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Ven Espíritu Santo Creador

Ven, Espíritu Santo creador,
a visitar nuestro corazón,
repleta con tu gracia viva y celestial,
nuestras almas que tú creaste por amor.

Tú que eres llamado consolador,
don del Dios altísimo y Señor,
vertiente viva, fuego, que es la caridad,
y también espiritual y divina unción.

Nuestros sentidos has de iluminar,
los corazones enamorar,
y nuestro cuerpo, presa de la tentación,
con tu fuerza continua has de afirmar.

1Das Pfingstereignis

Lejos al enemigo rechazad,
tu paz danos pronto, sin tardar,
y siendo tú nuestro buen guía y conductor,
evitemos así toda sombra de mal.

Concédenos al Padre conocer,
a Jesús, su Hijo comprender
y a ti, Espíritu de ambos por amor,
te creamos con ardiente y sólida fe.

Al Padre demos gloria, pues es Dios,
a su Hijo que resucitó,
y también al Espíritu Consolador
por todos los siglos de los siglos, honor.



Come Holy Spirit, creator, come

Come Holy Spirit, creator, come
from your bright heavenly throne,
come take possession of our souls
and make them all your own

You who are called Paraclete
blest gift of God above,
the living spring, the living fire,
sweet unction and true love.

You who are seven
fold in your grace,
finger of God’s right hand;
his promise, teaching little ones
to speak and understand.

O guide our minds
with your blest light,
with love our hearts inflame;
and with strength,
which never decays,
confirm our mortal frame.

Far from us drive our deadly foe;
true peace unto us bring;
and through all perils, lead us safe
beneath your sacred wing.

Through you may we the Father know;
through you the eternal Son,
and you the Spirit of them both,
thrice-blessed Three in One.

All glory to the Father be,
with his co-equal Son:
the same to you great Paraclete,
While endless ages run.




Komm, Heilger Geist, der Leben schafft – Text von Rabanus Maurus

Komm, Heilger Geist, der Leben schafft,
erfülle uns mit deiner Kraft.
Dein Schöpferwort rief uns zum Sein:
Nun hauch uns Gottes Odem ein.
Komm, Tröster, der die Herzen lenkt,
du Beistand, den der Vater schenkt;
aus dir strömt Leben, Licht und Glut,
du gibst uns Schwachen Kraft und Mut.

Dich sendet Gottes Allmacht aus
im Feuer und in Sturmes Braus;
du öffnest uns den stummen Mund
und machst der Welt die Wahrheit kund.

Entflamme Sinne und Gemüt,
dass Liebe unser Herz durchglüht
und unser schwaches Fleisch und Blut
in deiner Kraft das Gute tut.

Die Macht des Bösen banne weit,
schenk deinen Frieden allezeit.
Erhalte uns auf rechter Bahn,
dass Unheil uns nicht schaden kann.

Lass gläubig uns den Vater sehn,
sein Ebenbild, den Sohn verstehn
und dir vertraun, der uns durchdringt
und uns das Leben Gottes bringt.

Den Vater auf dem ewgen Thron
und seinen auferstandnen Sohn,
dich, Odem Gottes, Heilger Geist,
auf ewig Erd und Himmel preist.





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Since a few days the actual issue of the

ICDS prayer chain

is online and you can find it with the link above. It has a special “prayer of thanks” inside!

If you have a concern for that you think it’s a need to be prayed,
don’t hesitate to tell us with a comment or a prayer request!

Click here, if you have a request!

Let’s pray in common for our concerns.

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Read the Easter message of the ICDS General committee here.


O Lord,
Risen, alive and full of grace.
You paid such a price that we may live in freedom today.
We worship your holy name and give thanks for your redeeming grace.

Heavenly Father,
May we drink in your tender love so that we can pour this love out to others.
Come reign in our hearts, minds and spirits.

Holy Spirit,
We welcome you to blow through our every word, action and thought.
Come transform us on the inside so that each day we become more like our risen Lord.




Read here the letter to the units from our Vice – President
– topic:
Easter – thoughts: “Risen indeed … ?!”
Spanish: needs to be translated
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Since a few weeks the actual issue of the

ICDS prayer chain

is online and you can find it with the link above. It has a nice Fa. Jordan prayer inside!

If you have a concern for that you think it’s a need to be prayed,
don’t hesitate to tell us with a comment or a prayer request!

Click here, if you have a request!

Let’s pray in common for our concerns.

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How quick the time goes by … St. Valentine’s is on the calendar again. You know already that we started in the last years some communication impulse within the ICDS = Lay Salvatorians worldwide community. – Yes? – No?

However – the most of you know that people of many countries celebrate the feast of St. Valentine on February 14th. It’s often not a day of vacation but many persons give presents of love to others who are in their hearts. The legend behind you can read on Wikipedia in several languages.

Maybe someone will say now, St. Valentine’s is not a Salvatorian feast – that’s right, in the first view. But if you read in the lines of Fr. Jordans diary and also in his chapter speeches you will find something like that:

“Treat your neighbors with the same love as if he were Christ himself.”

And not at least with that

“Others will be attracted to join in our community,
if they see how love reigns here.”

the universal call to LOVE to your next and especially to the sisters and brothers within the own Salvatorian community is to recognize. Therfore feel invited to set a sign of mutual love on this day to your Lay Salvatorian sisters and brothers. The General Committee of the ICDS took this date to improve our worldwide communication. We invite all Lay Salvatorians and certainly all members of the Salvatorian family to participate in this action of brotherly/sisterly friendship and love.

What to do? – Send a short message to someone you know in the Salvatorian family. Or much better be to someone you have only an address, but do not be in constant contact – e.g. someone from another continent. Give a little “hello from …” and include in the message a line or verse of a psalm or a text you like – or maybe  a short prayer. If you want, you can include the picture of St. Valentine from this posting.

That all may discover and experience God’s love and the one whom you sent …

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