Bereavement prayer

Bereavement Prayers

Bereavement prayers can be a meaningful part of the funeral service. This is a time when we our looking for spiritual solace and strength for our hearts.

Von:https://www.comfort-for-bereavement.com/bereavementprayers.html

Comfort the Grieving – Father, I pray …

Comfort the Grieving – Jim & Kaye Johns … and others in my circle of family and friends who are grieving … Top Prayers. Prayer for a Child’s …

Von:http://www.beliefnet.com/prayers/protestant/death/comfort-the-grieving.aspx

5 Prayers for Comfort – Find God’s …

There are also prayers for families and friends who … Prayer for Comfort when Grieving. Prayer for strength is suitable for … prayers for bereavement .

Von:http://www.lords-prayer-words.com/prayers_before/prayer_for_comfort.html

prayers And Reflections For The Bereaved – Bromham

Prayers and Reflections for the Bereaved … We hope you have drawn strength and support from the love and caring of family … Contact for Bereavement

Von:http://www.bromhambenefice.org/Bereavement/Bereavement Booklet.pdf

5 prayers to help you cope with grief …

Prayer can be an indispensable resource for a grieving heart. Here are 5 prayers to help you weather a season of grief and loss.

Von:https://www.guideposts.org/…/5-prayers-for-a-grieving-heart

Prayers for Grief – Knowing Jesus

Prayers for Grief. Submit Prayer … More Prayers for Grief. Prayer For Help In Times Of Despair … I pray for this family and for their chrcuh family.

Von:https://prayer.knowing-jesus.com/Prayers-for-Grief

Prayer For Those Grieving the Loss of

For Those Grieving the Loss of Loved Ones Dedicated in loving memory of Pastor … Prayer for family that past as a unknown death but put it into God …

Von:https://christianstt.com/prayer-grieving-loss-loved-ones

Mourning Prayer & Prayers for Grieving

Three Christian prayers for those who mourn, with a prayer for a grieving family, a prayer for strength and comfort in loss, & a mourning prayer poem.

Von:http://www.prayerscapes.com/prayers/healing/mourning_prayer.html

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The prayers below are freely available for non-profit evangelization purposes.
Please use and adapt them as you see fit.

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Categories (in alphabetical order)
Adult Faith
Blessings and Special Prayers
Bereavement Prayers
Bullying & Safe Schools
Children’s Prayers
French Language Prayers
New:  Graduation
New:  Indigenous Peoples
Justice
Leadership
Life (Prayers for)
Mary
New:  Mercy
Natural Disasters
New Evangelization
Peace
Professional Activity
Retreats
School Council Activity
School Improvement & Safe Schools
Special Education & Special Needs
Stewardship
Strategic Planning
Teacher Inservice/Orientation
Unity
Virtues
Vocation
Wellness

NEW:  What Makes an Effective Prayer Service?
(One page overview of how to put together an effective prayer service for use in our Catholic schools. Explains individual parts with helpful diagram to illustrate how they fit together.)

Adult Faith – Prayers, Reflection Exercises and Links

The Door of Faith

(Prayer for Catholic educators/leadership at the start of the Year of Faith)Faith, Professionalism and Wellness(5 minute prayer service to open a PA session or day) Our Journey in Faith(Prayer to open board wide school council gathering)Educating in the Light of Faith(Suitable for Inservice/New Teacher Induction)The Gift of Faith(Prayer service to celebrate the virtue of Faith)Disciples and Citizens(Opening Prayer, TPA Inservice, Curriculum Inservice, Staff or Leadership Meeting)RCCDSB Adult Faith Resource PageRCCDSB Year of Faith Resource Page

Blessings and Special Prayers

New:  Blessing for Crucifixes

(Suitable where crucifixes are being blessed for new school or given out for special purpose. Adapted from various blessings for religious articles)Commissioning Prayer for School Council Chairs(Suitable for use during Mass or as part of a prayer service)Ground-breaking for a New School Prayer ServiceBlessing of Land for a New School(Included in Ground-breaking prayer above, can be used alone)Morning Offering(Composed by Mr. Tony Contant’s class at St. James Catholic School, Eganville)Blessing of Rosaries and Commissioning Prayer for New StaffPrayers for a Priest Who Has DiedPrayer to Bless a New Play StructureChildren’s Prayer Links(Loyola Press website)

