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  1. Agnus dei by Nova Schola Gregoriana with YouTube, Spotify, Deezer, Vimeo & SoundCloud. Stream more from Nova Schola Gregoriana and connect with fans to discover new music.
  2. Agnus Dei is the Latin name under which the " Lamb of God " is honoured within the Roman Catholic Mass and, by extension, other Christian liturgies descending from the Latin tradition. It is the name given to a specific prayer that occurs in these liturgies, and is the name given to the music pieces that accompany the text of this prayer.
  3. Opus Dei, formally known as the Prelature of the Holy Cross and Opus Dei (Latin: Praelatura Sanctae Crucis et Operis Dei), is an institution of the Catholic Church which teaches that everyone is called to holiness and that ordinary life is a path to sanctity. The majority of its membership are lay people; the remainder are secular priests under the governance of a prelate elected by specific.
  4. VI Agnus Dei, Misa Azteca by Joseph Julian Gonzalez published on TZ Misa Azteca is a staged, concert piece for orchestra, choir, soloists and pre-Columbian percussion ensemble.
  5. Agnus Dei (Lamb of God) Pieces. An Agnus Dei is a round or oval wax disk impressed with a lamb on one side and figures of saints or the pope on the other side.. They were created by melting the wax of the previous year’s Easter candles from the churches in Rome. Chrism oil was then added to .
  6. The Agnus Dei sacramental is one of the Church's strongest sacramental which can only be blessed by a pope. This great consecration of Agnus Deis take place only in the first year of each pontificate and every seventh year afterwards.
  7. Agnus Dei (" Lamb of God "). Until the revision of the Roman Missal, the Agnus Dei was modified for Requiem Masses, and prayed not miserere nobis (have mercy on us) and dona nobis pacem (grant us peace), but dona eis requiem (grant them rest) and dona .
  8. Agnus Dei is the Latin name under which the " Lamb of God " is honoured within the Roman Catholic Mass and, by extension, other Christian liturgies descending from the Latin tradition. It is the name given to a specific prayer that occurs in these liturgies, and is the name given to the music pieces that accompany the text of this prayer.

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