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The Everyday Prayer


 
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Church of Sant'Egidio, Rome

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Psalm 31

Antiphon

Blessed is the man whose sin has been forgiven.

Happy the man whose offence is forgiven,
whose sin is remitted.

O happy the man to whom the Lord imputes no guilt
in whose spirit is no guile

I kept it secret and my frame was wasted
I groaned all day long

for night and day your hand
was heavy upon me

Indeed my strength was dried up
as by the summer's heat.

But now I have acknowledged my sins;
my guilt I did not hide

I said : 'I will confess
my offence to the Lord'.

And you, Lord, have forgiven
the guilt of my sin.

So let every good man pray to you
in the time of need

The floods of water may reach high
but him they shall not reach.

You are my hiding place, O Lord;
you save me from distress.
(You surround me with the cries of deliverance).

I will instruct you and teach you
the way you should go;

I will give you counsel
with my eye upon you.

Be not like horse and mule, unintelligent,
needing bridle and bit,

else they will not approach you.
Many sorrows have the wicked

but he who trusts in the Lord,
Loving mercy surrounds him.

Rejoice, rejoice in the Lord,
exult, you just!

O come, ring out your joy,
all you upright of heart.


02/15/2015
Liturgy of the Sunday


Calendar of the week
NOV
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Sunday, 19 November
Liturgy of the Sunday
NOV
20
Monday, 20 November
Prayer for peace
NOV
21
Tuesday, 21 November
Memory of the Mother of the Lord
NOV
22
Wednesday, 22 November
Memory of the Saints and the Prophets
NOV
23
Thursday, 23 November
Memory of the Church
NOV
24
Friday, 24 November
Memory of Jesus crucified
NOV
25
Saturday, 25 November
Sunday Vigil
NOV
26
Sunday, 26 November
Liturgy of the Sunday