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POSTCOMMUNION. Deus, infirmitatis.

God, the fingular aid of human weakness, fhew the power of thy help to thy fick fervants: that, being affifted by thy mercy, they may come in health again to thy holy Church. Thro

If the fick perfon be near the point of death.

W E befeech thy mercy, O Almighty God,

that thou wouldst pleafe to ftrengthen with thy grace thy fervant by the efficacy of thefe myfteries: that the Enemy may not prevail against him, or her, at the hour of his, or her death, but that he, or fhe, may pafs to eternal life with thy angels. Thro'.




To be faid at the choice of the Priest after the
Collect, on days that are not double feafts.


For defiring the Prayers of the Saints.

COLLECT. Concede, quafumus. Rant, we beseech thee, O almighty God, that the interceffion of holy Mary, the mother of God, and that of all the holy Apoftles, Martyrs, Confeffors, Virgins, and of thy Elect, may every where bring joy to us; that, while we celebrate their virtues, we may find their patronage. Thro the fame.



E appealed, O Lord, with the offerings we have, made, and, by the interceffion of bleffed Mary

ever a Virgin, and of all thy Saints, defend us from all dangers. Thro'.



E have received, O Lord, thy heavenly myfteries, celebrating the memory of bleffed Mary ever a Virgin, and of all thy Saints: grant, we beseech thee, that what we perform here in time, we may receive the joyful effects of in eternity. Thro'.

For all the States of the Church. COLLECT. Omnipotens. Almighty and everlafting God, by whofe fpirit the whole body of the Church is fanctified and governed hear our humble prayers for all degrees thereof, that by the affiftance of thy grace they may faithfully ferve thee. Thro' our Lord Jefus Chrift, who, in the unity of the fame Holy Ghoft, liveth,



RANT thy fervants, O Lord, the pardon of their fins, comfort in life, and thy perpetual protection; that, perfevering in thy fervice, they may always obtain thy mercy. Thro':


POSTCOMMUNION. Libera. Eliver, O Lord, we befeech thee, from all fin, and from all enemies, thy fervants, who offer their humble prayers to thee, that, leading a holy life, they may be attacked by no misfortunes. Thro'.


For the King.

COLLECT. Quæfumus.

E befeech thee, O almighty God, that thy fervant our King, who, thro' thy mercy, hath undertaken the government of this realm, may

likewife receive the increase of all virtues ; wherewith being adorned, he may avoid the enormity of fin, and, being rendered acceptable in thy fight,. come at length to thee, who art the way, the truth, and the life. Thro' the fame.


Anctify, we beseech thee, O Lord, these offer.

ings, that they may become for us the body and blood of thy only Son, and help our King to obtain falvation both of body and foul, and, by the affiftance of thy grace, to difcharge his duty. Thro' the fame.


AY this faving facrifice, O Lord, protect

Mthy fervant our King from all adverfity;

that he may obtain peace for the Church, and, after this life, an eternal inheritance for himfelf. Thro'.

For Prelates and their Flocks.

COLLECT. Omnipotens. Almighty and everlafting God, who alone performeft wonders, fend forth the fpirit of thy faving grace on thy fervants, and on the flocks committed to their charge; and, that they may in all truth be well pleafing to thee, comfort them with the dew of thy heavenly bleflings. Thro'... in the unity.

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Ercifully look down, O Lord, on the facrifice fervants; and, fince we offer it for them to the honour of thy name, may they find help by it. Thro'.

POSTCOMMUNION. Ques cœlefti. Ontinually protect, O Lord, those whom thou feedeft with thefe heavenly myfteries, and make them worthy of eternal redemption. Thro



For a Congregation or Family.

COLLECT. Defende.

Referve, O Lord, we beseech thee, this family from all misfortunes, thro' the interceffion of bleffed Mary ever a Virgin; and, as they in all humility proftrate themfelves before thee, do thou mercifully defend them from all the fnares of their enemies. Thro'


Eceive, we beseech thee, O almighty God, our devout oblation; and, by virtue of this facrament, defend thy fervants from all adverfity. Thro'.


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tion, grant, we beseech thee, O merciful God, that, by the celebration thereof, we may find thy protection against all adverfity. Thro'.

For Peace and Concord in a Congregation or Fa


COLLECT. Deus, largitor.

God, the author of peace and lover of charity, give to thy fervants true agreement with thy holy will: that we may be freed from all the temptations that disturb us. Thro'.



Eing appeafed by this facrifice, grant, we be feech thee, O Lord, that we may not be loaden with the fins of others, who beg to be freed from our own. Thro'.

POSTCOMMUNION. Spiritum nobis.
OUR forth on us, O Lord, thy fpirit of cha-

rity: that those thou haft fed with one bread,

thou mayft make of one mind by thy mercy. Thro' the unity.

Against Perfecutors and Evil-doers.


COLLECT. Hoftium.

Rufh, O Lord, we beseech thee, the pride of our enemies; and, by the power of thy right hand, fruftrate all their malicious and obftinate de, figns. Thro'.


"AY we, O Lord, by the virtue of this facra


ment, be both cleansed from our hidden fins, and delivered from the fnares of our enemies. Thro'.



OOK down on us, O God our protector, and free us from the danger of our enemies, that we may ferve thee without any disturbance. Thro'.

In any Neceffity.

COLLECT. Deus refugium.

God our refuge and ftrength, fountain of all goodness, mercifully give ear to the fervent prayers of thy Church, and grant that what we ask with faith, we may effectually obtain. Thro'.



Rant, O merciful God, that this facrifice of Tour falvation may continually cleanfe us from. all our guilt, and defend us from all adversity. Thro'.



E have received, O Lord, the facred gifts. of this mystery, humbly befeeching thee, that what thou commandeft us to do in remembrance of thee, may be a help to our weakness. Thro'. Who liveft.


In any Tribulation.

COLLECT. Ne defpicias.

URN not away thy eyes, O most merciful
God, from thy people crying out to thee in

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