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Prayer for Spiritual Communion
We invite you to say the following prayer at communion time as a way to spiritually unite yourself with those in church who are receiving communion.
Father, Son, & Spirit:
Thank you for the gift of Christ’s presence in the Eucharist. Since I cannot receive communion at this moment, I invite Christ’s love into my heart. I focus my attention on being filled with the Holy Spirit. I offer my life to the Father’s will. I pray that this experience of communion will stay with me throughout my day and every day and empower me to generously share God’s love with others. Amen.
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