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  • Be our light in the darkness, O Lord, and in your great mercy defend us…

    Book of Common Prayer 1979
  • O Lord, since I must now entrust my precious child into the arms of another so that I may go forth to earn bread for our table...

    "Prayers to Form a Mother's Heart" produced by the Women's Apostolate to Youth

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