PIOUS EXERCISE OF THE TEN SUNDAYS.
The Sovereign Pontiff, Clement XIII., by a decree of the S. Congr. of Indulgences, Jan. 27, 1767, granted to all the faithful who, truly penitent, having confessed and communicated, upon the ten consecutive Sundays preceding the feast of S. Ignatius of Loyola, or upon any other ten consecutive Sundays during the year, exercise themselves in pious meditation, or vocal prayer, or any other work of Christian piety to the glory of God and in honor of the same saint, and visit some church of the Society cf Jesus:
A PLENARY Indulgence, on each of the Sundays.
In places where the said Society does not exist, the Sovereign Pontiff, Gregory XVI., by a rescript of the same S. Congr. of Indulgences, Dec. 10, 1841, granted that the faithful might gain these plenary indulgences by visiting their parish church and there praying for some space of time according to the intention of his Holiness.
O glorious patriarch, S. Ignatius, we humbly beseech thee to obtain for us from God, first, freedom from the greatest of all evils, which is sin, and then also from that fatal disease, cholera, which is one of the scourges by which God punishes the wickedness
of his people. Thy example has awakened in our hearts a lively desire to labor continually for the greater glory of God and the good of our neighbor. Obtain for us also from the loving Heart of Jesus, our Lord, that grace which is the crown of all others, final perseverance, and eternal beatitude. Amen.
His Holiness, Pope Leo XIII., by a rescript of the S. Congr. of Indulgences, Feb. 5, 1885, granted to all the faithful who, with contrite hearts, devoutly recite the above prayer:
An Indulgence Of Two Hundred Days, once a day.
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