PRAY the Powerful Prayer before a Crucifix to Gain a Plenary Indulgence in Lent which Dates back to 1205 AD

The prayer before a crucifix is an historical prayer to honor Jesus on the Cross. It is commonly said after Communion or after Mass. The faithful receive a partial indulgence if they recite the prayer after Communion before a crucifix. On the Fridays of Lent, the Raccolta notes that a plenary indulgence can be obtained under the usual conditions. The original prayer is said to have been composed in 1205 and is commonly ascribed to Francis of Assisi while at San Damiano. The prayer is similar to the biblical Psalm 22:17-18; it may also contain imagery of the opening prayer for the Eucharistic liturgy.
FULL TEXT of the Prayer before a Crucifix :   
Look down upon me, good and gentle Jesus, while before Thy face I humbly kneel and, with burning soul, pray and beseech Thee to fix deep in my heart lively sentiments of faith, hope and charity; true contrition for my sins, and a firm purpose of amendment. While I contemplate, with great love and tender pity, Thy five most precious wounds, pondering over them within me and calling to mind the words which David, Thy prophet, said of Thee, my Jesus: "They have pierced My hands and My feet, they have numbered all My bones." Amen.
An Our Father, Hail Mary and Glory Be, accompanies the prayer, for the Holy Father in order to gain the indulgence.
Plenary Indulgence on all Fridays of Lent under the usual conditions
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