholic Church is an Institution created by Him, that will  help steer us in the right direction. As Catholics, not only do we have the Bible…The Very Word of God, but we have His teachings… in the Tradition of the Holy Mother Church… Those teachings that have been handed down from one generation to the next… An Apostolic line of teachings... And unlike the current fads and trends of the world… God’s teachings never go out of style. They are always current and right on cue. Regardless of what the secular world says. All we need to do is to look at the saints. Those models of holiness and purity, who lived their lives in such a way as to stay on course of the narrow path… the path that leads to God and Heaven.

Saint Maria Goretti, patroness of modern youth, to be ...

Maria Goretti is one such saint that will help us guide our children in their holiness. The post I wrote last year tells her remarkable story can be found here. She knew that her purity was a gift to be treasured and she risked her life protecting it. Another young saint who understood the dangerous threat that temptations against purity do to the soul, a saint whom we should regularly invoke, especially for our sons, is  Saint Aloysius Gonzaga.

Remember, this is a battle that can be won, but only with constant prayers…. Yet, even then, some days it will seem that the battle is never going to end… and on other days it may feel like the whole world is crashing around you… fighting against you in your struggle to retain an atmosphere of purity in the home... It is  during these times, we must keep our head down and keep praying…We mustn’t  allow the world to convince us that we should just go with the flow… that it’s not that bad… ”That the times have changed,” and that “the Church should change with it.”

We mustn’t allow anyone to tell us that we should not be  clinging to those ‘old fashioned value’s and these ideals of the Church… We need to stay strong and realize that our very life depends on it. Because it does. These ‘ideals’, these ‘laws’, they come from God, which is the only source of Light in this dark world …  Even when it seems that darkness has forced it’s way in and won… Don’t give up…. even when it seems that the threat of sin has overtaken you and is holding you in it’s grasp…Smothering the Light of Christ right out of your very soul... or the soul of someone very close to you... just know, there is no sin, no temptation, that God cannot overcome... all you have to do is ask… and then…all you have to do is Trust. May God Bless you in your battle… May He bless us all.


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Saint Thomas the Apostle – ‘Doubting Thomas’

Gospel of John 20 :24-29

Now Thomas, one of the twelve, who is called Didymus, was not with them when Jesus came.
25 The other disciples therefore said to him: We have seen the Lord. But he said to them: Except I shall see in His hands the print of the nails, and put my finger into the place of the nails, and put my hand into His side, I will not believe.

26 And after eight days again his disciples were within, and Thomas with them. Jesus came, the doors being shut, and stood in the midst, and said: Peace be to you.
27 Then he saith to Thomas: Put in thy finger hither, and see My hands; and bring hither thy hand, and put it into My side; and be not faithless, but believing.
28 Thomas answered, and said to Him: My Lord, and my God.
29 Jesus saith to him: Because thou hast seen Me, Thomas, thou hast believed: blessed are they that have not seen, and have believed.

It was a difficult time for the Apostles, Jesus had been crucified, His body had been laid in a tomb that belonged to another man, and now His body was missing. The apostles were afraid. They were gathered together in the upper room huddled together…praying. They did not know what was going to happen to them. Mary Magdalene had told them that Jesus was alive…but they did not believe her because they had not seen it with their own eyes….so they were hiding in the locked room. Thomas wasn’t with them when Jesus first appeared to them. The door had been locked, and suddenly Jesus was in their midst… their doubts…their fears… vanished…. as they realized that Jesus had risen… He had done as He had said… He was alive.

Poor Thomas, he wasn’t with them… He didn’t get to see with his own eyes the risen Lord. His fears were still gnawing at him. And even though the others told him what had happened, he needed proof. He needed tangible evidence to calm his fears…to settle his doubts… just like most of us...he wanted to see Christ with his own eyes… touch Christ with his own hands…It wasn’t just that he questioned the fact that Jesus had risen from the dead… he probably approached everything in his life with this same sort of doubt. Don’t we, do the same thing?

We hear someone say something, and we listen… and if it is something unbelievable we toss it around in our heads…we try to rationalize it, but if it is something really ‘fantastic’ we need proof… we need tangible evidence. We need to see it with our own eyes as well. We need to touch it with our own hands. Like Thomas, we are all doubters as well. Particularly when it comes to our Faith.

