The Presentation of the Lord~ The Rev. Dcn. Igor Kalinsky, OPI (translated from the Macedonian)

Mal 3:1-4; Heb 2:14-18; Lk 2:22-40

When I close my eyes and looking  with my inner eyes the temple, the place of worship and prayer where Jewish people gather from all parts of Israel, beautiful temple, and Jesus was consecrated and offered to God in the temple, a little baby child, revealing his solemn entrance as he will be later be welcomed on Palm Thursday. This is very seen sign from the multitude as witness for the ends of times, that He is born in likeness of men, taking human body, been circumcised on eighth day and now the 40thies days by the law prescribed of Moses, all of this steps and path , he is doing to fulfill the scripture as Lord and perfect men.

What makes my heart melting is when I think about my anniversary of vocational discernment , sometimes I count the day of my simple vows or should I think from the perpetual vows, but every Presentation is an anniversary to myself and to all religious brothers and sisters in this world, as oblates, missionaries, hermits, monks, nuns all that encounter and dedicate whole body and soul to the temple, the higher even the mystical body, the bride of our Redeemer.

Very touching moment, great revelation for deliverance of Israel. Here was someone, an elder, rightful and just prophet Simeon and from the other part I can say a model of an oblate or a religious, a faithful in prayer and fast, the old widow Anna. Such a blessing from God to hold the infant Jesus. Holy Ghost have told to their hearts whom they shall see before they die.

This reveal to us, if we stay faithful to God, he will secure our life even when we become very old, Gods promises are fulfilled for people devoted totally to Him, depending of His mercy and grace. I am so touched from these two models for today’s life. St Simeon and St Anna, she is a model of faithfulness and dedicated devotionals, and the fasting. St Simeon revealed that our LORD as he took mortal flesh, he humbled himself, but we are encouraged that Savior is born, to save our fallen nature and sin, and make a new covenant, became one of us in every suffering, thirst, hunger, but not in sin. He is God, he was recognized in Simenon’s eyes .

Let us pray God to open our eyes, so we can recognize Him and accept him un the beggar , in the poor.

As we are about to embark on another new year, it seem appropriate that the words of St Simeon in the Gospel should ring in our ears. That this infant Jesus our Redeemer our LORD, He will be fall and rise of many. He is fall for those who reject Him, those who will accept, listen and follow His path and His words, He will be their heavenly delight.

When we hear those words spoken to the Holy Mother Theotokos, that She will suffer a lot. But reading I notice not despair scene, we see in the temple Simeon, Anna and the Holy Family, Mary Joseph and Jesus., and they do not lament or murmur, or be in depression or agony. This is accepted as will of the God, and they had joy in there hearts and souls, even is predicted difficulty that have to occur.

Sometimes at a great cost this world, and those who should know you better, will hate you, despise you, say all sorts of lies against you. Let this evil world of those wicked take the easy path and its glory in this life and you can say like St Simeone “Now let Your servant dismiss according to Your word in peace, because my eyes have seen the salvation which you have prepared before the face of all people. A light to the revelation of the gentiles, and the glory of Your people Israel”

True happiness is you’re your happiness to remain in Lords heart.

Dear devoted brothers and sisters who live vowed and consecrated life, lets have this memory in our hearts, as mutual feast that have to unite our parts, personalities  and skills to continuation of living daily gospel through our simple and humble actions. Lets strive to take our daily remind or recommendation of the holy widow Anna, and the holy elder Simeon, how they served in Gods temple, let our priories, oratories, missions, chapels proclaim in honor of that temple and of hope for beter and eternal life within the New Jerusalem

 

Gevgelija 28.II.2020 on the feast of St Thomas Aquinas in the Gevgelian Oratory in Macedonia

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    The Presentation of the Lord~ The Rev. Dcn. Igor Kalinsky, OPI (translated from the Macedonian) — The Order of Preachers, Independent
    Augustus Tolton (April 1, 1854 – July 9, 1897), baptized Augustine Tolton, was the first Roman Catholic priest in the United States publicly known to be black when he was ordained in 1886. (James Augustine Healy, ordained in 1854, and Patrick Francis Healy, ordained in 1864, were of mixed-race.) A former slave who was baptized and reared Catholic, Tolton studied formally in Rome.

