Learn the Short Prayer of the Priest who was the 1st Recorded Death of 9/11, Fr. Mychal Judge, who Died while Giving Last Rites to a Fire Fighter

It has been over 20 years since the tragedy of the 9/11 terrorists attacks in New York. The picture above is Fr. Mychal Judge, the fire department's chaplain who was the 1st recorded death on that fateful day. Fr. Judge was a Catholic priest and heroic chaplain of the New York City fire department.

On September 11th commercial jetliners hijacked by suicide jihadists crashed into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan, NY, USA. 
Fr. Mychal Judge, who belonged to the Franciscan order, was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on May 11, 1933. He joined the Franciscans in 1954, and was received into the Province at St. Bonaventure Friary in Paterson, N.J., and professed temporary vows the following year. Fr. Mychal professed solemn vows in 1958 and was ordained to the priesthood in 1961 in Washington, D.C.
He would go out to the parks, neighborhoods, and communities to speak to people and make sure they were doing well. He would also care for AIDS victims and minister to them.  “Even those who weren’t Catholic loved him,” said James Cassella, a former mayor of East Rutherford, New Jersey. “He didn’t care what your religion was. If you had a problem, he was there.” 
When he was struck in the head and killed, Fr. Judge was repeatedly praying out loud, "Jesus, please end this right now! God, please end this!", according to Judge's biographer and New York Daily News columnist Michael Daly.
On Sept. 11, 2001, Fr. Mychal died while administering Last Rites to New York City firefighters at the scene of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan. His official death certificate was No. 1 of thousands to be issued.
Fr. Mychal was 68 years old, a professed Franciscan for 46 years and a priest for 40 years.
Members of his province have distributed a prayer attributed to Mychal which he prayed every day. His brothers say that the prayer characterized his approach to all he did. The words of the prayer are “Lord, take me where you want me to go; let me meet who you want me to meet; tell me what you want me to say; and keep me out of your way.”