Oh, we may profess the Creed week after week… mouthing the words…. like faithful sheep, but do we really believe? Our lack of reverence in front of the Blessed Sacrament…says not…

It’s true. Most people will say they believe that the Eucharist is the Body and Blood of Christ. Most of us even touch it with our own hands…our own mouths…but do we really believe? Do we act like we are in the presence of the Lord  when we walk near the tabernacle that houses His Most Precious Body…His Most Precious Blood…do we genuflect or show some sign of reverence? Not just a quick little nod of our head either… that is informal…that is how we treat each other. Our Lord He deserves More. He deserves to be treated…like a …. King.

I know people who love England’s Royal family and if they ever see  these ‘royalty’, well its all, wobbly knees and giddy excitement. They feel like they need to show some sort of reverence towards these people…these men and women who are in all respects Just like us…

But then, when these same people walk into any Catholic Church that has a tabernacle which actually houses Our Dear Lord…they carry on as if its nothing…they carry on as if they do not believe that the King of Kings…the Lord of Life is in their midst…. As a whole, we tend to show our doubt more than our respect when it comes to Our Dear Lord. We are much worse than Thomas in this regard…For we have actually seen Jesus…we have actually consumed Our Dear Lord’s Body and still, we carry on as if we don’t believe. And Thomas, oh, he’s the doubting one...ehh?

I know people will get upset with this, but it is not reverent to carry on inside a Catholic Church as if it is just a common meeting hall, instead of acting as if you are in the House of the Lord. It’s rude to enter into the house of someone and not talk to the host. You wouldn’t even dream of going to someone’s house and ignoring them. But that is what happens in Catholic Churches all over the world…especially on Sunday mornings. Most people who go to daily Mass, have a bit more sense that to sit and chat with their neighbors, all the while ignoring the Lord. But unfortunately, so many people who fill the Churches on Sunday don’t believe…they fail to understand this greatness of this Treasure…

Many attend Mass out of routine and obligation, but they don’t really grasp the Divine Nature of the Faith… They look with eyes…but they cannot see. They fail to realize that they have in front of them the very Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Our Blessed Lord… and they carry on as if they don’t believe. Unfortunately we have become a people of doubt. We have become a people without a firm grasp of our Faith. We put more trust into what the world tells us to believe. Even when the world is telling us nothing but lies. We have become a nation who doubts the Truth…the very Truth revealed to us by God... We have become a group far more dangerous than any ‘doubting Thomas.’ For Thomas, even though he had his fears, and his doubts…When Jesus was in front of him, he was able to recognize Christ for what He truly was….and he was able to say without a doubt…”My Lord… and my God…”

“I believe; help me with my unbelief!” (Mark 9:24).



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July – Devotion to the Most Precious Blood of Jesus

Conscious, merciful Savior, of my nothingness and of Thy sublimity, I cast myself at Thy feet and thank Thee for the many proofs of Thy grace shown unto me, Thy ungrateful creature.  I thank Thee especially for delivering me by Thy Precious Blood from the destructive power of Satan. In the presence of my dear Mother Mary, my guardian angel, my patron saint, and of the whole company of heaven, I dedicate myself voluntarily with a sincere heart, O dearest Jesus, to Thy Precious Blood, by which Thou hast redeemed the world from sin, death and hell. I promise Thee, with the help of Thy grace and to the utmost of my strength to stir up and foster devotion to Thy Precious Blood, the price of our redemption, so that Thy adorable Blood may be honored and glorified by all. In this way, I wish to make reparation for my disloyalty towards Thy Precious Blood of love, and to make satisfaction to Thee for the many profanations which men commit against that precious price of their salvation. O would that my own sins, my coldness, and all the acts of disrespect I have ever committed against Thee, O Holy Precious Blood, could be undone. Behold, O dearest Jesus, I offer to Thee the love, honor and adoration, which Thy most Holy Mother, Thy faithful disciples and all the saints have offered to Thy Precious Blood. I ask Thee to forget my earlier faithlessness and coldness, and to forgive all who offend Thee. Sprinkle me, O Divine Savior, and all men with Thy Precious Blood, so that we, O Crucified Love, may love Thee from now on with all our hearts, and worthily honor the price of our salvation.
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Solemnity of St. Peter and St. Paul



