Saint Charles de Foucauld

evening prayer

The King who is to come, come, let us adore him!

Glory to the Father, and to the FIls, and to the Holy Spirit,
to the God who is, who wasIt, and who comes,
for the centuries of ifekeys. Amen. Alleluia.


One day of the ages,
There was a flash
Born from the end of time,
The big message
From heaven to all the angels:
God was going to take flesh.

No one surprised
On higher heights
The emissary of glory,
He went down
In the course of history:
Nothing seemed to have changed.

He approached
Of the secrets of life
That God reserved;
The angel touched
The one who kept it
And the shadow quivered.

On that day,
If there was only one flesh
To receive the dawn,
Everywhere went up
The hope of uniting
Finally in the light.

Psalm 118 (ix) The gift of happiness

Behold the King, the Lord of the earth: he will remove the yoke that oppresses us.

Blessed is the faithful servant whom the Master of the universe, on arriving, will find watching according to his command.

You do goodar of your servant,
Lordar, according to your word.
Teach me to know wellIr, judging well:
I fIand at your will.

Before I’ve sufferedert, I was lost;
now I observeedream your orders.
you are bohn, you are doing good:
teach meohi your commandments.
The proud have covered meert of slander:
with all my heart, I ghasrd of your precepts.
Their hearts, heavyIclosed;
me, I likeIr to your law.
It’s for my bien that I suffered,
so, did I apprIs your commandments.
My happiness is theohi from your mouth,
more than a heap ofohr or silver.

Glory to the Father, and to the FIls, and to the Holy Spirit,
for the centuries of ifekeys. Amen.

It is from your mouth, O my Master, that it is good to learn the law which makes me happy.

Word of GodRevelation 22, 17

The Spirit and the Bride say, “Come! He who hears, let him say: “Come!” He who is thirsty, let him come. Whoever desires it, may he receive the water of life, free of charge.

I am sure of his word!

Canticle of Mary

my ex soulhaslt the Lord,
exult my spirit in Dieamy saviour !

He leaned on his hamaid servant;
now all ages tell meohnt blessed.

The Mighty made for mohi wonders;
Shasint is its name!

His loveend from age to age
Soax who fear him.

Deploying the fohnce of his arm,
he availableecsr the superb.

He reverses the powershasnts from their thrones,
he isesee the humble.

It fills with biens the hungry,
returns the rIempty-handed.

He raises Israelel, his servant,
he rememberedent of his love,

of the promisehasite to our fathers,
in favor of Abraham and his rhasthis forever.

Glory to the Father, and to the FIls, and to the Holy Spirit,
for the centuries of ifekeys. Amen.


Eternal Word, in these times which are the last, you took our nature, make our life a walk towards the kingdom of Heaven.

Come, Lord Jesus!

True light, which enlightens every man in this world,
– dispels the darkness of our ignorance.

only begotten Son, who art in the bosom of the Father,
– give us to understand
how much God loves us.

Christ Jesus, born as a man among men,
– conform us to your image
to make us children of God.

You who break down the doors of our prisons,
– welcomes to the wedding feast
those who beg their bread at your door.

Personal intentions

Our father…

‘Cause it’s yours
kingdom, power and glory,
For centuries and centuries !

May the peace of God guard our hearts and minds in Christ Jesus, our Lord. Amen.

Marian Antiphon

Holy Mother of our Redeemer,
Heaven’s door, always open,
star of the sea,
Come to the aid of the people who fall
and trying to get up.
You gave birth, oh wonder!
the one who created you,
and you still remain a virgin.
Welcome the greeting of the angel Gabriel
and have mercy on us sinners.

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Saint Charles de Foucauld

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