Bereavement Prayers

Prayers for a Priest Who Has Died
New:  Prayer for Member of School Community Who Has Died
(Suitable for staff or whole school use; you may wish to include parish priest, if available)

Prayer Service for a Colleague Who has Died
(Earlier version of above prayer. Suitable for staff use)Prayer for a Friend/Colleague Who has Died
(Closing prayer from above prayer service)Catholic Funerals and Eulogies, the Pall and the Flag
(CCCB, 2006.  Explains why Funeral Mass is not proper place for eulogy, and how deceased person may be appropriately remembered during the Mass and homily. Also explains the significance of the pall – reminder of Baptism, new life in resurrected Christ – and flag )Suggested Readings for a Catholic Funeral(From St. John the Baptist Catholic parish, Brighton, MN.  Links to readings are from American NAB translation.  A funeral service in Canada should use the NRSV translation in the Canadian lectionary. Nevertheless, still a good reference list – both for funerals and school memorial services/prayer services)

Bullying and Safe Schools

RCCDSB Resource Package, Reverencing the Dignity of All

(Bullying Awareness Week  AM announcements and prayers, classroom exercises)Scripture Reflections Around Bullying Issues(Anti-bullying prayer service can be built around these reflections.)

Children’s Prayers

Children’s Prayer Links
(Loyola Press website)

French Language Prayers

Various French Language Prayers
(From website of Office Provincial de l’Éducation de la foi Catholique de l’Ontario )

Viens Allons Prier! Quand la prière résonne dans les murs de la famille…et de la vie… (Organisme catholique pour la vie et famille, 2001.  Good collection of basic French language prayers see page 5 and page 6)

New:  Graduation

End of School Year Prayer of the Faithful
(Suitable for end of year school Mass or prayer service)

Graduation Prayer ServiceSome Graduation Thoughts (Ideas that might help preparing address to graduating students)

Looking Back and Looking Ahead: The Value of Friendship (End-of-year student reflection sheet and prayer exercise on the subject of friendship)

Indigenous Peoples

New:  Orange Shirt Week School Morning Announcements & Prayers:  Sept 25-29, 2017
(A week of announcements, prayers, reflections and links to prepare for Orange Shirt Day as a follow-up to Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission).

New:  Prayer for Truth and Reconciliation (Prayer of repentance and solidarity with Indigenous Peoples following Canada’s Truth & Reconciliation Commission)

RCCDSB Kateri Tekakwitha Page
RCCDSB World Religions Page – Scroll down to “Indigenous Spirituality” section.

Justice

Litany of Witnesses to God’s Justice

Leadership Prayers

New:  Maintaining Relevance Today, Tomorrow and Into the Future
(Prayer for Catholic Educational staff and leaders on the ongoing relevance of Catholic education for today’s world)

New:  Walking Forward Together. Prayer for Leaders in our Catholic Educational Community (Liturgy of the word to open a daytime meeting of leaders in local Catholic educational community, including clergy or parent councils, administrators, senior admin etc., with focus on dialogue, honouring one another’s gifts, and walking forward together)

New:  Ste. Marguerite: Model for Leaders in Catholic Education
(Prayer service begins with brief life of Ste Marguerite d’Youville, followed by Gospel, reflection, prayer of faithful, closing prayer. Suitable for board leadership team or directors council meeting. Prayer composed for Memorial of Ste. Marguerite, Oct 16, but easily adapted for use at other times)
New:  Integrating the Catholic Faith Through Critical Analysis of the Arts, Media and Technology
(Prayer for Catholic Educators to begin school year, focusing on integrating Catholic faith through a critical analysis of the arts, media & technology)
New:  Leadership in Demanding Times
(Prayer service with brief adult faith reflection on leadership. Suitable to open leadership meeting)

April prayer in preparation for Catholic Education Week: “Leading in the Light of Christ” (Adapted from OCSTA CEW 2012 Advance Kit)

A New Year of Leading and Serving (Prayer service for leaders in Catholic schools at the beginning of a new calendar year)

