The Thinking 

Finder of the Lost

June 13, 2017


St. Anthony of Padua; Francisco Zurbaran

Responsory to St. Anthony of Padua

If miracles thou fain would see;
Lo! error, death, calamity,
The Leprous stain, the demon flies,
From beds of pain the sick arise.

The sea withdraws and fetters break,
And withered limbs he doth restore;
While treasures lost are found again,
When young or old his help implore.


And perils perish; plenty hoard,
Is heaped on hunger’s famished board.
Let those relate who know it well,
Let Padua of her patron tell.


May glory to the Father be,
and to the Son eternally,
And Holy Ghost, in essence one,
In Persons three, be honor done.


V. Pray for us, blessed Anthony.

R. That we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ.

Let us Pray

O God, may the votive commemoration of blessed Anthony, Your confessor and doctor, be a source of joy to Your Church, that she may always be fortified with spiritual assistance and deserve to enjoy eternal rewards. Through Christ our Lord. Amen

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