The Coward and the Killer. Think about it. Two of the greatest saints in the history of the Church, were literally nothing without God. As they set about their own lives,  they floundered about. In the case of Peter, who was called Simon, he was a simple, often boastful fisherman, who bragged about his strengths almost as often as he fell into his weaknesses. And even when he was hanging out with Jesus, gaining graces and mercy… he still struggled with his many vices… time after time he fled the scene or he bailed on Jesus in those important moments… Those moments when Jesus asked him to have His back… Peter failed. And even when Christ warned him about his nature, Peter still betrayed Jesus.  Sure, he loved Jesus...but when the chips were down, he could not be counted on… and it happened more than once…

In Paul’s case, when he was still called Saul,  not only did he flounder… but he destroyed things. Things that Christ had built. You see, he was full of self pride, and he wanted things done his way. Things had to be just so, and because Christians were rocking the boat…changing the way things had always been for him, he hated them… and shortly after Jesus was crucified, he spent his time seeking out the remaining Christians and killing them. He was trying to wipe them from the face of the earth. He was actually one of the men who stoned the first Christian martyr, Saint Steven. On his own, Paul was a messed up dude. He was a Christian killer. If you think about it, he was an anti- Christ. Full of arrogance and pride, he was traveling on a path to hell…

But as I have said before…. God is awesome…and He knew what He had made. He knew the potential that these men had. He knew that He could make these men great. He knew that with His help they could convert thousands… and He saw in them what no one else would ever have seen if it hadn’t for Him. If it hadn’t been for His mercy,  His goodness and His grace. In fact, He had counted the hairs on their heads before they were born. He knew that He had made them, just as He made us, in His own image and likeness. Imagine that! You… me, every single one of us… We are all made in the image and likeness of Our Awesome Lord. Knit from His very hands in our mother’s wombs.

It’s true and it is a fact. Regardless of what the Godless people say, we were all created by a Great and awesome Lord. For great and Holy things. Just like Peter who had not only betrayed Our Lord, but had been a coward as well, and Saul, who had sought his glory in his pride. God created all of us to be with Him in heaven. He created all of us for sainthood. Whatever we may have done…whatever may be in our past. One way or the other we are all called. Perhaps not in the magnitude that Peter and Paul were called. But great saints none the less. All we need is to follow God’s call. And  this starts with amending our lives… opening ourselves to God’s forgiveness… We must seek out God’s mercy and His forgiveness in the sacraments of the Holy Mother Church. We must allow the Spirit of God to move through us… to move us

Of course, others around us may have a hard time accepting that God has forgiven us, that we have amended our ways. Still others may never accept the fact that God is calling each of us to greatness.  Often, those who are closest to us, those who do not have a solid relationship with the Lord… are the ones most unwilling to let us leave our sins behind. Some of these same people may even try to keep us chained to our past… pushing us into the darkness that lingers there… but we have to trust that God’s mercy is for everyone who makes amends. Any sin that has been revealed in confession and forgiven by the priest… is forgiven. Let no man hold your past sins over you as a way to get you to ignore the Lord. God is calling you. He is calling all of us. Broken, bent and sinful. He is the divine healer. He can… and will heal us all. It is His design for us to be great. His Heart…His Divine Blood will wash us clean…if we let Him.

But this also means that we can’t settle for being a coward.  We can’t allow our tendency to fall into our vices to dictate who we are. We can’t  think for a moment that God created us to be just so-so. He didn’t expect that type of mediocrity from Peter, and He sure as heck demanded a change in Paul… a change that only happened once Paul was knocked from his high horse. He expects the same from us. He doesn’t expect us to be lukewarm, or mediocre. He wants Greatness. He wants sacrifice. Not just those little bitty things that keep us comfortable in our sin. No, He is our Lord. Our God, our King, our All.  And He deserves our all. So, as we go through our days, we shouldn’t settle for being less than what God created. We have to stop hiding behind our excuses. We have to look at ourselves as Saints Peter and Paul were forced to look at themselves… Even if we think we can’t. We have to remember what Saint Paul said, and make it the motto for our life,
I can do all things with Christ Who strengthens me.…” We must be humble enough to realize that it is only with the grace of God that we will ever make it through this life…

Because that is all we’ve got, and when it is all said and done, any greatness we have, was given to us as a gift from God. At our Baptism, each and everyone one of us has been endowed with the gift of the Holy Spirit. But it is up to us… these miserable sinners that we are, much like the former Saints Peter and Paul, to give ourselves up… and hand ourselves over without reserve… to the Lord. Because when it comes down to it, we all belong to the Lord, and with a humble composure we must give it back… every last ounce of His greatness back to God, Whom it belongs to in the end.

