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Bill Walsh


Thank you very much for doing this. Fr. M was a dear friend of mine (I met him on his return to Chicago), and I've been compiling his works for my own enjoyment, and your bibliography is a great help! God, I'll miss him.

Thank you, and drop me a line if you ever want to talk Mankowskiana…

Best regards,

Karen Hall

You're very welcome. He was a dear friend of mine, too. And one that I always hoped would outlive me.

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Litany of St. Ignatius

  • Lord, have mercy on us.
    Christ, have mercy on us.
    Lord, have mercy on us.
    Chris, hear us.
    Christ, graciously hear us.
    God the Father of Heaven,
    have mercy on us
    God the Son, Redeemer
    of the world,
    God the Holy Ghost,
    Holy Trinity, one God.
    St. Ignatius,
    Founder of the Society of Jesus,
    pray for us.
    Inflamed with divine love,
    pray for us.
    Promoter of the conversion
    of the world,
    Zealous for the Greater Glory
    of God,
    Dead to the world through
    the spirit of mortification,
    Conqueror of all preverse
    Despiser of the world,
    Zealous instructor of youth,
    Support of Christ's Church against her enemies,
    Antagonist of heretical errors,
    Father of converted sinners,
    Perfect follower of Jesus Christ,
    Lover of voluntary poverty,
    Lover of angelical purity,
    Master of perfect obedience,
    Born again to divine love,
    Rapt in contemplation,
    Mirror of humility,
    Lover of fraternal charity,
    Promoter of peace among men,
    Singular for peace of mind,
    Enemy of sin,
    Perfect model of a religious life,
    Little before men, and great
    before God,
    Lover of heavenly glory,
    Be merciful unto us, O Lord,
    Graciously hear us, O Lord,
    We sinners beseech thee,
    hear us,
    That we may be reborn to a
    better life,
    That we may die to the flesh
    and the world,
    That we may subdue our passions
    and vicious inclinations,
    That we may shun sin as a
    That we may detest all pride,
    That we may love purity,
    That we may promote the
    instruction of youth,
    That we may learn to despise
    earthly goods,
    That we may be true followers
    of Christ,
    That we may bear patiently the
    loss of all temporal goods,
    That we may exercise purity and
    modeaty on all occasions,
    That we may cordialy esteem the
    commandments of God and our
    That we may ever cultivate brotherly
    That we be little in this world, and
    great in heaven,
    That we may ever seek after eternal goods,
    Son of God, we beseech thee, hear us,
    Lamb of God, who takest away the sins
    of the world, spare us, O Lord,
    Lamb of God, who takest away the sins
    of the world, graciously hear us,
    O Lord,
    Lamb of God, who takest away the sins
    of the world, have mercy on us.
    Christ hear us.
    Christ, graciously hear us.
    Lord, have mercy on us.
    Christ, have mercy on us.
    Lord, have mercy on us.
    Pray for us, St. Ignatius,
    That we may be made worthy
    of the promises of Christ.
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