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  1. Zubei
    Nov 04,  · The liturgical prayer known as the Agnus Dei is written in Latin. The words "Agnus Dei" translate into English as "Lamb of God" and it is a chant addressed to Christ. It is commonly used during Mass in the Roman Catholic Church and has been adapted into choral pieces by a number of history's best-known composers. The History of Agnus Dei.
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  2. Kagalabar
    2: an image of a lamb often with a halo and a banner and cross used as a symbol of Christ Illustration of Agnus Dei Agnus Dei 2 First Known Use of Agnus Dei.
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  3. Nikoll
    Agnus Dei - Lamb of God - Agnus Dei, quitollis peccata mundi: miserere Ave Maria - Hail Mary - Ave Maria, gratia plena, Dominus tecum. Benedicta Benedictio Mensae - Blessing Before and After Meals - Benedic, Domine, nos et haec tua dona quae de tua Doxologia Minor - Glory Be - Gloria Patri, et Filio, et Spiritui Sancto. Sicut.
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  4. Faudal
    Jan 02,  · The term Agnus Dei has become semi-technical in church history and liturgy and can refer to two things: 1. A figure of a lamb with a halo and bearing a cross or banner. This symbol for Christ is often found in church artwork and stained glass windows.
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  5. Akinotilar
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  6. Kazrajinn
    Agnus Dei Stained glass window portraying the Lamb of God (Agnus Dei) carrying a banner, Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola, Chestnut Hill, Mass., U.S. John Workman The name is also applied to figures of Christ as the Lamb of God, especially to waxen disks impressed with this figure and blessed by the pope.
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  7. Grohn
    This votive image was wide-spread in seventeenth-century Spain. It represents an Agnus Dei or “Lamb of God”, in allusion to Christ's sacrificial death to save humanity. The straightforward composition consists exclusively of an image of the young animal with its legs bound, lying on a windowsill and brightly light by a single light source.
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  8. Mazushicage
    No trace of the Agnus Dei is found in the Roman Mass of the Missal of Bobbio, or in that of Stowe; nor is it found in the Mozarabic, the Gelasian, or Ambrosian (except in Ambrosian Requiem Masses, where it occurs with triple invocation, as in the Roman Missal, but adds to the third invocation the words "et locum indulgentiae cum sanctis tuis in gloria").
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