Holy Hour for Life and Liberty

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Holy Hour for Life and Liberty
[The following Holy Hour is a model based on the ritual book Holy Communion and Worship of the Eucharist Outside of Mass, which should be followed in all respects. The Scripture passages below are the Mass readings for October 20, 2012. This Holy Hour may be used throughout the year by substituting the Mass Readings of the day. A resource by the USCCB Committee on Divine Worship entitled Thirty-One Questions on Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament may also be helpful in planning.]
After all have assembled, a priest or deacon, wearing cope and humeral veil, brings the Blessed Sacrament to the Altar in a monstrance, a song may be sung. He may be accompanied by altar servers with candles.

Opening Song:

O SALUTARIS Hostia O SAVING Victim opening wide

Quae caeli pandis ostium. The gate of heaven to all below.

Bella premunt hostilia; Our foes press on from every side;

Da robur, fer auxilium. Thine aid supply, Thy strength bestow.
Uni trinoque Domino To Thy great name be endless praise

Sit sempiterna gloria: Immortal Godhead, One in Three;

Qui vitam sine termino, Oh, grant us endless length of days,

Nobis donet in patria. Amen. In our true native land with Thee. Amen.

The Blessed Sacrament is placed on the altar. The presiding minister then kneels before the altar and incenses the Blessed Sacrament. The opening song is concluded and a period of silent prayer follows.

Opening Prayer
The presiding minister then goes to the chair, where he prays:

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