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Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Pray For Us

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Oh Mother of Perpetual Help, grant that I may ever invoke your powerful name, the protection of the living and the salvation of the dying. Purest Mary, let your name henceforth be ever on my lips. Delay not, Blessed Lady, to rescue me whenever I call on you. In my temptations, in my needs, I will never cease to call on you, ever repeating your sacred name, Mary, Mary. What a consolation, what sweetness, what confidence fills my soul when I utter your sacred name or even only think of you! I thank the Lord for having given you so sweet, so powerful, so lovely a name. But I will not be content with merely uttering your name. Let my love for you prompt me ever to hail you Mother of Perpetual Help. Mother of Perpetual Help, pray for me and grant me the favor I confidently ask of you.
(Then say three Hail Marys).



Novena Prayer
Dear Mother of Perpetual Help * from the cross Jesus gave you to us for our Mother. You are the kindest the
most loving * of all mothers. Look tenderly on us your children * as we now ask you to help us in all our needs
* especially this one … (Pause to recall your petition). While you were on earth, dear Mother * you willingly
shared in the sufferings of your Son. Strengthened by your faith and confidence * in the fatherly love of God *
you accepted the mysterious designs of His will.
We too, have our crosses and trials. Sometimes they almost crush us to the ground. Dearest Mother * share
with us your abundant faith and confidence in God. Make us aware that God never ceases to love us; * that He
answers all our prayers * in the way that is best for us. Strengthen our hearts to carry the cross * in the
footsteps of your Divine Son. Help us to realize * that he who shares the cross of Christ * will certainly share
His resurrection.
Dearest Mother, as we worry about our own problems * let us not forget the needs of others. You always loved
others so much; * help us to do the same. While praying for our intentions * and for the intentions of all here
present at this Novena * we earnestly ask you, our Mother * to help us comfort the sick and the dying * give
hope to the poor and the unemployed * heal the broken-hearted * lighten the burden of the oppressed * teach
justice to their oppressors and bring back to God all those who have offended Him.
Dearest Mother, help us to avoid sin which separates us from our heavenly Father * and from one another. Full
of trust in you * we place ourselves under the mantle of your maternal protection * and confidently hope for
your powerful help.Amen.
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Nativity of Saint John the Baptist

The birth of Saint John the Baptist is a special day in the Holy Mother Church. Because it is a Solemnity, and because it falls on a Sunday this year, it takes precedence over the celebration of the 12th Sunday in Ordinary time…. a momentous occasion indeed.  It is also one of only three birthdays that are celebrated in the Liturgical calendar of the Holy Mother Church. The other two being the birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Birth of Jesus Christ.

Falling on June 24th, it is six months before the birth of Christ, as revealed in the time line of Luke’s Gospel.

The angel answered, “The Holy Spirit will come on you, and the power of the Most High will overshadow you. So the holy one to be born will be called the Son of God. 36 Even Elizabeth your relative is going to have a child in her old age, and she who was said to be unable to conceive is in her sixth month. 37 For no word from God will ever fail.”

38 “I am the Lord’s servant,” Mary answered. “May your word to me be fulfilled.” Then the angel left her.

39 At that time Mary got ready and hurried to a town in the hill country of Judea, 40 where she entered Zechariah’s home and greeted Elizabeth. 41 When Elizabeth heard Mary’s greeting, the baby leaped in her womb, and Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit. 42 In a loud voice she exclaimed: “Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the child you will bear! 43 But why am I so favored, that the mother of my Lord should come to me? 44 As soon as the sound of your greeting reached my ears, the baby in my womb leaped for joy. 45 Blessed is she who has believed that the Lord would fulfill his promises to her!”


Saint Augustine recognized the connection of the births of Jesus and St. John the Baptist in relation to the cycles of nature. He noted that whereas the birth of Christ is celebrated just days after the winter solstice, when the days are beginning to grow longer, emphasizing to the world that it is in fact Jesus Who dispels the world’s darkness. It is also why the Church places the Feast of St. John the Baptist’s Nativity in June, just after the summer solstice, when the days are getting shorter…to reinforce St. John the Baptist’s own statement, “He must increase, I must decrease.” (John 3:30)

