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Catholic Prayer: Roman Ritual: Blessing of Bread, Wine, Water, Fruit on the Feast of St. Blaise

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Blessing of Bread, Wine, Water, Fruit for the Relief of Throat Ailments on the Feast of St. Blaise, February 3rd.

(Approved by the Congregation of Sacred Rites on September 25, 1883)

Prayer:

P: Our help is in the name of the Lord.
All: Who made heaven and earth.
P: The Lord be with you.
All: May he also be with you.

Let us pray.
God, Savior of the world, who consecrated this day by the martyrdom of blessed Blaise, granting him among other gifts the power of healing all who are afflicted with ailments of the throat; we humbly appeal to our boundless mercy, begging that these fruits, bread, wine, and water brought by your devoted people be blessed + and sanctified + by your goodness. May those who eat and drink these gifts be fully healed of all ailments of the throat and of all maladies of body and soul, through the prayers and merits of St. Blaise, bishop and martyr. We ask this of you who live and reign, God, forever and ever. All: Amen.

Prayer Source: Roman Ritual, The, Complete Edition by Philip T. Weller, S.T.D., The Bruce Publishing Company, Milwaukee, WI, 1964