Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Marikina Celebrates Mama Mary's Birthday: Catholic (OLA)

Happy Birthday Mama Mary (traditional)!
September 8, 2012- Shrine of Our Lady of the Abandoned, Marikina City

O Most Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of Christ and Mother of the Church,
With joy and wonder we seek to make our own your Magnificat, joining you in your hymn of thankfulness and love.

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Procession started on time, 3 pm. By now the procession is in Calumpang, 25% more to go before it goes back to the church.

Marikina's Beloved Lady, Mary, Queen of the Abandoned

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Protect us our Lady and our Mother. Protect our families, our people, the Philippine nation and the whole world . Deliver us from wars and conflicts. Unite the strange hearts in the joy of being your children, close to you. Grant to those who enjoy material blessing eyes of mercy and a generous heart. give to all bread, shelter and a home filled with love.

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Grant health to the sick, patience to those who suffer illness, comfort to the sorrowful, cheerfulness to those who have lost it. Take away error from our minds and weakness from our hearts. lead sinners to conversion and a just to a higher virtue. Grant that we may live singing your praise and with your name on our lips enter to behold you in heaven together with your son Jesus Christ, who lives and reigns with the Father and the Holy Spirit, God forever and ever. Amen.

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La Nina Maria

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Our Lady of Manaoag

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Images of Mary: from Childhood to Motherhood

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With you we give thanks to God "whose mercy is from generation to generation," for the exalted vocation and the many forms of mission entrusted to the lay faithful. God has called each of them by name to live his own communion of love and holiness and to be one in the great family of God's children. He has sent them forth to shine with the light of Christ and to communicate the fire of the Spirit in every part of society through their life inspired by the Gospel.

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O Virgin of the Magnificat, fill their hearts with a gratitude and enthusiasm for this vocation and mission. With humility and magnanimity you were the "handmaid of the Lord"; give us your unreserved willingness for service to God and the salvation of the world. Open our hearts to the great anticipation of the Kingdom of God and of the proclamation of the Gospel to the whole of creation. Your mother's heart is ever mindful of the many dangers and evils which threaten to overpower men and women in our time. At the same time your heart also takes notice of the many initiatives undertaken for good, the great yearning for values, and the progress achieved in bringing forth the abundant fruits of salvation.

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Back at the Shrine

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O Virgin full of courage, may your spiritual strength and trust in God inspire us, so that we might know how to overcome all the obstacles that we encounter in accomplishing our mission. Teach us to treat the affairs of the world with a real sense of Christian responsibility and a joyful hope of the coming of God's Kingdom, and of a "new heavens and a new earth."

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You who were gathered in prayer with the Apostles in the Cenacle, awaiting the coming of the spirit at Pentecost, implore his renewed outpouring on all the faithful, men and women alike, so that they might more fully respond to their vocation and mission, as branches engrafted to the true vine, called to bear much fruit for the life of the world.

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O Virgin Mother, guide and sustain us so that we might always live as true sons and daughters of the Church of your son. Enable us to do our part in helping to establish on earth the civilization of truth and love, as God wills it, for his glory. Amen.

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