    He was ordained in Rome on Easter Sunday of 1886 at the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran. Assigned to the diocese of Alton (now the Diocese of Springfield), Tolton first ministered to his home parish in Quincy, Illinois. Later assigned to Chicago, Tolton led the development and construction of St. Monica’s Catholic Church as a black “national parish church”, completed in 1893 at 36th and Dearborn Streets on Chicago’s South Side.

    Augustus Tolton was born in Missouri to Peter Paul Tolton and his wife Martha Jane Chisley, who were enslaved. His mother, who was reared Catholic, named him after an uncle named Augustus. He was baptized Augustine in St. Peter’s Catholic Church near Rensselaer, Missouri, a community in northeast Missouri. His master was Stephen Elliott. Savilla Elliot, his master’s wife, stood as Tolton’s godmother.

    Freedom
    How the members of the Tolton family gained their freedom remains a subject of debate. According to accounts Father Tolton told friends and parishioners, his father escaped first and joined the Union Army. Tolton’s mother then ran away with her children Samuel, Charley, Augustine, and Anne. With the assistance of sympathetic Union soldiers and police, she crossed the Mississippi River and into the Free State of Illinois.[1] According to descendants of the Elliott family, though, Stephen Elliott freed all his slaves at the outbreak of the American Civil War and allowed them to move North.[citation needed] Augustine’s father died of dysentery before the war ended.[citation needed]

    Vocation
    After arriving in Quincy, Illinois, Martha, Augustus, and Charley began working at the Herris Tobacco Company where they made cigars. After Charley’s death at a young age, Augustine met Fr. Peter McGirr, an Irish immigrant priest from Fintona, County Tyrone, who gave him the opportunity to attend St. Peter’s parochial school during the winter months, when the factory was closed. The priest’s decision was controversial in the parish. Although abolitionists were active in the town, many of McGirr’s parishioners objected to a black student at their children’s school. McGirr held fast and allowed Tolton to study there. Later, Tolton continued studies directly with some priests.[citation needed]

    Despite McGirr’s support, Tolton was rejected by every American seminary to which he applied. Impressed by his personal qualities, McGirr continued to help him and enabled Tolton’s study in Rome. Tolton graduated from St. Francis Solanus College (now Quincy University) and attended the Pontifical Urbaniana University, where he became fluent in Italian language as well as studying Latin and Greek.

    Priesthood

    Tolton in 1887[2]
    Tolton was ordained to the priesthood in Rome in 1886 at age 31.[1] His first public Mass was in St. Peter’s Basilica on Easter Sunday in 1886. Expecting to serve in an African mission, he had been studying its regional cultures and languages.[citation needed] Instead, he was directed to return to the United States to serve the black community.

    Tolton celebrated his first Mass in the United States at St. Boniface church in Quincy. He attempted to organize a parish there, but over the years met with resistance from both white Catholics (many of whom were ethnic German) and Protestant blacks, who did not want him trying to attract people to another denomination.[1] He organized St. Joseph Catholic Church and school in Quincy, but ran into opposition from the new dean of the parish, who wanted him to turn away white worshipers from his services.[citation needed]

    After reassignment to Chicago, Tolton led a mission society, St. Augustine’s, which met in the basement of St. Mary’s Church. He led the development and administration of the Negro “national parish” of St. Monica’s Catholic Church, built at 36th and Dearborn Streets on the South Side, Chicago. The church nave seated 850 parishioners[3] and was built with money from philanthropists Mrs. Anne O’Neill[4] and Katharine Drexel.[5]

    St. Monica’s Parish grew from 30 parishioners to 600 with the construction of the new church building.[6] Tolton’s success at ministering to black Catholics quickly earned him national attention within the Catholic hierarchy.[1][7] “Good Father Gus”, as he was called by many, was known for his “eloquent sermons, his beautiful singing voice, and his talent for playing the accordion.”[1]

