코로나바이러스 극복을 위한 기도 (A Coronavirus Prayer)

A woman wearing a mask prays during Ash Wednesday Mass at St. Joseph Cathedral in Hanoi, Vietnam, Feb. 26, 2020, amid the coronavirus outbreak. (CNS photo/Kham, Reuters)

A Coronavirus Prayer - In English
Una Oracion por el Coronavirus - En Español
Una Preghiera per il Coronavirus - In Italiano
Une prière pour le coronavirus - En Français
《为冠状病毒疫情祷告》- In Chinese

주 예수 그리스도님,
당신은 “모든 병과 질병을 치유하시면서” 도시와 마을을 여행 하셨습니다.
당신의 말씀에 따라, 모든 병자는 치유를 받았습니다.
주님, 우리를 지금 구하소서!
코로나 바이러스가 전 세계적으로 확산 되고 있는 가운데 ,
우리가 주님 치유의 사랑을 체험할 수 있도록 도와주소서.

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주님, 바이러스에 걸린 사람들을 치료하여 주시고,
양질의 의료 서비스를 통해 힘과 건강을 되찾게 하여 주소서.

주님, 국가들과 이웃 간에 서로 협력하고
무서움과 두려움에 빠지지 않게 우리를 치유해 주소서.

주님, 국경을 초월하여 발생하는 이 질병을 우리의 힘으로 이길 수 있다는
우리의 교만을 치유하여 주소서.

이 불확실성과 슬픔의 시기에 모든 사람을 치유하시는 예수 그리스도님,
우리와 함께 하소서.

바이러스로 사망한 사람들과 함께 하시고
그들이 주님의 영원한 평화안에서 안식하게 하소서.

주님, 질병과 절망으로 염려하고 슬퍼하는 사람들을 보호하시고
병자와 죽음으로 인해 고통 받는 모든 가족들과 함께 하시어
그들이 주님의 평화를 얻게 하소서.

주님, 질병에 걸린 자들의 치유를 위해 위험을 무릎서고 수고하는 의사,
간호사, 연구자 및 모든 의료 전문가와 함께 하소서.
그들이 주님의 보호와 평화를 얻게 하소서.

주님, 모든 국가의 지도자와 함께 하소서. 그들이 섬기고자 하는 사람들에 대한
복지와 진정한 관심과 사랑으로 행하는 예지를 주소서.

그들에게 미래의 발생에 대비하며 사전에 예방할 수 있는
장기적 해결책을 위한 투자를 할 수 있게 지혜를 주소서.
그들이 이 세상에서 그것을 달성하기위해 함께 일할 때 주님의 평화를 얻게 하소서.

우리가 집에 있든 해외에 있든, 이 질병으로 고통 받는 많은 사람들에게 둘러싸여 있든, 예수 그리
스도님, 우리가 인내하고 애통해하고 견디며 준비할 때 우리와 함께 하소서. 주님, 우리가 염려하는 대신에 주님의 평화를 주소서.

예수 그리스도님, 우리를 치유해 주소서. 아멘.

(번역: 이상윤 앤드류 신부 – Translation by Fr. Andrew Lee)

The Rev. Andrew Lee is parish priest of the Church of England. He serves the communities at St. Hugh’s, Eyres Monsell, and St. James, Huncotein, in the Diocese of Leicester in the United Kingdom.

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