The Oath of St. Boniface
Here is the oath that St. Boniface took.  I am adapting it  and taking it as my own.

In the name of God and of our Saviour Jesus Christ.

I, Jayne, by the grace of God a Catholic laywoman, promise to you, blessed Peter, chief of the Apostles, and to your vicar, the blessed Pope Francis, and to his successors, in the name of the indivisible Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Ghost, and on thy most sacred body, that I will uphold the faith and purity of holy Catholic teaching and will persevere in the unity of the same faith in which beyond a doubt the whole salvation of a Christian lies. I will not agree to anything  which is opposed to the unity of the Universal Church, no matter who  may try to persuade me, but in all things I will show, as I have said, complete loyalty to you and to the welfare of your Church on which, in the person of your vicar and his successors, the power to bind and loose has been conferred.

I have taken this oath in the presence of God, my Witness and my Judge: I pledge myself to keep it.

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