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To: Heart-Rest; NYer; Salvation
The next time you feel moved to pray for the intentions of Pope Francis in the traditional manner by praying an "Our Father", "Hail Mary", and "Glory Be", you might find one of the following sacred hymns found on "youtube" from various languages and traditions to be helpful as an inspiration, accompaniment, or meditative followup to your prayers.   (Please add any other sacred music links you discover which you believe might also be appropriate for this purpose, to pray in song for Pope Francis and his holy intentions.)

(DISCLAIMER: I don't pretend to understand all of these languages in these prayer-songs which I found by searching in "youtube". They all seem like beautiful sacred music that reflects what they're called on youtube, but if somebody who knows these languages finds that I've inadvertently included something here that is not really appropriate for this kind of post, please let the Moderater know to have that link removed. Thanks.)

The Lord's Prayer (Musical "Our Fathers")
The Lord's Prayer (in Aramaic) (1)
The Lord's Prayer (in Aramaic) (2)
Pater Noster - Gregorian Chant
The Lord's Prayer (Our Father) - Moscow Boys Choir
The Lord's Prayer - Male Choir of St. Petersburg
The Lord's Prayer - Jackie Evancho
The Our Father - Russian Orthodox Chant
The Lord's Prayer (Our Father) - Andrea Bocelli and The Mormon Tabernacle Choir
The Lord's Prayer - Berezovsky - Liturgy 7
Musical "Hail Marys" (plus)
Ave Maria - Renata Tebaldi
Ave Maria - Andy Williams
Ave Maria - Bulgarian's Children Choir
Ave Maria - Luciano Pavarotti
Ave Maria - Fantasia Choir
Hail Mary - Gentle Woman (1)
Hail Mary - Gentle Woman (2)
Russian Orthodox Church Music
Ave Maria
Musical "Glory Be"
Glory be to the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit - Rachmaninov - Liturgy Op. 31-20
Gloria Patri - Gregorian Chant
Gloria Patri (Glory Be to the Father) By Palestrina - The Salt Lake Children's Choir
The Twenty-four Glory Be to the Fathers - Novena of St. Therese
Gloria Patri
Gloria Patri - Towards Light
Glory be to the Father - Berezovsky - Liturgy 1

(And, just as a quick added bonus, our Assistant Pastor - who celebrated Mass today - is from Nigeria, and he told us that the patron saint of Nigeria is St. Patrick. With that in mind, Happy St. Patrick's Day to everyone!)

Please enjoy this song too! ===>   When Irish Eyes are Smiling - Bing Crosby (1939)

2 posted on 03/17/2013 3:54:28 PM PDT by Heart-Rest ("Sing to the Lord a new song; sing to the Lord, all the earth!" Psalm 96:1)
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To: Heart-Rest
Very beautiful (and nice chart too). Thank you! In confession this week, the priest told me my penance, and said to pray it for Pope Francis. And at the same parish but with a different confessional priest, I was told to pray my penance for the little kids in hospitals. I thought that was touching instruction.
5 posted on 03/17/2013 5:17:18 PM PDT by mlizzy (If people spent an hour a week in Eucharistic adoration, abortion would be ended. --Mother Teresa)
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To: Heart-Rest

Yes, and St. Patrick was neither born Irish, nor is he a canonized saint. Actually, he is more Protestant than Catholic.

Carry on...

6 posted on 03/17/2013 5:18:44 PM PDT by madison10
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