Meditations and Devotions of the Late Cardinal Newman
ISBN 0217018971 (0-217-01897-1)
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Softcover, General Books LLC, 2012
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Book summary: This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1894. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... LITANIES^ (0 From Quinquagesima down to end of Second Week in Lent LITANY OF PENANCE LORD, have mercy. Lord, have mercy. Christ, have mercy. Christ, have mercy. Lord, have mercy. Lord, have mercy. Christ, hear us. Christ, graciously hear us. God the Father of Heaven, God the Son, Redeemer of the world, God the Holy Ghost, ^ Holy Trinity, one God, ^ 1 All these Litanies, except the Litany of St. Philip, are founded upon the Litanies to be met with in the ordinary Catholic Prayer books. None of them are Indulgenced, and none authorised for use in public. The Litany of St. Philip was composed by Cardinal Newman about 1851, and altered by him from time to time till printed in 1856.--W. N. Incarnate Lord, Lover of souls, Saviour of sinners, Who didst come to seek those that were lost, Who didst fast for them forty days and nights, By Thy tenderness towards Adam when he fell, By Thy faithfulness to Noe in the ark, By Thy remembrance of Lot in the midst of sinners, § By Thy mercy on the Israelites § in the desert, ^ By Thy forgiveness of David g after his confession, § By Thy patience with wicked tfc Achab on his humiliation, By Thy restoration of the penitent Manasses, By Thy long suffering towards the Ninevites, when they went in sackcloth and ashes, By Thy blessing on the Maccabees, who fasted before the battle, By Thy choice of John to go before Thee as the preacher of penance, By Thy testimony to the Publican, who hung his head and smote his breast, By Thy welcome given to the returning Prodigal, By Thy gentleness with the woman of Samaria, ^ By Thy condescension towards § Zacchaeus, persuading him &v to restitution, g By Thy pity upon the woman § taken in adultery, By Thy love of Magdalen, who loved much, By Thy converting look, ...
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