Our Father

1. The angel Gabriel was sent by God to a virgin;/ and the virgin's name was Mary. (Lk 1:26-27) Hail Mary

2. 'Rejoice, so highly favored!/ The Lord is with you.' (Lk 1:28) Hail Mary

3. She was deeply disturbed by these words/ and asked herself what this greeting could mean. (Lk 1:29) Hail Mary

4. But the angel said to her, 'Mary, do not be afraid;/ you have won God's favor.' (Lk 1:30) Hail Mary

5. 'Listen! You are to conceive and bear a son,/ and you must name him Jesus.' (Lk 1:31) Hail Mary

6. 'He will be great and will be called Son of the Most High;/ and his reign will have no end.' (Lk 1:32-33) Hail Mary

7. Mary said to the angel, 'But how can this come about,/ since I am a virgin?' (Lk 1:34) Hail Mary

8. 'The Holy Spirit will come upon you/ and the power of the Most High will cover you with its shadow.' (Lk 1:35) Hail Mary

9. 'And so the child will be holy/ and will be called Son of God.' (Lk 1:35) Hail Mary

10. 'I am the handmaid of the Lord,' said Mary/ 'let what you have said be done to me.' (Lk 1:38) Hail Mary

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Our Father

1. Mary set out at that time and went to the hill country./ And she went into Zechariah's house and greeted Elizabeth. (Lk 1:39-40) Hail Mary

2. Now as soon as Elizabeth heard Mary's greeting, the child leaped in her womb/ and Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit. (Lk 1:41) Hail Mary

3. She gave a loud cry and said, 'Of all women you are the most blessed,/ and blessed is the fruit of your womb.' (Lk 1:42) Hail Mary

4. 'Yes, blessed is she who believed/ that the promise made her by the Lord would be fulfilled.' (Lk 1:45) Hail Mary

5. And Mary said: 'My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord and my spirit exults in God my savior;/ because he has looked upon his lowly handmaid.' (Lk 1:46-48) Hail Mary

6. 'Yes, from this day forward all generations will call me blessed,/ for the Almighty has done great things for me.' (Lk 1:48-49) Hail Mary

7. 'Holy is his name,/ and his mercy reaches from age to age for those who fear him.' (Lk 1:49-50) Hail Mary

8. 'He has shown the power of his arm,/ he has routed the proud of heart.' (Lk 1:51) Hail Mary

9. 'He has pulled down princes from their thrones/ and exalted the lowly.' (Lk 1:52) Hail Mary

10. 'The hungry he has filled with good things,/ the rich sent empty away.' (Lk 1:53) Hail Mary

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Our Father

1. Now while Mary and Joseph were in Bethlehem/ the time came for her to have her child. (Lk 2:6) Hail Mary

2. And she gave birth to a son, her firstborn,/ and she wrapped him in swaddling clothes. (Lk 2:7) Hail Mary

3. And she laid him in a manger/ because there was no room for them at the inn. (Lk 2:7) Hail Mary

4. In the countryside close by there were shepherds/ and the angel of the Lord appeared to them. (Lk 2:8-9) Hail Mary

5. 'Do not be afraid. Listen, I bring you news of great joy,/ a joy to be shared by the whole people.' (Lk 2:10) Hail Mary

6. 'Today in the town of David a savior has been born to you;/ he is Christ the Lord.' (Lk 2:11) Hail Mary

7. 'Glory to God in the highest heaven,/ and peace to men who enjoy his favor.' (Lk 2:14) Hail Mary

8. And some wise men came from the east,/ and going in they saw the child with his mother Mary. (Mt 2:1,11) Hail Mary

9. And falling to their knees they did him homage./ Then they offered him gifts of gold and frankincense and myrrh. (Mt 2:11) Hail Mary

10. And Mary kept in mind all these things/ and pondered them in her heart. (Lk 2:19) Hail Mary

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Our Father

1. Observing the Law of Moses, they took Jesus up to Jerusalem/ to present him to the Lord. (Lk 2:22) Hail Mary

2. Now in Jerusalem there was a man named Simeon./ He was an upright and devout man. (Lk 2:25) Hail Mary

3. It had been revealed to him by the Holy Spirit that he would not see death/ until he had set eyes on the Christ of the Lord. (Lk 2:26) Hail Mary

4. And when the parents brought in the child Jesus, he took him into his arms/ and blessed God. (Lk 2:27-28) Hail Mary

5. 'Now, Master, you can let your servant go in peace,/ just as you promised.' (Lk 2:29) Hail Mary

6. 'Because my eyes have seen the salvation/ which you have prepared for all the nations to see.' (Lk 2:30-31) Hail Mary

