A Prayer for the Imminent Restoration of Pope Benedict XVI

O Almighty and Everlasting God, Lord of Time and of all Providence, Who has given to the world the Vicar of Thy Son, to be a sure guide and unfailing bond of unity with Thyself, grant to us that restoration of Thy Servant, POPE BENEDICT XVI, which Thou has promised us through thy Saints, Bl. Ann Catherine Emmerich, St. Pius X and those children chosen by the Most Holy Virgin: Melanie and Lucia Santos: Defend, support and restore him by Thy Divine Power and Send Thy Holy Spirit down upon him, to enlighten, strengthen and invigorate him both body and soul. And by Thy Mighty Power and Holy Angels, defend and protect him from all his enemies, who like a pack of dogs surround him ever ready to attack. We ask all these things in the August Name of Thy Eternal Son, Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, Who comes to judge the Nations with an iron rod. Amen.

4 thoughts on “A Prayer for the Imminent Restoration of Pope Benedict XVI”

  1. Yes. Absolutely. And for those who happen to be awake at 3 am I have been advised it is of the utmost importance to make an effort to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet specifically at that time, in addition to the traditional 3 pm. From what I gather the enemy is using this particular time of day to send nefarious prayers so to speak to their leader. In mockery of Our Lord.

    1. To Satan? In the hour of mercy? I had not heard this. Why should anything ever surprise me anymore.

      Dearest Lord Jesus, have mercy on us

    1. It is not a counterfeit, but a complement. Devotions all complement one another and they all meet in Christ. Jesus is not against this. He reveals one aspect of the mystery of salvation at a time most appropriate to Him to draw us to Him.

      The Divine Mercy devotion is also NOT a Novus Ordo devotion. It cannot be since it was given to St Faustina in the 1930s, almost 30 years before Vat. II.

      Nor does it hypes God’s Mercy whilst obliterating the notion of His Justice, as some erroneously insist it does. It’s not a licence to sin, much less an invitation to presume of God’s Forgiveness.

      Frankly, instead of quarreling about too many devotions and unwisely pitting them against each other, we should be thankful to God for the inestimable riches in these Catholic devotions.

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