Litany Against the Deadly Sins:

Litany Against the Deadly Sins:

Lord, have mercy on us.
Christ, have mercy on us.
Lord, have mercy on us. Christ hear us.

God, Father Who created the world good,
have mercy on us.
God, Son who Redeemed us from our sins,
have mercy on us.
God, the Spirit whose Presence sanctifies us,
have mercy on us.
Holy Trinity, One All-Good and Loving God,
have mercy on us.

From the evils in our hearts, save us.
From the iniquities in our souls, save us.
From the slavery of Sin, save us.

From Asmodeus, who whispers lecheries in the night,
save us.
From Beelzebub, who craves the damnation of souls,
save us.
From Mammon, who encourages descent into materialism,
save us.
From Belphegor, who inspires apathy and indifference,
save us.
From Satan, who sows division through hatred,
save us.
From Leviathan, who poisons relationships with bitterness,
save us.
From Lucifer, who desires to spread the idolatry of the self,
save us.

Holy Mary, Refuge of Sinners, pray for us.
Saint Joseph, Terror of Demons, pray for us.
Saint Michael the Archangel, Defender of the Church, pray for us.
Saint Raphael the Archangel, Scourge of Evil Spirits, pray for us.
Saint Anthony, Disperser of Devils, pray for us.
Saint Padre Pio, Helper of Souls in Doubt and Darkness, pray for us.
Saint Benedict, Leader of the Holy Warfare, pray for us.
Saint Expeditus, Advocate of Sinners, pray for us.
Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, deliver us from evil.

Let Us Pray:
O Heavenly King, Who has forgiven us our sins through the gift of baptism, protect our souls from the influence of the devil and all his evil spirits. May our hearts be castles manned by the Spirit of Your Love, ever vigilant against corruption and impurity. May we never forget the Redeemer Who has saved us, and may we never turn ourselves back over to the powers of this world. We ask, instead, for the grace to ever remain a temple for Your Most Holy Spirit, and to be beacons of Your Divine Love to those who surround us. We ask this through that same Savior, Jesus Christ, Our Lord.

Amen.

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