7. 'A light to enlighten the pagans/ and the glory of your people Israel.' (Lk 2:32) Hail Mary

8. And he said to Mary his mother, 'You see this child: he is destined for the fall and for the rising of many in Israel,/ destined to be a sign that is rejected.' (Lk 2:34) Hail Mary

9. 'And a sword will pierce your own soul too-/ so that the secret thoughts of many may be laid bare.' (Lk 2:35) Hail Mary

10. And they went back to Nazareth, and the child grew to maturity, and he was filled with wisdom;/ and God's favor was with him. (Lk 2:39-40) Hail Mary

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Our Father

1. When Jesus was twelve years old, they went up to Jerusalem/ for the feast of the Passover. (Lk 2:41-42) Hail Mary

2. When they were on their way home, the boy Jesus stayed behind in Jerusalem/ without his parents knowing it. (Lk 2:43) Hail Mary

3. They went back to Jerusalem looking for him everywhere./ Three days later, they found him in the Temple. (Lk 2:45-46) Hail Mary

4. He was sitting among the doctors,/ listening to them, and asking them questions. (Lk 2:46) Hail Mary

5. And all those who heard him were astounded/ at his intelligence and his replies. (Lk 2:47) Hail Mary

6. 'My child, why have you done this to us?/ See how worried your father and I have been, looking for you.' (Lk 2:48) Hail Mary

7. 'Why were you looking for me?/ Did you not know that I must be busy with my Father's affairs?' (Lk 2:49) Hail Mary

8. But they did not understand/ what he meant. (Lk 2:50) Hail Mary

9. He then went down with them and came to Nazareth/ and lived under their authority. (Lk 2:51) Hail Mary

10. And Jesus increased in wisdom, in stature, and in favor/ with God and men. (Lk 2:52) Hail Mary

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Our Father

1. Jesus came with them to Gethsemane./ And sadness came over him, and great distress. (Mt 26:36-37) Hail Mary

2. Then he said, 'My soul is sorrowful to the point of death./ Wait here and keep awake with me.' (Mt 26:38) Hail Mary

3. Then he withdrew from them,/ and knelt down and prayed. (Lk 22:41) Hail Mary

4. 'Father, if you are willing, take this cup away from me./ Nevertheless, let your will be done, not mine.' (Lk 22:42) Hail Mary

5. Then an angel appeared to him,/ coming from heaven to give him strength. (Lk 22:43) Hail Mary

6. In his anguish/ he prayed even more earnestly. (Lk 22:44) Hail Mary

7. And his sweat fell to the ground/ like great drops of blood. (Lk 22:44) Hail Mary

8. Then he came back to his disciples and found them sleeping,/ and he said, 'So you had not the strength to keep awake with me one hour?' (Mt 26:40) Hail Mary

9. 'You should be awake,/ and praying no to be put to the test.' (Mt 26:41) Hail Mary

10. 'The spirit is willing,/ but the flesh is weak.' (Mt 26:41) Hail Mary

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Our Father

1. They had Jesus bound and handed him over to Pilate./ Pilate questioned him, 'Are you the king of the Jews?' (Mk 15:1-2) Hail Mary

2. Jesus replied, 'Mine is not a kingdom of this world;/ but yes, I am a king.' (Jn 18:36) Hail Mary

3. 'I came into the world for this: to bear witness to the truth;/ and all who are on the side of truth listen to my voice.' (Jn 18:37) Hail Mary

4. 'Truth?' said Pilate, 'What is that?';/ and with that he went out again to the Jews and said, 'I find no case against him.' (Jn 18:38) Hail Mary

5. 'So I shall have him flogged and then let him go.'/ Pilate then had Jesus taken away and scourged. (Lk 23:16, Jn 19:1) Hail Mary

6. Despised and rejected by men,/ a man of sorrows. (Is 53:3) Hail Mary

7. Harshly dealt with, he bore it humbly,/ like a lamb that is led to the slaughterhouse. (Is 53:7) Hail Mary

8. Yet he was pierced through for our faults,/ crushed for our sins. (Is 53:5) Hail Mary

9. Ours were the sufferings he bore,/ ours the sorrows he carried. (Is 53:4) Hail Mary

10. On him lies a punishment that brings us peace,/ and through his wounds we are healed. (Is 53:5) Hail Mary

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Our Father

1. The soldiers led him away to the Praetorium./ Then they stripped him and dressed him up in purple. (Mk 15:16, Mt 27:28) Hail Mary

2. And having twisted some thorns into a crown they put this on his head/ and placed a reed in his right hand. (Mt 27:29) Hail Mary