Prayer for Leaders in Catholic EducationWaiting in the Upper Room Staff Prayer ServiceServant Leadership Prayer ServiceLiving and Working as Church

Life (Prayers to Support Life)

New: Thank You for the Gift of Me
(Suitable for the end of Theme Three unit in the Fully Alive Program)

Prayer for Life (Prayer service to be used before Relay for Life or other activities in support of life)

Prayer for Life by Pope John Paul II

Mary

New:  Fatima 100 Year Anniversary Morning Prayers: Wed Oct 11, Thurs Oct 12, Fri Oct 13, 2017
(Each day briefly recounts events leading up to and including Fatima apparitions, their messages, Miracle of the Sun, and finishes with a prayer.)

New:  Following Jesus With Mary (Prayer service to open a PA Day, PLC or staff meeting. Reflects on the role of Mary in early Church and in our lives.)

Prayer to Our Lady Before a Staff Meeting
Prayer to Mary, Mother of Hope (Adapted from longer prayer in Pope John Paul II’s Apostolic Exhortation on Jesus Christ Alive in His Church, the Source of Hope for Europe , 2003)

Teaching the Rosary to High School Students (From Engagingfaith.blogspot.com Practical advice for teaching the Rosary, with helpful links resources related to Mary)

Marian Prayers
(Good online collection of classical, papal, litany, novena and other Marian prayers from the University of Dayton’s Mary Prayer Page)
Rosary and Living Rosary Outlines
(See October and May sections of Monthly/Seasonal Prayer Page)

Adult Faith Presentations on Mary (See Adult Faith Page, under “Mary”)

Mercy

NEW:  Living God’s Mercy
(Prayer highlighting our call to be the merciful hands and feet of Jesus. Suitable for elementary and secondary use.)

Natural Disasters

Renfrew County CDSB Resources

Day of Hope Prayer ServiceCatechism Selections for Addressing Questions Arising From DisastersAlgonquin & Lakeshore CDSB ResourcesALCDSB Resources (Fifteen pages of helpful prayer resources and readings in response to disasters)

Prayer Service of Solidarity (In Light of  Tsunami Disaster)
Sudbury CDSB Prayers
Prayers for Victims of Hurricane Katrina (adaptable to other circumstances)

CARFLEO
CARFLEO Tsunami (2005) ResourcesFrom U.S. Bishops’ ConferencePrayer to Blessed Virgin Mary,Prayer for Intercession of the Saints,Prayer to Blessed TrinityRoman Catholic Diocese of Joliet, IllinoisHurricane Katrina Prayer SuggestionsSolidarity/Relief Effort Pages and Links
Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace
Caritas Intarnational

New Evangelization

New:  Putting out into the Deep. A Prayer for Catholic Educators in the New Evangelization
(Suitable for opening a staff meeting, PA day or conference)

Peace

Prayer Service for Peace
(Can be used as commemoration of September 11th or Remembrance Day)

Reflection on Peace

Professional Activity Prayer Services

New:  Following Jesus With Mary
(Prayer service to open a PA Day, PLC or staff meeting. Reflects on the role of Mary in early Church and in our lives.)

New:  You Are the Light of the World
(Short prayer service to open PA day, staff, leadership or school council meeting)
New:  Claiming our Role as Global Stewards: Closing the Gaps (Short prayer service to begin Oct 11, 2013 PA Day, suitable for PLC/Staff Meeting)

 Planting in Hope, Nurturing in Love
(Short prayer service to begin a PA day, PLC or Staff Meeting)
 Faith, Professionalism and Wellness
(5 minute prayer service to open a PA session or day)
Wellness Caring for God’s Temple
(Suitable for opening a PA day or staff inservice)
Making a Difference in our Catholic Schools
(20-30 minute prayer service to open a PA day – can involve 20 or more participants)

The Gift of Catholic Curriculum (One page prayer service suitable for opening a curriculum inservice meeting)

Educating in Christian Hope (1 page opening prayer for Curriculum inservice or PA Day)

Learning Together in Wonder and Awe (Prayer Service to open Professional Activity Day, PLC, Staff Meeting)

