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  • Lord Jesus Christ, Good Shepherd of the sheep, you gather the lambs in your arms and carry them in your bosom…

    Book of Common Prayer 1979
  • O God, we pray and beseech you
    to guide and protect young people
    from the dangers that are ever present in our world today…

    Adapted from a prayer from St. Mary's Catholic Parish, Papakura, New Zealand

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