3. To make fun of him they knelt to him/ saying, 'Hail, king of the Jews!' (Mt 27:29) Hail Mary

4. And they spat on him/ and took the reed and struck him on the head. (Mt 27:30) Hail Mary

5. Then Pilate took some water, washed his hands in front of the crowd/ and said, 'I am innocent of this man's blood. It is your concern.' (Mt 27:24) Hail Mary

6. Jesus then came out/ wearing the crown of thorns and the purple robe. (Jn 19:5) Hail Mary

7. 'Here is your king,' said Pilate./ 'Take him away!' they said. 'Crucify him!' (Jn 19:14-15) Hail Mary

8. 'Why, what harm has he done?'/ But they shouted all the louder, 'Crucify him!' (Mk 15:14) Hail Mary

9. 'Do you want me to crucify your king?'/ The chief priests answered, 'We have no king except Caesar.' (Jn 19:15) Hail Mary

10. So Pilate, anxious to placate the crowd,/ handed him over to be crucified. (Mk 15:15) Hail Mary

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Our Father

1. 'If anyone wants to be a follower of mine,/ let him renounce himself.' (Lk 9:23) Hail Mary

2. 'And take up his cross every day/ and follow me.' (Lk 9:23) Hail Mary

3. And carrying his own cross/ they led him out to crucify him. (Jn 19:17; Mk 15:21) Hail Mary

4. And they seized on a man, Simon from Cyrene,/ and made him shoulder the cross and carry it behind Jesus. (Lk 23:26) Hail Mary

5. 'Shoulder my yoke/ and learn from me.' (Mt 11:29) Hail Mary

6. 'For I am gentle/ and humble in heart.' (Mt 11:29) Hail Mary

7. 'And you will find rest for your souls./ Yes, my yoke is easy and my burden light.' (Mt 11:29-30) Hail Mary

8. Large numbers of people followed him,/ and of women too, who mourned and lamented for him. (Lk 23:27) Hail Mary

9. But Jesus turned to them and said, 'Daughters of Jerusalem, do not weep for me;/ weep rather for yourselves and for your children.' (Lk 23:28) Hail Mary

10. 'For if men use the green wood like this,/ what will happen when it is dry?' (Lk 23:31) Hail Mary

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Our Father

1. When they reached the place called The Skull,/ they crucified him. (Lk 23:33) Hail Mary

2. Jesus said, 'Father, forgive them;/ they do not know what they are doing.' (Lk 23:34) Hail Mary

3. One of the criminals crucified with him said, 'Jesus, remember me/ when you come into your kingdom.' (Lk 23:39,42) Hail Mary

4. 'Indeed, I promise you,' he replied/ 'today you will be with me in paradise.' (Lk 23:43) Hail Mary

5. Near the cross of Jesus stood his mother/ and the disciple he loved. (Jn 19:25-26) Hail Mary

6. Jesus said to his mother, 'Woman, this is your son.'/ Then to the disciple he said, 'This is your mother.' (Jn 19:26-27) Hail Mary

7. And from that moment/ the disciple made a place for her in his home. (Jn 19:27) Hail Mary

8. And a darkness came over the whole land, and the earth quaked;/ and the veil of the Temple was torn in two. (Lk 23:44; Mt 27:51) Hail Mary

9. And Jesus cried out in a loud voice,/ 'Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.' (Lk 23:46) Hail Mary

10. And bowing his head/ he breathed his last. (Jn 19:30, Lk 23:46) Hail Mary

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Our Father

1. 'I tell you most solemnly, you will be sorrowful,/ but your sorrow will turn to joy.' (Jn 16:20) Hail Mary

2. 'For I shall see you again, and your hearts will be full of joy,/ and that joy no one shall take from you.' (Jn 16:22-23) Hail Mary

3. At the first sign of dawn, they went to the tomb/ with the spices they had prepared. (Lk 24:1) Hail Mary

4. And all at once the angel of the Lord, descending from heaven,/ came and rolled away the stone and sat on it. (Mt 28:2) Hail Mary

5. 'I know you are looking for Jesus, who was crucified./ He is not here.' (Mt 28:5-6) Hail Mary

6. 'He has risen from the dead./ Come and see the place where he lay.' (Lk 24:6; Mt 28:6-7) Hail Mary

7. 'And now he is going before you to Galilee;/ it is there you will see him.' (Mt 28:7) Hail Mary

8. And the women came out from the tomb/ filled with awe and great joy. (Mk 16:8; Mt 28:8) Hail Mary

9. 'I am the resurrection and the life./ If anyone believes in me, even though he dies he will live.' (Jn 11:25) Hail Mary

10. 'And whoever lives and believes in me/ will never die.' (Jn 11:26) Hail Mary

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Our Father

1. Jesus took them out as far as the outskirts of Bethany,/ and lifting up his hands he blessed them. (Lk 24:50) Hail Mary

