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monday 23 rd september
Monday 23rd September

Father, strengthenour determination to work for a worldof peace and justice,our conviction that, whatever ournationality or race,  we are all global citizens,  one in Christ,our courage to challenge thepowerful with the values of the Gospel,our commitment to find nonviolentways of resolving conflict personal, local, national and international andour efforts to forgive injuries and to love those we find it hard to love.Teach usTo share the gifts you have given us,to speak out for the victims of injusticewho have no voice andto reject the violence which runsthrough much of our world today.


tues day 24 th september our lady of walsingham

Walsingham is England’s national shrine to Our Lady, and a major place of pilgrimage and prayer.  It is in Norfolk,  a few miles from the North Sea, and is a small village set in the green countryside characteristic of this corner of Britain.  The shrine dates back to the 12th century, when the local lady of the manor, Richeldis, had a vision of the Holy House – the home of the Holy family at Nazareth – on this spot. For centuries, pilgrims visited here and Our Lady of Walsingham was honoured with countless processions and prayers. Springs of water – they still exist today – were said to have healing powers. A great priory drew men who devoted themselves to the religious life. At the shrine itself, the image was always surrounded by candles, flowers, and gifts left by grateful pilgrims who had knelt there in prayer.


Lord God, in the mystery of the Incarnation Mary conceived your Son in her heart before she conceived Him in her womb. As we, your pilgrim people, rejoice in her patronage, grant that we also may welcome Him into our hearts, and so, like her, be made a holy house fit for His eternal dwelling. We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, God for ever and ever.


wedn esday 25 th september

St Matthew’s Prayer

Make us worthy members of our school community

Willing always to learn,

work and play together

in harmony and peace;

Willing always to seek

the Kingdom of God

through service to each

other and friendship with

Jesus, our Brother.

Help us not to run away

from commitment or challenge,

but to follow your example with

confidence and hope.

We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen

thur sday 26 th september saint cosmas and damian martyrs

According to ancient tradition, Cosmas and Damian were doctors who were martyred in Syria around 300. There is evidence that their tomb was at Cyrrhus, where a basilica was built in their honour.


Good Morning God

You are ushering in another dayuntouched and freshly new,so here I come to ask You God ifYou’ll renew me too?

Forgive the many errors thatI made yesterday,and let me try again dear God,to walk closer in Thy way.

But Father, I am well awareI can’ t make it on my own.So take my hand and hold it tightfor I can’t walk alone.


Helen Steiner Rice



Prayer to St. Vincent De Paul

O Glorious Saint Vincent de Paul, The mention of your name, Suggests a litany of your virtues: Humility, zeal, mercy, self-sacrifice. It also recalls Your many foundations: Works of Mercy, Congregations, Societies. The Church gratefully remembers, Your promotion of the priesthood. Inspire all Charitable Workers, Especially those who minister, To both the spiritually And the materially poor. O Lord, give us the grace, That You bestowed upon, Your servant St. Vincent de Paul, To relinquish the temptation, Of material things, In our holy effort, To minister to the poor. Amen.