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+Prayer Of Saint William Bishop Of Paris+


OH mother of God, I fly to thee and I implore
thee not to cast me off, for the whole
Church of the faithful calls thee, and proclaims
thee the mother of mercy. Thou art so dear to
God, that thou art always graciously heard; thy
compassion has never been wanting to any one;
thy most gracious condescension has never despised
any sinner, however enormous his sin, who
has recommended himself to thee. Does the
Church falsely and in vain call thee her advo
cate, and the refuge of the unhappy? No, let my
sins never prevent thee from exercising thy
great office of mercy by which thou art the
advocate, the mediatrix of reconciliation, the only
hope, and the most secure refuge of sinners.
Let it never be that the mother, who, for the
good of the whole world, brought forth him
who is the fountain of mercy, should refuse her
mercy to any sinner who has recourse to her.
It is is thy office to reconcile God to man; let
then thy compassion move thee to help me,
for it is greater than all my sins. Amen









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