2. He said, 'All authority in heaven and on earth/ has been given to me.' (Mt 28:18) Hail Mary

3. 'Go, therefore/ make disciples of all the nations.' (Mt 28:19) Hail Mary

4. 'Baptize them/ in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.' (Mt 28:19) Hail Mary

5. 'And teach them to observe/ all the commands I gave you.' (Mt 28:20) Hail Mary

6. 'He who believes and is baptized/ will be saved.' (Mk 16:16) Hail Mary

7. 'He who does not believe will be condemned.' (Mk 16:16) Hail Mary

8. 'And know that I am with you always;/ yes, to the end of time'. (Mt 28:20) Hail Mary

9. As he said this he was lifted up,/ and a cloud took him from their sight. (Acts 1:9) Hail Mary

10. And so the Lord Jesus was taken up into heaven;/ there at the right hand of God he took his place. (Mk 16:19) Hail Mary

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Our Father

1. When Pentecost day came around,/ they had all met in one room. (Acts 2:1) Hail Mary

2. Suddenly they heard what sounded like a powerful wind from heaven,/ the noise of which filled the entire house. (Acts 2:2) Hail Mary

3. And something appeared to them that seemed like tongues of fire;/ these separated and came to rest on the head of each of them. (Acts 2:3) Hail Mary

4. They were all filled with the Holy Spirit,/ and began to speak about the marvels of God. (Acts 2:4,11) Hail Mary

5. Now there were devout men living in Jerusalem/ from every nation under heaven. (Acts 2:5) Hail Mary

6. And Peter stood up with the Eleven/ and addressed them in a loud voice. (Acts 2:14) Hail Mary

7. 'Repent and be baptized,/ and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.' (Acts 2:38) Hail Mary

8. And they accepted what he said and were baptized./ That very day about three thousand were added to their number. (Acts 2:41) Hail Mary

9. Send forth your Spirit, and they shall be created;/ and you shall renew the face of the earth. (Pentecost Alleluia) Hail Mary

10. Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful;/ and kindle in them the fire of your love. (Pentecost Alleluia) Hail Mary

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Our Father

1. 'Come then, my love,/ my lovely one, come'. (Songs 2:10) Hail Mary

2. 'For see, winter is past,/ the rains are over and gone.' (Songs 2:11) Hail Mary

3. 'Show me your face, let me hear your voice;/ for your voice is sweet and your face is beautiful'. (Songs 2:14) Hail Mary

4. And the sanctuary of God in heaven opened./ Then came flashes of lightning and peals of thunder. (Rev 11:19) Hail Mary

5. Now a great sign appeared in heaven;/ a woman, adorned with the sun. (Rev 12:1) Hail Mary

6. She was standing on the moon,/ with the twelve stars on her head for a crown. (Rev 12:1) Hail Mary

7. With jewels set in gold, and dressed in brocades,/ the king's daughter is led in to the king. (Psalm 45:13-14) Hail Mary

8. May you be blessed, my daughter, by God Most High,/ beyond all women on earth. (Judith 13:18) Hail Mary

9. The trust you have shown shall not pass from the memories of men,/ but shall ever remind them of the power of God. (Judith 13:19) Hail Mary

10. You are the glory of Jerusalem! You are the great pride of Israel!/ You are the highest honor of our people! (Judith 15:9) Hail Mary

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Our Father

1. Who is this arising like the dawn,/ fair as the moon, resplendent as the sun? (Songs 6:10) Hail Mary

2. Like the rainbow gleaming against brilliant clouds,/ like blossoms in the days of spring. (Ecclus 50:7-8) Hail Mary

3. 'I am the rose of Sharon,/ I am the lily of the valleys.' (Songs 2:1) Hail Mary

4. 'My throne is in a pillar of cloud,/ and for eternity I shall remain.' (Ecclus 24:4,9) Hail Mary

5. 'Approach me, you who desire me,/ and take your fill of my fruits.' (Ecclus 24:19) Hail Mary

6. 'I am like a vine putting out graceful shoots,/ my blossoms are sweeter than honey.' (Ecclus 24:17,20) Hail Mary

7. 'And now, my children, listen to me;/ listen to instruction and learn to be wise.' (Prov 8:32-33) Hail Mary

8. 'Happy are those who keep my ways,/ who day after day watch at my gates.' (Prov 8:32,34) Hail Mary

9. 'For those who find me find life,/ and win favor from the Lord.' (Prov 8:35) Hail Mary

10. Hail, Queen of mercy, protect us from the enemy,/ and receive us at the hour of death. (Queenship of the B.V.M., Gradual) Hail Mary

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