    Several contemporaneous news articles describe his personal qualities and importance. An 1893 article in the Lewiston Daily Sun, written while he worked to establish St. Monica’s for African American Catholics in Chicago, said, “Father Tolton … is a fluent and graceful talker and has a singing voice of exceptional sweetness, which shows to good advantage in the chants of the high mass. It is no unusual thing for many white people to be seen among his congregation.”[3] The True Witness and Catholic Chronicle in 1894 described him as “indefatigable” in his efforts to establish the new parish.[8] Daniel Rudd, who organized the initial National Black Catholic Conference which was held in 1889, was quoted in the November 8, 1888, edition of The Irish Canadian as commenting about the Congress by saying, “For a long time the idea prevailed that the negro was not wanted beyond the altar rail, and for that reason, no doubt, hundreds of young colored men who would otherwise be officiating at the altar rail today have entered other walks. Now that this mistaken idea has been dispelled by the advent of one full-blooded negro priest, the Rev. Augustus Tolton, many more have entered the seminaries in this country and Europe”.[9] Another indication of the prominence given Tolton by parts of the American Catholic hierarchy was his participation, a few months later, on the altar at an international celebration of the centenary of the establishment of the first U.S. Catholic diocese in Baltimore. Writing about it in the New York Times edition of November 11, 1889, the correspondent noted that “As Cardinal Gibbons retired to his dais [on the altar at the Mass], the reporters in the improvised press gallery noticed for the first time, not six feet away from him in the sanctuary among the abbots and other special dignitaries, the black face of Father Tolton of Chicago, the first colored Catholic priest ordained in America.”[7][10]

    Death

    Fr. Tolton’s grave in Quincy, Illinois
    Tolton began to be plagued by “spells of illness” in 1893.[1] Because of them, he was forced to take a temporary leave of absence from his duties at St. Monica’s Parish in 1895.[6]

    At the age of 43, on July 8, 1897,[11] he collapsed and died the following day at Mercy Hospital as a result of the heat wave in Chicago in 1897.[1] After a funeral which included 100 priests,[4] Tolton was buried in the priests’ lot in St. Peter’s Cemetery in Quincy, which had been his expressed wish.

    After Tolton’s death, St. Monica’s was made a mission of St. Elizabeth’s Church. In 1924 it was closed as a national parish, as black Catholics chose to attend parish churches in their own neighborhoods.

    Legacy and honors
    Tolton is the subject of the 1973 biography From Slave to Priest by Sister Caroline Hemesath.[1] The book was reissued by Ignatius Press in 2006.
    In 1990, Sister Jamie T. Phelps, O.P., an Adrian Dominican Sister and then-faculty member of the Theology Department at Catholic Theological Union, initiated the Augustus Tolton Pastoral Ministry Program in consultation with Fr. Don Senior, President of CTU, the theology faculty, and representatives of the Archdiocese of Chicago, to prepare, educate, and form black Catholic laity for ministerial leadership in the Archdiocese of Chicago.
    The Father Tolton Regional Catholic High School opened in Columbia, Missouri, in 2011.[12]
    Augustus Tolton Catholic Academy opened in the fall of 2015 in Chicago, Illinois. Tolton Academy is the first STREAM school in the Archdiocese of Chicago. A focus on science, technology, religion, engineering, arts, and math sets it apart as a premier elementary school in Chicago. Tolton Academy is located at St. Columbanus Church.

    PSALAM 23 (22). Dobri pastir.
    Jaganjac će ih voditi na izvore voda života (Otk 7,17)

    Gospodin je pastir moj: *
    ni u čem ja ne oskudijevam;
    na poljanama zelenim *
    on mi daje odmora.
    Na vrutke me tihane vodi *
    i krijepi dušu moju.

    Stazama pravim on me upravlja *
    radi imena svojega.
    Pa da mi je i dolinom smrti proći, *
    zla se ne bojim, jer si ti sa mnom.
    Tvoj štap i palica tvoja *
    utjeha su meni.

    Trpezu preda mnom prostireš *
    na oči dušmanima mojim.
    Uljem mi glavu mažeš, *
    čaša se moja prelijeva.

    Dobrota i milost pratit će mene *
    sve dane života moga.
    U Gospodnjem ću Domu prebivati *
    kroz dane mnoge.

    Slava Ocu i Sinu *
    i Duhu Svetomu.
    Kako bijaše na početku, †
    tako i sada i vazda *
    i u vijeke vjekova. Amen

    1^ Antifona
    Tko jede od ovoga kruha,
    živjet će u vijeke, aleluja.

    2^ Antifona
    Doći će Gospodin da se proslavi u svojim svetima
    i u njima pobudi udivljenje, aleluja.

    PSALAM 76 (75), 2-7 (I) Pjesan nakon pobjede.
    Vidjet će Sina Čovječjega gdje dolazi na oblacima nebeskim (Mt 24,30).

