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Vol: 45, No.10 2ND SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME ( B) January 14 2018  
resurrection of the body,/and life everlasting. Amen.
Cel: Today’s liturgy teaches us that we must be attentive to God’s call at all the moments of our life. An attentive person will be able to guide others to God as Eli led Samuel to the Lord and Andrew led Simon his brother to Jesus. Let us place our petitions before our loving Father, saying,
Response: Lord, hear our prayer.
1. For the pope, the bishops, the priests and the religious that as leaders in the Church they may be attentive to the needs of the people and lead them to God who is calling them, we pray… R./
2. For vocations to priestly and religious life that youngsters may feel encouraged for a life of service, we pray… R./
3. As our bodies are the temples of the Holy Spirit and as sin originates in our minds let us pray that we may refrain from sinful thoughts and actions, we pray… R./
4. For those who carry out particular ministries in the Church, such as teachers, preachers and spiritual healers that through their ministries people may experience the mercy of God, we pray… R./
5. For all of us present in this Eucharistic assembly that encouraged by the knowledge that God seeks our cooperation for the advancement of his kingdom we may be strengthened to offer ourselves to the service of God, we pray… R./
(Pause to pray for local and personal needs)
Cel: God our Father, with confidence and trust we have placed our petitions before you. Graciously grant our petitions and increase in us the willingness to respond
to your call. May we become your instruments in leading others to you. We make this prayer …
Grant us, O Lord, we pray, that we may participate worthily in these mysteries, for whenever the memorial of this sacrifice is celebrated the work of our redemption is accomplished. Through Christ our Lord.
PREFACE I (Ordinary)
It is truly right and just, our duty and our salvation, always and everywhere to give you thanks, Lord, holy Father, almighty and eternal God, through Christ our Lord.
For through his Paschal Mystery, he accomplished the marvellous deed, by which he has freed us from the yoke of sin and death, summoning us to the glory of being now called a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for your own possession, to proclaim everywhere your mighty works, for you have called us out of darkness into your own wonderful light.
And so, with Angels and Archangels, with Thrones and Dominions, and with all the hosts and Powers of heaven, we sing the hymn of your glory, as without end we acclaim:
All: Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God of hosts...
You have prepared a table before me, and how precious is the chalice that quenches my thirst. (Ps 22:5)
Pour on us, O Lord, the Spirit of your love, and in your kindness make those you have nourished by this one heavenly Bread one in mind and heart. Through Christ our Lord.
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