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JESUS IS LAID IN THE TOMB

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"If we become united with Christ through a death like His, we will certainly be united with Him in His resurrection".  (Roman 6:5)

We adore You, O Christ and we praise You.  Because by Your Holy Cross, you have brought new life to the world.

Christ's Life

As your mortal life ends another life begins for Mary and for Magdalene, for Peter and for John, and for you.  Your work as man has been completed and you entrusted to the Church the task of being at the service of life.  You told us that "Greater love has no man than this, that one lays down his life for his friends:.

Our Lives

The world today in the face of numerous death dealing forces, requires the urgent response from the People of God.  We need to reflect on the life and death of Jesus, the Way, the Truth and the Life.  Love was His way of life.  He gave himself completely.  We need to work through our families and our participation in Church to live life to the fullest.  We need to look to Jesus and His resurrection each day so that we continue to be His disciples.

My Prayer

Lord, Jesus being nurtured by your Word and the Eucharist, allow me to reach out to those in need.  Let the Bread that I break together with others be the means to break from my selfishness and become the Bread of Life in the world.

Closing Prayer

Have mercy on us O Lord, in your kindness, through your compassion, you have removed all our sins through the suffering of Jesus.  You have washed us clean from our guilt and enabled us to love truth in our hearts.  With joy and gladness we cry out to you, Lord and ask you to open our hearts, to sing your praises and announce your goodness and truth before all the nations by serving one another.

Give us the strength to submit our wills and our lives to our Father in Heaven in the words that you taught us.  Our Father In Heaven, Holy Be Your name, Your Kingdom Come, Your Will Be Done On Earth As In Heaven.  Give Us Today Our Daily Bread, Forgive Us Our Sins As We Forgive Those Who Sin Against Us, Do Not Bring Us To The Test But Deliver Us From Evil.

Let us join Mary, our Mother to be our model in following Jesus.   Hail Mary, Full Of Grace, The Lord Is With You, Blessed Are You Amongst Women And Blessed Is The Fruit Of Thy Womb, Jesus.  Holy Mary, Mother Of God, Pray For Us Sinners Now And At The Hour Of Our Death.  Amen. (3X)

Glory Be To The Father And To The Son And To The Holy Spirit.  As It Was In The Beginning, Is Now And Ever Shall Be A World Without End.  Amen

Closing Hymn:    HOSEA

The wilderness will lead you
To your heart where I will speak
Integrity and justice
With tenderness your shall know

Refrain:
Long have I waited for your coming
home to me and living deeply out new life

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