Servant Leadership Prayer Service (Prayer service for leaders in Catholic school systems)

Tending the Fertile Ground of the Heart (Opening Prayer Staff Meeting, PLC, PA Day)

Teaching and Learning in the Spirit (Opening Prayer suitable for PA day or inservice)

Retreat Prayers and Outlines

Nurturing the Seeds of the Kingdom
(Prayer to Invoke Holy Spirit at start of a staff retreat)

Staff Twilight Retreat Outline (From EOCCC’s Curriculum Support for Catholic Schools)

Confirmation
New:  Confirmation Retreat Opening PrayerNew:  Confirmation Retreat Closing Prayer (Can be shortened/simplified to suit needs)

New:  Daily Prayer to the Holy Spirit
(For student use in preparation for receiving Sacrament of Confirmation)

School Council Prayers

New:  You Are the Light of the World
(Short prayer service to open PA day, staff, leadership or school council meeting)

New:  Commissioning Prayer for School Council Chairs
(Suitable for use during Mass or as part of a prayer service)
New:  Planning the Road Ahead in our Catholic Schools
(Prayer service regional school council gathering, suitable for strategic planning)
Stewards of God’s Gifts
(Prayer service to open board wide school council gathering)
 Our Journey in Faith (Prayer to open board wide school council gathering)

Charting the Future in Challenging Times
(From School Council Professional Development Evening)

Building a Culture of Wisdom and Peace (Opening Prayer for School Council Gathering)

Catholic Schools:  Educating the Soul (Opening Prayer for School Council Gathering)

Catholic Schools:  Educating the Soul in a Tecnhological Age (Opening Prayer for School Council Gathering)

School Improvement and Safe Schools Prayers

School Improvement and Safe Schools Planning Prayer
(Safe Schools PA day opening prayer)

Catholic Schools:  Safe Places to Grow (Prayer service for school improvement planning, safe schools and student achievement PA days)

Special Education & Special Needs

New:  Special Olympics Opening Prayer

Embracing the Road to Independence (Prayer service to open PA day for EAs and ECEs working with special needs students)

Helpers on the Road to Independence (Prayer service to open PA day for EAs and ECEs working with special needs students)

Prayer for Assistive Technology Teachers
(Prayer before working with students using AT)
Ephthata – Be Opened (Prayer service for special needs educators inservice)

Every Educator a Special Educator (Prayer to begin Special Education inservice or PA Day)

See Also Jan Bentham’s Prayers:
A Prayer for Our Special Children (Prayer asking God’s blessings on our Special Needs Students and those who care for them)

A Tale of a Good Samaritan Teacher (A Parable for Teachers based on Luke 10)

Stewardship Prayers

Stewardship Prayer

Stewardship of God’s Gifts (One page prayer service to begin a PA day)

Stewards of God’s Gifts (Prayer service to open board wide school council gathering)

Strategic Planning

Planning the Road Ahead.  A Prayer for Strategic Planning in our Catholic School Board
(Prayer service to open a strategic planning session for Board Parent Involvement Council)

Planning the Road Ahead in our Catholic Schools (Prayer service regional school council gathering, suitable for strategic planning – slightly adapted from prayer above)

Teacher Inservice/Orientation Prayers

New:  Following Jesus With Mary
(Prayer service to open a PA Day, PLC or staff meeting. Reflects on the role of Mary in early Church and in our lives.)
New:  You Are the Light of the World
(Short prayer service to open PA day, staff, leadership or school council meeting)

Bringing the Light of Christ’s Gospel to the World (New Employee Orientation session opening prayer – easily adaptable to other staff gatherings)

Servants of the Good News (Opening Prayer for Staff PA Day/NTIP/Leadership)

Fostering a Eucharistic Life (Opening Prayer for Inservice/Staff or Leadership Meeting)

Disciples and Citizens (Opening Prayer, TPA Inservice, Curriculum Inservice, Staff or Leadership Meeting)

Reaching out Through our Distinctive and Inclusive Story (Easily adapted as staff prayer for a variety of occasions)

Labourers in a Wondrous Harvest (Suitable for opening a teacher inservice or professional activity for teachers/administrators)

