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Pieta prayer booklet

The Pieta prayer booklet is a book of Roman Catholic prayers.[1] The prayers in this collection date back to the 18th century.

Most of the prayers were first published in Toulouse, France in 1740 and over time gathered a strong following. Pope Pius IX learned of them almost a century later, and approved them in 1862.

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  • The Pieta prayer booklet ASIN B002GRSQ6U
  • Amazon books [2]

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