St Francis is mentioned in the full text, he is grouped with other founders of Catholic Orders each with their own distinctive spirituality including St Dominic, St Benedict and St Anthony as holy Priests, Monks and Hermits. Elizabeth is a member of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham. She has had an interest in Franciscan Spirituality for over 20 years. View all posts.
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Kyrie, eleison. Christe, eleison. Christe, audi nos. Christ, hear us. Christe, exaudi nos. Christ, graciously hear us. Pater de caelis Deus, R. God, the Father of heaven, R. Fili Redemptor mundi Deus, R.
God, the Son, the Redeemer of the world, R. Spiritus Sancte Deus, R. God, the Holy Spirit, R. Sancta Trinitas, unus Deus, R. Holy Trinity, one God, R. Holy Mary, R. Sancta Dei Genetrix, R. Holy Mother of God, R. Sancta Virgo virginum, R. Holy Virgin of virgins, R. Sancte Michael, R. Saint Michael, R. Sancte Gabriel, R. Saint Gabriel, R. Sancte Raphael, R. Saint Raphael, R. Omnes sancti Angeli et Archangeli, R.
All ye holy Angels and Archangels, R. Omnes sancti beatorum Spirituum ordines, R. All ye holy orders of blessed Spirits, R. Saint John the Baptist, R. Sancte Ioseph, R. Saint Joseph, R. Omnes sancti Patriarchae et Prophetae, R. All you holy Patriarchs and Prophets, R. Saint Peter, R. Sancte Paule, R. Saint Paul, R. Sancte Andrea, R. Saint Andrew, R. Sancte Iacobe maior , R. Saint James, the greater R. Sancte Ioannes, R. Saint John, R. Sancte Thoma, R. Saint Thomas, R.
Sancte Iacobe minor , R. Saint James, the lesser R. Sancte Philippe, R. Saint Phillip, R. Sancte Bartolomaee, R. Saint Bartholomew, R. Sancte Matthaee, R. Saint Matthew, R. Sancte Simon, R. Saint Simon, R. Sancte Thaddaee, R. Saint Thaddeus, R. Sancte Matthia, R. Saint Matthias, R. Sancte Barnaba, R. Saint Barnabas, R. Sancte Luca, R. Saint Luke, R. Sancte Marce, R. Saint Mark, R. Omnes sancti Apostoli et Evangelistae, R. All ye holy Apostles and Evangelists R.
Omnes sancti discipuli Domini, R. All ye holy Disciples of the Lord, R. All ye holy Innocents, R. Sancte Stephane, R. Saint Stephen, R. Saint Lawrence, R. Sancte Vincenti, R. Saint Vincent, R. Sancti Fabiane et Sebastiane, R. Saints Fabian and Sebastian, R. Sancti Ioannes et Paule, R. Saints John and Paul, R. Sancti Cosma et Damiane, R. Saints Cosmas and Damian, R. Sancti Gervasi et Protasi, R. Saints Gervase and Protase, R.
All ye holy Martyrs, R. Saint Sylvester, R. Saint Gregory, R. Sancte Ambrosi, R. Saint Ambrose, R. Sancte Augustine, R. Saint Augustine, R. Sancte Hieronyme, R. Saint Jerome, R. Saint Martin, R. Sancte Nicolae, R. Saint Nicholas, R. All ye holy Popes and Cofessors R. Omnes sancti Doctores, R. All ye Holy Doctors, R. Saint Anthony, R.
The Litany of the Saints as sung in Rome on April 4, 2005
Kyrie, eleison. Christe, eleison. Christe, audi nos. Christ, hear us. Christe, exaudi nos. Christ, graciously hear us.
Litany of the Saints
It is a prayer to the Triune God , which also includes invocations for the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary , the Angels and all the martyrs and saints upon whom Christianity was founded, and those recognised as saints through the subsequent history of the church. Following the invocation of the saints, the Litany concludes with a series of supplications to God to hear the prayers of the worshippers. The litany is published in five sections. The first contains a short series of invocations of God, beginning with a threefold Kyrie , followed by invocations of God the Father of Heaven, the Son who redeemed the world, the Holy Spirit , and the Holy Trinity. The second section lists the saints who are to be included, given in the following order. Within each category, men are listed in chronological order, followed by women, also in chronological order. Distinctive names are given in brackets so the cantor knows which saint is intended, but a directive notes that the bracketed names may be omitted when the Latin is sung.
All Saints’ Day – Litaniae Sanctorum
A litany, from the Latin litania , in turn from the Greek lite , meaning prayer or supplication, is structured as a series of short invocations with a common theme. The model for litanies is Psalm which is, for the most part, a recasting of Psalm in the litany format. In the psalm, a large part is comprised of a listing of various actions the Lord has taken. It serves as praise for the Lord's actions from Genesis to the then current state of Israel's history. For each line of the psalm, there is a repeated ending: "God's love endures forever" as used in the New American Bible; in other translations: "for his mercy endures forever". Among the listed actions, the psalm notes that God "has done great wonders, skillfully made the heavens, spread the earth upon the waters, made the great lights…struck down the firstborn of Egypt, led Israel from their midst…swept Pharaoh and his army into the Red Sea, led the people through the desert, struck down great kings…freed us from our foes, and gives food to all flesh.