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Prayer to St. Anthony


Devotion of 13 Tuesdays in honour of
St. Anthony




TENTH TUESDAY

Introductory Prayer
Meditation

Lifeless limbs you did restore

1. Among the most celebrated miracles which Saint Anthony worked are to be counted those in which by his intercession afflicted persons recovered the use of limbs, such as eyes, hands, feet, etc. During the apostolic ministrations of our Saint men again saw the wonders that were worked in the times of our Lord and the Apostles, the blind saw, the lame walked, the dumb spoke, the deaf heard and the poor had the Gospel preached to them.

2. Let us have recourse to the Saint when we have need of such favours; but let us not forget that there are other kinds of members which we should try to restore when they have lost their use. We are members of society, and especially members of the mystical body of Christ, and we must so conduct ourselves; that no one shall become a diseased member through our fault. We are, as St Paul tells us members of Christ, and we must make every effort lest we become separated from Him and so become dead members and without spiritual life.

3. But those who should be most careful to preserve the fullness of life in these members are those of the same family, fathers and mothers, husbands and wives, brothers and sisters, sons and daughters. Thos who do not take care of their servants are guilty before God of a grave fault. Alas! If any one should be lost through my fault!

Meditate for a while on these truths and then recite the Our Father, Hail Mary and Glory be.

Here ask the grace which you desire to receive.

Concluding Prayer


 
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