That is the kicker isn’t it? “He must increase, I must decrease.” That’s a hard one to embrace for many of us. We want to follow Christ, we want to spread His Light into the world, but we really don’t want to ‘decrease‘ do we? We tend to fight this aspect of being a true follower of Christ. We say we are doing things for the Glory of God, but more often that not, we tend to bask in that glory. In our pride, we like when people recognize us for the good we do. We like that people look at us and see God’s goodness…God’s grace and mercy… which in itself is fine and good… But so often we start thinking that we have something to do with it. We don’t decrease…we take a bit of the glory for ourselves…we claim it for our own…as  if we could ever do a good that wasn’t created by God… We wear this ‘glory’  like a badge… We turn a virtue into vise by pretending that it is something we have done…“Look at me… I am good.” Is this what Saint John the baptist did? I don’t think so…

But God is good, and He has a way of setting things right. He has a way of adjusting our attitudes… This is precisely why humiliations are given to us. And if you are like me, you want to run the other way…I mean, Who wants to suffer humiliation? But sometimes… actually, all times... God knows better than us. He knows what is the best for us… for our soul. And so we are often given doses of humiliation to help us with our pride…to keep our ego in check…it is the remedy for our, ‘I am so good, look at me‘ illness… Funny thing is, that most of us don’t even realize just how sick we are. We have become that comfortable with our pride. Prancing around with it like it is  a beautiful coat. We don’t even realize that we should be wearing camel’s hair and eating locusts…We don’t think that our pride is an issue…we aren’t that bad after all…. Right??? Well, I’m afraid not…

This lack of arrogance and pride is what draws me to St. John the Baptist. He was most special to the Lord, chosen to be born freed from the stain of  original sin, by an exemplary grace of being baptized while still in the womb of his mother. And yet, he wandered in the desert. Preaching and preparing the way for the Lord. He took for himself none of the glory. He pointed the way to the Lord. Everything he did was for God. He was all in. All the time. Suffering humiliation after humiliation for God. He recognized that he was not even worthy to untie the sandal of the Lord… do we recognize our own unworthiness?

Saint John the Baptist was indeed special. He shared a special bond with the Lord, that raised him above the others, and yet he was so humble… so poor, here on earth. He is a fine example for all of us today especially in this day and age when we are constantly being told how good we are…how we only deserve what is the best…the world owes it to us.... For most of us, our egos have been fed and groomed to believe such nonsense…When what is really happening, is that we are being distracted from the calling of the Lord.

That is why we must remember Saint John the Baptist, we must look at his life… look at the way he lived… and try embracing a bit of his humility… Even though he was chosen by God for such a vital role, he did not waiver, he set his eyes on the Lord…turning away from all the distractions of the world… and all the temptations that come with it. Choosing instead to devote his life to the One Who made him…to the One Who loved him…and the One of Whom, he loved. Let us say a prayer that we may turn away from our self indulgences and follow the narrow path that was the way of Saint John the Baptist and his life, and let us pray that with God’s mercy and grace…we too may follow the path that leads to the Lord… humiliations and all.

 O glorious Saint John the Baptist, greatest prophet among those born of woman, although thou wast sanctified in thy mother’s womb and didst lead a most innocent life, nevertheless it was thy will to retire into the wilderness, there to devote thyself to the practice of austerity and penance; obtain for us of thy Lord the grace to be wholly detached, at least in our hearts, from earthly goods, and to practice Christian mortification with interior recollection and with the spirit of holy prayer. Amen.

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Saint Aloysius Gonzaga

The life of Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, whom is known as the patron saint of youth, is a good example of virtue for young men. The following prayer acknowledges the trials and tribulations that young men face and asks the intercession of Saint Aloysius for them.

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A Prayer to Be Said by Young Men (to St. Aloysius Gonzaga)

O most glorious Saint Aloysius, who hast been honored by the Church with the fair title of “angelic youth,” because of the life of utmost purity thou didst lead here on earth, I come before thy presence this day with all the devotion of my mind and heart. O perfect exemplar, kind and powerful patron of young men, how great is my need of thee! The world and the devil are trying to ensnare me; I am conscious of that ardor of my passions; I know full well the weakness and inconstancy of my age. Who shall be able to keep me safe, if not thou, O saint of angelic purity, the glory and honor, the loving protector of youth? To thee, therefore, I have recourse with all my soul, to thee I commit myself with all my heart. I hereby resolve, promise, and desire to be especially devout toward thee, to glorify thee by imitating thy extraordinary virtues and in particular thy angelic purity, to copy thy example, and to promote devotion to thee among my companions. O dear Saint Aloysius, do thou guard and defend me always, in order that, under thy protection and following thy example, I may one day be able to join with thee in seeing and praising my God forever in heaven. Amen.

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