A Year of Growth and Blessings (Prayer for end-of-year new teacher inservice)

Educating in the Light of Faith (Suitable for Inservice/New Teacher Induction)

Unity

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity Announcements, 2014
(Morning announcements adapted from resources posted on Vatican’s website)
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity Announcements 2011
(From Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, 2011.  These daily prayer services can also be used individually as prayers for unity among Christians on other occasions)

Virtues

Faith
The Gift of Faith

(Prayer service to celebrate the theological virtue of Faith)Hope

Educating in Christian Hope

(1 page opening prayer for Curriculum inservice or PA Day)Planting in Hope, Nurturing in Love(Short prayer service to begin a PA day, PLC or Staff Meeting)Day of Hope Prayer Service
(Prayer service for natural disasters)

Rejoicing in Hope
(Prayer to celebrate gifts of Joy and Hope in Catholic Schools)
Love 
NEW:
Prayer to Celebrate Love and Family

(Prayer service for Catholic schools)

The Virtue of Love
(2 page school prayer service on the virtue of love)
More virtues-related resources on Virtues, Equity & Inclusivity Page

Vocation

NEW:  Prayer for My Vocation
(Suitable for use with career day/retreat)

Wellness

 Wellness Caring for God’s Temple
(Suitable for opening a PA day or staff inservice)
Caring for the Temple
(A practical reflection on what it means to care for the temple of ourselves)
Faith, Professionalism and Wellness
(5 minute prayer service to open a PA session or day)

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A novena is a Catholic tradition of praying which comes from the earliest days of the church. After the ascension of Jesus, the Acts of the Apostles tells us that the Apostles and Mary gathered together and “joined in constant prayer” (Acts 1:14). And on the day of Pentecost, the Spirit of the Lord came to them. Based on this, Christians have always prayed for various needs, trusting that God both hears and answers prayer. Over time, the custom of praying for nine consecutive days for a particular need came to be called praying a novena, since novena means nine.

In this novena we call to mind our own needs and ask God for His help & protection in a time of grief. The Bible Quotes and prayers for each day help us seek a greater understanding and acceptance of God’s mysterious workings in our life and in the lives of those we love. Through praying with scripture in this novena, may we draw near our Eucharistic God with confidence, “To receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need” (Heb 4:16).

Day 1

(Begin with the opening prayer)For meditation:

The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.
He makes me lie down in green pastures,
He leads me beside still waters,
He restores my soul.
He leads me in right paths for His name’s sake.
Even though I walk through the darkest valley,
I fear no evil, for You are with me,
Your rod and Your staff – they comfort me.
You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies,
You anoint my head with oil, my cup overflows.
Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life
And I shall dwell in the house of the Lord my hole life long.

Psalm 23
To recall throughout the day:

” Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted ”

Matthew 5:4
(End with the closing prayer)

……………….

Day 2

(Begin with the opening prayer)For meditation:

The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me,
because the Lord has anointed me.
He has sent me to bring good news to the oppressed,
to bind up the brokenhearted,
to proclaim liberty to the captives and to release the prisoners.
To proclaim the year of the Lord’s favour,
and the day of vengeance of our God;
to comfort all who mourn.
Isaiah 61:1-2

The eyes of all in the Synagogue were fixed on Him.
Then (Jesus) began to say to them:
” Today this scripture has been fulfilled in your hearing ”

Luke 4:20-21
To recall throughout the day:

” Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted ”

Matthew 5:4
(End with the closing prayer)

……………….

Day 3

(Begin with the opening prayer)For meditation:

As He approached the gate of the town, a man who died was
being carried out. He was his mother’s only son, and she was
a widow, and with her was a large crowd from the town.
When the Lord saw her, He had compassion for her and said
to her, “Do not weep.” Then He came forward and touched the
bier, and the bearers stood still. And He said, “Young man,
I say to you, rise!” The dead man sat up and began to speak,
and Jesus gave him to His Mother.
Luke 7:12-15
To recall throughout the day:

” Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted ”

Matthew 5:4
(End with the closing prayer)

……………….

