01 Jan 2019

01 Jan 2019: HOUR OF GRACE

Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God

Note: Ideal time is 12 midnight to 1 am OR 12 noon to 1 pm. 
This is best done in gathering in Church OR even individually anywhere.

Before Exposition (Introduction): We are here on the *Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God* to adore and honour the Most Holy Trinity present here in Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity in this Hour of Grace and Mercy. We will repent, pray for security under God’s protection and that Our Lady be proclaimed as Mediatrix of All Grace, Co Redemptrix and Advocate by the Vicar of CHRIST, our Holy Father Pope Francis I.

In the name of The Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.  

Come Holy Spirit, come by the means of the powerful intercession of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Thy well beloved Spouse.

Prayer to St. Michael….. 

The Main celebrant now proceeds to expose the Most Blessed Sacrament                  

Moderator: Please kneel: Hymn: O Sacrament Most Holy, O Sacrament Divine all Praise and all thanks giving be every moment Thine.   

We shall now recite the Eucharist Prayer: (please repeat): “O Most Holy Trinity/ I adore Thee! / My God, my God, I love Thee/ in the Most Blessed Sacrament!” (3 times)
Spend few moments kneeling in deep adoration……
We thank You and Praise You heavenly Father for the Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God, the masterpiece of Your creation. Jesus, You are True God and True Man. That is why Mary is the Mother of God, begetting, bearing within Herself You, whom the whole world cannot contain, in God’s Salvific plan.

Hail Immaculate Virgin Mary, Virgin of Virgins, bearer of God, Mother of God, Mother of the Church and Our Mother, the living Tabernacle. You bore the only begotten Son of God Jesus, the fruit of Your womb. Oh perfect Adorer of the Triune God; be with us as we adore Jesus now. Intercede for us gathered here for Grace and Mercy for our salvation. Amen.

We will now meditate on the announcement to Mary of the birth of Jesus through the Angelus Prayer (3 times)

We now pray Psalm 51 for Repentance (3 times with outstretched hands if space permits; optional)

Hymn: God of Mercy and Compassion……..

HOLY ROSARY (as possible) for the proclamation of the 5th Dogma and also for those who do not believe or know Our Blessed Mother………….

We shall now pray Psalm 91 (3 times) for Security under God’s protection in every dangerous situation

Although Mary is praised for being the Mother of the Lord and because of Her belief, She reacts as the servant in a Psalm of Praise, the Canticle of Mary, the Magnificat (3 times) (Lk 1: 46-55)

Hail Holy Queen…………

Hymn: We stand for God………

We shall now spend few moments in Holy silence praying for Our Lady’s intentions that Our Lady be proclaimed as Mediatrix Of All Grace, Co Redemptrix and Advocate by the Vicar of CHRIST, our Holy Father Pope Francis I .......................and also pray for our personal needs, knowing and understanding that as each of us, Our Lady’s beloved children pray for this intention of Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart, She will grant these intentions, that lay in our hearts even if we do not mention it with our lips as we pray, according to The Divine Will of God. 

We pray now One Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be for our Holy Fathers Pope Francis, Benedict 16th, our Bishop ……….. all Priests and religious………………..

Concluding Prayer: O Most Holy Trinity, we have spent these precious moments adoring and honouring You on the solemnity of the Mother of God as we venerate Her. Make us truly repentant often and protect us in every dangerous situation. Grant us abundant Grace and Mercy today. Help us to do one Act of Mercy every day. We make this prayer through Your Son, who live and reign forever and ever. Amen.

LET US PRAY: O God who in this wondrous Sacrament have left us as memorial of Your Passion, grant us we beseech You, so to revere, the Sacred Mysteries of Your Body and Blood, that we may continually find in our souls, the fruit of Your redemption, who live and reign forever and ever. Amen.



Moderator: In the name of The Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen