oratorians

Litaniae Sancti Philippi Nerii Kyrie eleison.
Christe eleison.
Kyrie eleison.
Christe, audi nos.
Chiste, exaudi nos.
Pater de coelis Deus, miserere nobis.
Fili, Redemptor mundi, Deus, miserere nobis.
Spiritus Sancte, Deus, miserere nobis.
Sancta Trinitas, unus Deus, miserere nobis.

Sancta Maria, ora pro nobis.
Sancta Dei Genitrix, ora pro nobis.
Sancta Virgo virginum, ora pro nobis.

Sancte Philippe, ora pro nobis.
Vas Spiritus Sancti, ora pro nobis.
Apostolus Romae, ora pro nobis.
Consiliarius Pontificis, ora pro nobis.
Vox fatidica, ora pro nobis.
Vir prisci temporis, ora pro nobis.
Sanctus amabilis, ora pro nobis.
Heros umbratilis, ora pro nobis.
Pater suavissimus, ora pro nobis.
Flos puritatis, ora pro nobis.
Martyr charitatis, ora pro nobis.
Cor flammigerum, ora pro nobis.
Discretor spirituum, ora pro nobis.
Gemma sacerdotum, ora pro nobis.
Vitae divinae speculum, ora pro nobis.
Specimen humilitatis, ora pro nobis.
Exemplar simplicitatis, ora pro nobis.
Lux sanctae laetitiae, ora pro nobis.
Imago pueritiae, ora pro nobis.
Forma senectutis, ora pro nobis.
Rector animarum, ora pro nobis.
Piscator fluctuantium, ora pro nobis.
Manuductor pupillorum, ora pro nobis.
Hospes Angelorum, ora pro nobis.

Qui castitatem adolescens coluisti, ora pro nobis.
Qui Romam divinitus petiisti, ora pro nobis.
Qui multos annos in catacumbis delituisti, ora pro nobis.
Qui ipsum Spiritum in cor recepisti, ora pro nobis.
Qui mirabiles ecstases sustinuisti, ora pro nobis.
Qui parvulis amanter serviisti, ora pro nobis.
Qui peregrinantium pedes lavasti, ora pro nobis.
Qui martyrium ardentissime sitiisti, ora pro nobis.
Qui Verbum Dei quotidianum distribuisti, ora pro nobis.
Qui tot corda ad Deum allexisti, ora pro nobis.
Qui sermones dulces cum Maria contulisti, ora pro nobis.
Qui emortuum ab inferis reduxisti, ora pro nobis.
Qui domos tuas in omni regione constituisti, ora pro nobis.

Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi, parce nobis, Domine.
Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi, exaudi nos, Domine.
Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi, miserere nobis.

V. Ora pro nobis, Sancte Philippe.
R. Ut digni efficiamur promissionibus Christi.

Oremus. Deus, qui Beatum Philippum Confessorem tuum Sanctorum tuorum gloria sublimasti; concede propitius, ut cujus commemoratione laetamur, ejus virtutum proficiamus exemplo. Per Christum Dominum nostrum. R. Amen.

Illo nos igne Spiritus Sanctus inflammet (+) quo Sancti Philippi cor mirabiliter penetravit. Litany of St. Philip Neri 
Lord, have mercy. Lord, have mercy.
Christ, have mercy. Christ, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy. Lord, have mercy.
Christ, hear us.
Christ, graciously hear us.
God the Father of Heaven, Have mercy on us.
God the Son, Redeemer of the world, Have mercy on us.
God the Holy Spirit, Have mercy on us.
Holy Trinity, One God, Have mercy on us.

Holy Mary, pray for us.
Holy Mother of God, pray for us.
Holy Virgin of Virgins, pray for us.

Saint Philip, pray for us.
Vessel of the Holy Spirit, pray for us.
Child of Mary, pray for us.
Apostle of Rome, pray for us.
Counselor of Popes, pray for us.
Voice of Prophecy, pray for us.
Man of Primitive Times, pray for us.
Winning Saint, pray for us.
Hidden Hero, pray for us.
Sweetest of Fathers, pray for us.
Martyr of Charity, pray for us.
Heart of Fire, pray for us.
Discerner of Spirits, pray for us.
Choicest of Priests, pray for us.
Mirror of the Divine Life, pray for us.
Pattern of humility, pray for us.
Example of Simplicity, pray for us.
Light of Holy Joy, pray for us.
Image of Childhood, pray for us.
Picture of Old Age, pray for us.
Director of Souls, pray for us.
Gentle Guide of Youth, pray for us.
Patron of thine Own, pray for us.
Thou who observed chastity in thy youth, pray for us.

Who sought Rome by Divine guidance, pray for us.
Who hid so long in the catacombs, pray for us.
Who received the Holy Spirit into thy heart, pray for us.
Who experienced such wonderful ecstasies, pray for us.
Who so lovingly served the little ones, pray for us.
Who washed the feet of pilgrims, pray for us.
Who ardently thirsted after martyrdom, pray for us.
Who distributed the daily word of God, pray for us.
Who turned so many hearts to God, pray for us.
Who conversed so sweetly with Mary, pray for us.
Who raised the dead, pray for us.
Who set up thy houses in all lands, pray for 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.

V. Remember thy congregation.
R. Which thou hast possessed from the beginning.

Let Us Pray. O God, Who hast exalted blessed Philip, Thy confessor, in the glory of Thy Saints, grant that, as we rejoice in his commemoration, so may we profit by the example of his virtues, through Christ Our Lord. R. Amen.

May the Holy Ghost burn us with the fire (+) that admirably penetrated Saint Philip’s heart.
Hardly a day goes by without further reflection confirming to me just how wrong I was to count on the public ever changing its mind about me, even at some future date, since it is led in its view of my by guides who constantly succeed on another in the bodies which have taken against me. Individuals may die, but these collective organisations never die. The same passions thrive in them, and their fervent hatred, as immortal as the Devil who inspires it, remains as active as ever. When all my individual enemies are dead, the doctors and the Oratorians will still be alive, and even if these two groups were my only persecutors, I can be sure that they will no more leave my memory in peace after my death than they leave me in peace while I am still alive. Perhaps with the passing in time the doctors, whom I really have offended, might be appeased, but the Oratorians, whom I loved, whom I respected, in whom I had complete trust and whom I have never offended, the Oratorians, men of the Church and semi-monks, will remain forever implacable: their own iniquity makes of me a criminal whom their self-love will never forgive, and the public, whose animosity they will always carefully maintain and renew, will be no more placated than they are.
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Jean-Jacques Roussea, Reveries of the Solitary Walker

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