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#1 Spudater

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Posted 10 June 2017 - 03:52 PM

Does anyone have a good link or mind typing them out quick? (Just the Our Father, Hail Mary, and Glory Be). I'm finding a couple different versions online and I want to make sure I have the right one. Thanks!

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Posted 12 June 2017 - 05:18 AM

These are the the authorized versions of the Notre Père and the Je vous salue Marie used by the Catholic Church in France today, from its website:

 

http://www.eglise.ca...214-notre-pere/

 

http://www.eglise.ca...us-salue-marie/

 

There are more archaic versions or slight variations in use by different denominations (and some older Catholics still use "vous" instead of "tu" in the Our Father, or "délivrez-nous des feux du Malin" instead of "délivre-nous du mal").

 

From memory, so double check this, the Glory Be I learned was like this: Gloire au Père, et au Fils, et au Saint-Esprit, comme il était au commencement, maintenant et toujours, pour les siècles des siècles.

 

Hope this helps. :-)


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Posted 12 June 2017 - 08:29 AM

These are the the authorized versions of the Notre Père and the Je vous salue Marie used by the Catholic Church in France today, from its website:

http://www.eglise.ca...214-notre-pere/

http://www.eglise.ca...us-salue-marie/

There are more archaic versions or slight variations in use by different denominations (and some older Catholics still use "vous" instead of "tu" in the Our Father, or "délivrez-nous des feux du Malin" instead of "délivre-nous du mal").

From memory, so double check this, the Glory Be I learned was like this: Gloire au Père, et au Fils, et au Saint-Esprit, comme il était au commencement, maintenant et toujours, pour les siècles des siècles.

Hope this helps. :-)


Thanks so much! :)
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