Six Kowtows Communion Prayer

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The Six Kowtows Communion Prayer

(Revealed to an associate of L.)

It is unto Thee, my God and my Creator, that I offer my heart and my soul.

It is unto Thee, my Lord, the Lamb of God, that I offer my heart and my soul.

It is unto Thee, the Holy Spirit, the Giver of Life, that I offer my heart and my soul.

It is unto Thee, the Blessed Sacrament, Body and Blood of my Lord, that I offer my heart and my soul.

It is unto Thee, most precious Wounds of my Lord, that I offer my heart and my soul.

It is unto Thee, Immaculate Heart of my Mother, that I offer my heart.

Totus Tuus*

Totus Tuus

Totus Tuus

This prayer is for the world; after the priest pronounces the words of consecration, as the faithful wait in silence on their knees waiting to receive Jesus in the Eucharist, they should silently prepare their hearts with this prayer. It is at that moment that the faithful give themselves entirely to God. This prayer causes us to reflect on the Six Kowtows. (See “The Six Kowtows” message revealed to L. August 19, 2014.)

 

* “Totus Tuus” is Latin for “[I am] totally Yours.” It was a phrase of St. Louis de Montfort and was the official motto of Pope St. John Paul II. We say it here three times to tell God that we are totally His.