Day 4

(Begin with the opening prayer)For meditation:

When Jesus saw (Mary) weeping, and the Jews who came
with her also weeping, He was greatly disturbed in Spirit and
deeply moved. He said, “Where have you laid him?” They said
to Him, “Lord come and see.” Jesus began to weep… and Jesus
looked upward and said, “Father, I thank You for having heard
Me. I knew that You always hear Me, but I have said this for the
sake of the crowd standing here, so that they may believe that
You sent Me.” When He had said this He cried with a loud voice,
“Lazarus, come out!” The dead man came out, his hands and
feet bound with strips of cloth, and his face wrapped in a cloth.

John 11:33-35,41-44
To recall throughout the day:

” Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted ”

Matthew 5:4
(End with the closing prayer)

……………….

Day 5

(Begin with the opening prayer)For meditation:

It was now about noon, and the darkness came over the whole
land until three in the afternoon, while the sun’s light failed, and
the curtain of the temple was torn in two. Then Jesus, crying
with a loud voice, said, “Father into Your hands I commend My
Spirit”. Having said this He breathed His last.When the centurion
saw what had taken place, he praised God and said, “Certainly
this man was innocent.” And when all the crowds who had
gathered there for this spectacle saw what had taken place,
they returned home, beating their breasts. But all His
acquaintances, including the women who had followed Him from
Galilee, stood at a distance, watching these things.

Luke 23:44-49
To recall throughout the day:

” Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted ”

Matthew 5:4
(End with the closing prayer)

……………….

Day 6

(Begin with the opening prayer)For meditation:

“I am the resurrection and the life. Those who believe in Me,
even though they die, will live, and everyone who lives and
believes in Me will never die.”
John 11:25-26

Do not let your hearts be troubled. Believe in God, believe also
in Me. In My Fathers House there are many dwelling places.
If it were not so, would I have told you that I go to prepare a
place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will
come again and will take you to Myself, so that where I am,
there you may be also.

John 14:1-3To recall throughout the day:

” Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted ”

Matthew 5:4
(End with the closing prayer)

……………….

Day 7

(Begin with the opening prayer)For meditation:

Listen, I will tell you a mystery! We will not all die, but we will
all be changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the
last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound and the dead will be
raised imperishable and we’ll be changed. When this perishable
body must put on imperishability, and this mortal body puts on
immortality, then the saying that is written will be fulfilled:

“Death has been swallowed up in victory.”
“Where, O death is your victory? where, O death is your sting?”
Thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our
Lord Jesus Christ.

1 Corinthians 15:51-52, 54-55, 57To recall throughout the day:

” Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted ”

Matthew 5:4
(End with the closing prayer)

……………….

Day 8

(Begin with the opening prayer)For meditation:

We do not want you to be uninformed, brothers and sisters,
about those who have died, so that you may not grieve as others
do who have no hope. For since we believe that Jesus died and
rose again, even so, through Jesus, God will bring with Him those
who have died. For this we declare to you by the word of the
Lord, that we who are alive, who are left until the coming of the
Lord, will by no means precede those who have died. For the
Lord Himself with a cry of command, with the Archangel’s call and
with the sound of God’s trumpet, will descend from Heaven, and
the dead in Christ will rise first. Then we who are alive, who are
left, will be caught up in the clouds together with them to meet
the Lord in the air; and so we will be with the Lord forever.
Therefore encourage one another with these words.

1 Thessalonians 4:13-18
To recall through out the day:

” Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted ”

Matthew 5:4
(End with the closing prayer)

……………….

Day 9

(Begin with the opening prayer)For meditation:

Then I saw a new Heaven and a new earth; for the first Heaven
and the first earth had passed away, and the sea was no more.
And I saw the holy city, the new Jerusalem, coming down out of
Heaven from God, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband.
And I heard a loud voice from the throne saying:
“See, the home of God is among mortals. He will dwell with
them as their God; they will be His peoples, and God Himself
will be with them; He will wipe every tear from their eyes.
Death will be no more; mourning and crying and pain will be no
more, for the first things have passed away.”
Revelation 21:1-4

To recall throughout the day:

” Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted ”

Matthew 5:4
(End with the closing prayer)

The Scripture quotations contained herein are from

The New Revised Standard Version Bible, Catholic Edition.

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