    Na glasu je Bog u Judeji, *
    u Izraelu veliko je ime njegovo!
    U Šalemu je Šator njegov, *
    na Sionu boravište.
    Tu polomi strijele lukovima, *
    štitove, mačeve, sve oružje.
    Blistav li si, *
    veličanstveniji od bregova drevnih.
    Opljačkani su oni koji bijahu jaki srcem, †
    i san svoj snivaju, *
    klonuše ruke svim hrabrima.
    Od prijetnje tvoje, Bože Jakovljev, *
    skameniše se kola i konji.

    Slava Ocu i Sinu *
    i Duhu Svetomu.
    Kako bijaše na početku, †
    tako i sada i vazda *
    i u vijeke vjekova. Amen

    2^ Antifona
    Doći će Gospodin da se proslavi u svojim svetima
    i u njima pobudi udivljenje, aleluja.

    3^ Antifona
    Zavjetujte i izvršite zavjete Gospodinu,
    Bogu svojemu, aleluja.

    PSALAM 76 (75), 8-13 (II) Pjesan nakon pobjede.
    Vidjet će Sina Čovječjega gdje dolazi na oblacima nebeskim (Mt 24,30).

    Strašan si ti, i tko da opstane *
    kraj žestine gnjeva tvojega.
    S neba reče presudu *
    od straha zemlja zadrhta i zanijemje
    kad se diže Bog da sudi, *
    da spasi sve uboge na zemlji.

    Jer će te i bijes Edoma slaviti, *
    i preživjeli iz Hamata štovat će te.
    Zavjetujte i izvršite zavjete Gospodinu,
    Bogu svojemu, *
    svi oko njega neka donose darove Strašnome
    koji obuzdava oholost knezova, *
    koji je strašan kraljevima zemlje.

    Slava Ocu i Sinu *
    i Duhu Svetomu.
    Kako bijaše na početku, †
    tako i sada i vazda *
    i u vijeke vjekova. Amen

    3^ Antifona
    Zavjetujte i izvršite zavjete Gospodinu,
    Bogu svojemu, aleluja.

    DOPUNSKA PSALMODIJA ZA TREĆI, ŠESTI I DEVETI ČAS

    TREĆI ČAS Kratko Čitanje 1 Kor 6, 19-20
    Ili zar ne znate? Tijelo vaše hram je Duha Svetoga koji je u vama, koga imate od Boga, te niste svoji. Jer kupljeni ste otkupninom. Proslavite dakle Boga u tijelu svojem!

    R. Duša mi gine i čezne za dvorima Gospodnjim.
    O. Srce moje i moje tijelo kliču Bogu živomu.

    ŠESTI ČAS Kratko Čitanje Pnz 10, 12
    Što od tebe traži Gospodin, Bog tvoj? Samo to da se bojiš Gospodin, Boga svoga; da po svim putovima njegovim hodiš; da ga ljubiš i služiš Gospodinu, Bogu svome, svim srcem svojim i svom dušom svojom.

    R. Gospodine, tko smije prebivati u šatoru tvome?
    O. Onaj samo tko živi čestito i istinu iz srca zbori.

    DEVETI ČAS Kratko Čitanje Pj 8, 6b-7
    Ljubav je jaka kao smrt, a ljubomora tvrda kao grob. Žar je njezin žar vatre i plamena Jahvina. Mnoge vode ne mogu ugasiti ljubav niti je rijeke potopiti.

    R. Ljubim te, Gospodine, kreposti moja.
    O. Štite moj i snago spasenja mojega.

    Molitva
    Daj, Gospodine, da ti uvijek služimo sa strahopoštovanjem i ljubavlju. Ti nikad ne kratiš svoga vodstva vjernima, koje si utemeljio u svojoj ljubavi. Po Gospodinu.

    O. Amen.
    Blagoslivljajmo Gospodina..
    O. Bogu hvala.

    PRIKAZANJE GOSPODINOVO – SVIJEĆNICA, Blagdan

    SREDNJI ČAS

    R. Bože u pomoć mi priteci.
    O. Gospodine pohiti da mi pomogneš.

    Slava Ocu i Sinu i Duhu Svetomu.
    Kako bijaše na početku,
    tako i sada i vazda
    i u vijeke vjekova. Amen. Aleluja

    TREĆI ČAS HIMAN

    O Duše, koji s Ocem si
    I Sinom Gospod jedini,
    Nastani blag se u nama
    I duše naše napuni!

