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Agnus Dei

Agnus Dei

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  • Dibar says:
    Agnus Dei, (Latin), English Lamb of God, designation of Jesus Christ in Christian liturgical usage. It is based on the saying of John the Baptist: “Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!” (John ).In the Roman Catholic liturgy the Agnus Dei is employed in the following text: “Lamb of God, who takest away the sins of the world, have mercy upon us!
  • Mazahn says:
    Nov 04,  · The Agnus Dei, like the Credo, was one of the last things to be added to the Mass Ordinary. The fifth item in the Mass, Agnus Dei comes from John and is often used during communion. Along with the Kyrie, Credo, Gloria, and Sanctus, this .
  • Daile says:
    Aug 07,  · Agnus Dei in American English (ˈæɡnəs ˈdiai, ˈdei, ˈɑːnjus ˈdei).
  • Arashibei says:
    "Agnus Dei" lyrics. Darlene Zschech Lyrics "Agnus Dei" You are holy Hallelujah Hallelujah For the Lord almighty reigns Hallelujah Hallelujah For the Lord God Almighty reigns Hallelujah Hallelujah For the Lord God Almighty reigns Holy, holy .
  • Moran says:
    Religious antique French catholic vermeil gold plated medal pendant charm medallion Agnus Dei the Lamb and Holy Christ Holy Communion. (5).
  • Fegrel says:
    Agnus Dei Chords - Michael W. Smith Worship Chords - Verse A D A A D A E7 A D A Allelu - ia, allelu - u - ia E A D A A For our Lord God Almighty reigns A D A A D A E7 A D A Allelu - ia, allelu - u - ia E A D A A For our Lord God Almighty reigns A D A E7 A D A.
  • Tujar says:
    An Agnus Dei (the name means, of course, "lamb of God," and is pronounced "ah-nyoos day-ee") is a round or oval wax disk impressed, most often, with the figure of a lamb, but sometimes with a flag, figure of a Saint, or the papal arms, etc.

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