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Prayer of ST. Theresa

"Christ has no body now but yours

No hands, no feet on earth but yours

Yours are the eyes through which he looks

compassion on this world

Yours are the feet with which

He walks to do good

Yours are the hands with which

He blesses all the world

Yours are the hands

Yours are the feet

Yours are the eyes

You are His body"

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