    Naš um i srce, jezik nam
    Neka svom te moći uzdiže,
    Neka plamti ljubav ognjena
    I žar nam bližnje užiže.

    Daj Oca da upoznamo
    I Krista, Sina njegova,
    I u te, Duha njihova,
    Da vjerujemo sveudilj. Amen.

    ili

    Red stalan dneva držeći
    Svim srcem sada molimo
    O trećem času današnjem
    Na slavu Trojstva blaženog.

    Da stanom Duha Presvetog,
    Kog apostoli nekada
    U ovo doba primiše,
    Mi sad i uvijek budemo.

    Jer tog se reda držeći
    Nebeskog Tvorac Kraljevstva
    Sve sjajem je ukrasio
    Za nagradu nam vječitu.

    Sva slava Ocu vječnomu
    I jedinomu Sinu mu
    Sa Tješiteljem Presvetim
    U vjekovječne vjekove. Amen.

    ŠESTI ČAS HIMAN

    O Bože silan, istinit,
    Što vladaš redom svemirskim,
    Što jutro puniš blistanjem
    A podne ognjem plamenim.

    Ugasi plamen razdora,
    Utišaj vatru požudâ,
    Pokloni zdravlje tjelesno
    I pravi pokoj srdaca!

    Podijeli, Oče milostiv,
    I Sine jednak Ocu svom,
    Što s njim i s Duhom Presvetim
    U kraju vladaš vječitom. Amen.

    ili

    Gle, šesti čas je došao:
    Na molitvu nas poziva
    Da žarkim duhom prožeti
    Nebeskog tvorca slavimo.

    Jer sad se svima vjernima
    Po snazi križa presvetog
    I žrtvom svetog Jaganjca
    Spas, slava višnja dariva.

    Od njenog sjaja blistavog
    I samo podne mračno je.
    Svim srcem stoga primimo
    Dar silne Božje svjetlosti.

    Sva slava Ocu vječnomu
    I jedinomu Sinu mu
    Sa Tješiteljem Presvetim
    U vjekovječne vjekove. Amen.

    DEVETI ČAS HIMAN

    O Stvorče, štono držiš sve,
    U sebi što se ne mijenjaš,
    A vrijeme trena svakoga
    Sunčanim hodom obnavljaš:

    Daj svjetlosti nam uvečer
    Da život nam ne propada,
    Već sretnu smrt nam nagradi
    Nebeska slava vječita.

    Podijeli, Oče milostiv,
    I Sine jednak Ocu svom,
    Što s njim i s Duhom Presvetim
    U kraju vladaš vječitom. Amen.

    ili

    Dob dana srednja uminu
    Po volji svetoj Gospodnjoj,
    Sad uskliknimo pobožno
    Jedinstvu, Trojstvu presvetom!

    U srcu čistom nosimo
    Otajstvo Božje blaženo
    Što Petar nam ga predade
    Kao znak i zalog spasenja.

    Iz duše, braćo, pjevajmo
    Kao apostoli nekada
    Da mladice još nejake
    Porastu snagom Kristovom.

    Sva slava Ocu vječnomu
    I jedinomu Sinu mu
    Sa Tješiteljem Presvetim
    U vjekovječne vjekove. Amen.

    1^ Antifona
    Tko jede od ovoga kruha,
    živjet će u vijeke, aleluja.

    PSALAM 23 (22). Dobri pastir.
    Jaganjac će ih voditi na izvore voda života (Otk 7,17)

    Gospodin je pastir moj: *
    ni u čem ja ne oskudijevam;
    na poljanama zelenim *
    on mi daje odmora.
    Na vrutke me tihane vodi *
    i krijepi dušu moju.

    Stazama pravim on me upravlja *
    radi imena svojega.
    Pa da mi je i dolinom smrti proći, *
    zla se ne bojim, jer si ti sa mnom.
    Tvoj štap i palica tvoja *
    utjeha su meni.

    Trpezu preda mnom prostireš *
    na oči dušmanima mojim.
    Uljem mi glavu mažeš, *
    čaša se moja prelijeva.

    Dobrota i milost pratit će mene *
    sve dane života moga.
    U Gospodnjem ću Domu prebivati *
    kroz dane mnoge.

