o Lord, my God, even now I accept from Thy hand, willingly and with submission, the kind of death it may please Thee to send me, with all its sorrows, pains, and anguish.

7 years. Plenary at the moment of death to all who, on any day they may choose, make this act with true love of God and fulfill the four usual conditions (S. P. Ap., Jan. 30, 1950).

o my God, I offer Thee the hour of my death and all the pains I am destined to suffer from this moment until my last breath for Thy glory and in union with the bitter pains of Jesus’ Passion and death.

Grant, we beseech Thee, 0 Lord, that in the hour of our death we may be refreshed by Thy holy Sacra­ments and delivered from all guilt, and so deserve to be received with joy into the arms of Thy mercy. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.

3 years (S. P. Ap., Jan. 30, 1950).

From a sudden and unprovided death, deliver us, o Lord.

300 days (Raccolta, 1950).