ora pro nobis


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ora pro nobis

(ˈɔːrɑː prəʊ ˈnəʊbɪs)
a Latin invocation meaning pray for us
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ora pro nobis

A Latin phrase meaning pray for us.
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astonished people, 'Ora pro nobis Deum, alleluia!' At the same time
, we responded, "Ora pro nobis." And when anyone close died and at their death anniversaries, Mom added the novena for the dead, in Spanish to which we intoned, "Ten misericordia por el alma de vuestro siervohellip.
Sancte Socrate, ora pro nobis! O primeiro numero da revista Archai, publicado em junho de 2008, iniciava exatamente com esta que era a oracao filosofica de Erasmo de Rotterdam.
In Ora Pro Nobis, Pray for Us, the lively friendship of a group of boys helps them survive their residential school years.
The University of Alberta theatre graduate directed Loyie's first play Ora Pro Nobis, Pray For Us, based on his years in residential school, a subject that was only just beginning to be talked about.
He first wrote a play, Ora Pro Nobis, Pray for Us, followed by a children's book called As Long as the Rivers Flow in 2002, which won several major awards and served as a subject opener for Loyie's classroom visits.
Meddai adroddiad Y Faner ar 15 Awst: "Nid wyf yn sicr pwy yw'r 'Ora Pro Nobis' a osodwyd yn flaenaf yng nghystadleuaeth y Goron, gan y Dr Peate; clywais mai merch o athrawes sy'n bur adnabyddus fel bardd a storydd ydyw, ond yr wyf yn dra chydnabyddus 'Rhyd y Croesau' a ddaeth yn gyntaf ym meirniadaeth y Parch David Jones."
The single bell dates from about 1500 and bears the inscription Sancta Maria Ora Pro Nobis. The screen opposite the pulpit was in Chirbury Abbey until the dissolution under Henry VIII.