    Slava Ocu i Sinu *
    i Duhu Svetomu.
    Kako bijaše na početku, †
    tako i sada i vazda *
    i u vijeke vjekova. Amen

    1^ Antifona
    Tko jede od ovoga kruha,
    živjet će u vijeke, aleluja.

    2^ Antifona
    Doći će Gospodin da se proslavi u svojim svetima
    i u njima pobudi udivljenje, aleluja.

    PSALAM 76 (75), 2-7 (I) Pjesan nakon pobjede.
    Vidjet će Sina Čovječjega gdje dolazi na oblacima nebeskim (Mt 24,30).

    Na glasu je Bog u Judeji, *
    u Izraelu veliko je ime njegovo!
    U Šalemu je Šator njegov, *
    na Sionu boravište.
    Tu polomi strijele lukovima, *
    štitove, mačeve, sve oružje.
    Blistav li si, *
    veličanstveniji od bregova drevnih.
    Opljačkani su oni koji bijahu jaki srcem, †
    i san svoj snivaju, *
    klonuše ruke svim hrabrima.
    Od prijetnje tvoje, Bože Jakovljev, *
    skameniše se kola i konji.

    Slava Ocu i Sinu *
    i Duhu Svetomu.
    Kako bijaše na početku, †
    tako i sada i vazda *
    i u vijeke vjekova. Amen

    2^ Antifona
    Doći će Gospodin da se proslavi u svojim svetima
    i u njima pobudi udivljenje, aleluja.

    3^ Antifona
    Zavjetujte i izvršite zavjete Gospodinu,
    Bogu svojemu, aleluja.

    PSALAM 76 (75), 8-13 (II) Pjesan nakon pobjede.
    Vidjet će Sina Čovječjega gdje dolazi na oblacima nebeskim (Mt 24,30).

    Strašan si ti, i tko da opstane *
    kraj žestine gnjeva tvojega.
    S neba reče presudu *
    od straha zemlja zadrhta i zanijemje
    kad se diže Bog da sudi, *
    da spasi sve uboge na zemlji.

    Jer će te i bijes Edoma slaviti, *
    i preživjeli iz Hamata štovat će te.
    Zavjetujte i izvršite zavjete Gospodinu,
    Bogu svojemu, *
    svi oko njega neka donose darove Strašnome
    koji obuzdava oholost knezova, *
    koji je strašan kraljevima zemlje.

    Slava Ocu i Sinu *
    i Duhu Svetomu.
    Kako bijaše na početku, †
    tako i sada i vazda *
    i u vijeke vjekova. Amen

    3^ Antifona
    Zavjetujte i izvršite zavjete Gospodinu,
    Bogu svojemu, aleluja.

    DOPUNSKA PSALMODIJA ZA TREĆI, ŠESTI I DEVETI ČAS

    TREĆI ČAS Kratko Čitanje 1 Kor 6, 19-20
    Ili zar ne znate? Tijelo vaše hram je Duha Svetoga koji je u vama, koga imate od Boga, te niste svoji. Jer kupljeni ste otkupninom. Proslavite dakle Boga u tijelu svojem!

    R. Duša mi gine i čezne za dvorima Gospodnjim.
    O. Srce moje i moje tijelo kliču Bogu živomu.

    ŠESTI ČAS Kratko Čitanje Pnz 10, 12
    Što od tebe traži Gospodin, Bog tvoj? Samo to da se bojiš Gospodin, Boga svoga; da po svim putovima njegovim hodiš; da ga ljubiš i služiš Gospodinu, Bogu svome, svim srcem svojim i svom dušom svojom.

    R. Gospodine, tko smije prebivati u šatoru tvome?
    O. Onaj samo tko živi čestito i istinu iz srca zbori.

    DEVETI ČAS Kratko Čitanje Pj 8, 6b-7
    Ljubav je jaka kao smrt, a ljubomora tvrda kao grob. Žar je njezin žar vatre i plamena Jahvina. Mnoge vode ne mogu ugasiti ljubav niti je rijeke potopiti.

    R. Ljubim te, Gospodine, kreposti moja.
    O. Štite moj i snago spasenja mojega.

    Molitva
    Daj, Gospodine, da ti uvijek služimo sa strahopoštovanjem i ljubavlju. Ti nikad ne kratiš svoga vodstva vjernima, koje si utemeljio u svojoj ljubavi. Po Gospodinu.

    O. Amen.
    Blagoslivljajmo Gospodina..
    O. Bogu hvala.

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