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Saint Botulph
Blessed Holy Spirit, Saint Botulph is the patron saint of Boston, because he founded a monastery in the old country in a place that came to be called "Botulph's town" or "Botolphston" and this later was shortened to "Boston". He was widely known as being blessed with Your grace. I ask him to pray for all the residents of Boston, as well as the people of the place where I live. Inspire us, O Lord, and fill our homes with Your presence, so that our city may be protected from evil. Send in a legion of holy angels to guard and to guide the leaders, the Christians, and the needy. Saint Botulph, pray for us. Amen.
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