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COVID-19 Oratio Imperata - Prayer Against the 2019 Novel Coronavirus or 2019-nCoV [VIDEO]

Oratio Imperata (or "Obligatory Prayer") - invocative prayers against the 2019 Novel Coronavirus or 2019-nCoV issued by The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP). ("Oratio Imperata" or a special prayer imploring protection from the novel coronavirus outbreak)
A novel coronavirus (CoV) is a new strain of coronavirus that has not been previously identified in humans. The new, or “novel” coronavirus, now called 2019-nCoV, had not previously detected before the outbreak was reported in Wuhan, China in December 2019. Novel Corona Virus - 2019 nCoV Question & Answer:
Full text of the oratio imperata issued by the CBCP:
In a circular released January 29, the CBCP called on its parishes to pray the oratio imperata in “all weekday and Sunday masses, after the Holy Communion, kneeling down” beginning Sunday, February 2. "In praying, we invite ourselves with all our brothers and sisters suffering with the disease brought by the virus, bring up to God our longing for them to be restored to full health and humbly pray that we may be spared form infection of this virus," God our Father, We come to you in our need
Grant us the grace
To ask your protection against the 2019 N-Corona Virus, That has claimed lives And has affected many. We pray for your grace For the people tasked with studying the nature and cause Of this virus and its disease And of stemming the tide of its transmission.

Guide the hands and minds of medical experts That they may minister to the sick With competence and compassion, And of those governments and private agencies That must find cure and solution to this epidemic. We pray for those afflicted May they be restored to health soon.
To work for the good of all And to help those in need. Grant this through our Lord, Jesus Christ, your Son, Who lives and reigns with You, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, God forever and ever. Amen. Mary Help of all Christians, pray for us. St. Raphael the Archangel, pray for us. St. Rock, pray for us. St. Lorenzo Ruiz, pray for us. St. Pedro Calungsod, pray for us.

Oratio Imperata (Latin, "Obligatory Prayer") is a set of Roman Catholic invocative prayers consisting of a liturgical action and a short, general prayer which the local ordinary or prelate of the church may publicly pray when a grave need or calamity occurs. Source:
Common reasons for the religious invocation of the prayer are natural calamities such as storms, snow and drought while rare circumstances which merit the prayer are wars, plague and the disruption of public peace in society. The prayers are customarily invoked by an archdiocese on behalf of overwhelming popular requests, and is authorized by a high-ranking prelate or Metropolitan Archbishop.

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