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the prayer that Christ gave his disciples in the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 6:9-13)

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The omission of these lines is appropriate to the context here, since in D the sequence succeeds not a series of short texts, but a single text, 'The Pater Noster of Richard Ermyte', a long and detailed prose exposition of the Pater Noster addressed to a nun.
6 It may be noted that there is a very full treatment of the Pater Noster in Robert of Bridlington's Colloquium in MS Oxford, Bodleian Library, lat.
The more intricate Pater Noster,by Albert de Klerk, caused some difficulties of ensemble and pitch,but the choir found its form in a lyrical setting of We are the Music Makers,by Victor C.
30am Sung Eucharist & Commemoration of Dr Samuel Johnson, Mass for four voices - Byrd, To Christ, the Prince of Peace - Lloyd, Pater noster - Stravinsky.
So, at the conference one heard the congregation sing parts of the Mass such as the Kyrie, Sanctus, Pater Noster, Great Amen, Agnus Dei, and the beautiful Gloria and Credo from the "Missa de Angelis".
As a preliminary strategy, Luis de Granada recommended that one recite the Pater Noster or the Ave Maria, giving the rational faculty of the mind an opportunity to become aware of the burgeoning power of rage.
He reminds us that a little haven of the Welsh language survives in Gweddi'r Arglwydd (the Lord's Prayer), installed on a wall in the Pater Noster church that was part of Arab Jerusalem until annexed by Israel in 1967.
A video has also been made for one of the 11 tracks, Pater Noster.
AElfric's second Midlent Sunday Homily and the presentation of the letters S and T in the Pater Noster section of Solomon and Saturn are the only substantive pieces of evidence adduced.
30am Sung Eucharist, Darke in F, Jubilate in B flat - Stanford, Pater noster - Stravinsky.
According to Lewine, these initiation rituals are also reflected in the chapel decorations through an emphasis on baptism and communion, the transmission and repetition of the Apostolic Creed and Pater Noster, and the supersession of the Old Testament by the New.
Jacob Handl's Pater noster with a beautiful opening from the men's voices, and angelic spiralling responses from the ladies and a triumphant flowing Amen from the whole choice provided a notable highlight.
He counts as one of the paper's greatest achievements the stimulus it provided Richard Hughes to attain a tablet bearing the Lord's Prayer in Welsh in the Pater Noster Church on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.
The second day should be devoted to the Mount of Olives (Place of the Ascension, Church of Pater Noster, Church of Dominus Flevit); Gethsemane (Church of the Agony, aka Church of All Nations, Tomb of the Virgin, Church of Mary Magdalene, and Kidron Valley) and the Temple Area.
It was but only proper and instructive to start our tour of Mount Olives by visiting the Church of the Pater Noster, the Roman Catholic church and Carmelite monastery on French possession (again the multilayered history of Jerusalem) that used to be known as the Church of the Eloana, the latter being Greek for 'olive grove.