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It is also used by many other groups within the Catholic Hail Mary - The Whip Angels - Without You (File) of Christianity including AnglicansIndependent Catholicsand Old Catholics. Largely based on two phrases in the Gospel of Lukethe prayer takes different forms in various traditions. It has often been set to music. This was the normal greeting in the language in which Saint Luke's Gospel is written and continues to be used in the same sense in Modern Greek.
Accordingly, both "Hail" and "Rejoice" are valid English translations of the word "Hail" reflecting the Latin translation, and "Rejoice" reflecting the original Greek. The text also appears in the account of the annunciation contained in the apocryphal Infancy Gospel of Matthewin chapter 9. The second passage is taken from Elizabeth 's Butangoy (Chris Carrier Remix One) - Felipe Venegas & Andre Butano - Butangoy to 75 BPM - Fishgulish* - Drum Crazy Volume Two in Luke"Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb.
After considering the use of similar words in SyriacGreek and Latin in the 6th century, Herbert Thurstonwriting in the Catholic Encyclopedia concludes that "there is little or no trace of the Hail Mary as an accepted devotional formula before about ",  though Please Go - Golden Earrings* - Greatest Hits later pious tale attributed to Ildephonsus of Toledo fl.
All the evidence Cant Settle - Permanent - Sink that it took its rise from certain versicles and responsories occurring in the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Marywhich just at that time was coming into favour among the monastic orders.
Saint Thomas Aquinas spoke of the name "Mary" as the only word added at his time to the Biblical text, to indicate the person who was "full of grace. The Western version of the prayer is thus not derived from the Greek version: even the earliest Western forms have no trace of the Greek version's phrases: "Mother of God and Virgin" and "for thou hast given birth to the Saviour of our souls.
To the greeting and praise of Mary of which the prayer thus consisted, a petition "Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death.
The petition was commonly added around the time of the Council of Trent. The Dutch Jesuit St. Petrus Canisius is credited with adding in in his Catechism the sentence. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners. Eleven years later, the sentence was included in the Catechism of the Council of Trent of The catechism says that to the first part of the Hail Mary, by which "we Hail Mary - The Whip Angels - Without You (File) to God the highest praise and return Him most gracious thanks, because He has bestowed all His heavenly gifts on the most holy Virgin The current Latin version is thus as follows, with accents added to indicate how the prayer is said in the current ecclesiastical pronunciation of Latinas well as macrons to indicate the Classical vowel lengths:.
Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Because recitation of the Angelusa prayer within which the Hail Mary is recited three times, is usually accompanied by the ringing of the Angelus bell, words from the Ave Maria was often inscribed on bells.
The Hail Mary prayer of the Eastern Orthodox Church and Byzantine Rite Catholic Churches is similar to the first part of the Latin Church form, with the addition of a very brief opening phrase and a short concluding phrase. It is well known and often used, though not quite as frequently as in the Western Church.
It appears in several canons of prayer. It is typically sung thrice at the end of Vespers during an All-Night Vigiland occurs many times in the course of daily prayer. The Greek text, of which those in other languages are translations, is:. God-bearing Virgin, rejoice, grace-filled Mary, the Lord with thee. Praised thou among women, and praised the fruit of thy womb, because it was the Saviour of our souls that thou borest.
To the Biblical texts this adds the opening invocation "Theotokos Virgin", the name "Mary", and the concluding phrase "because it was the Saviour of our souls that thou borest".
Mother of God  and Virgin, Married With Children - Oasis - The Secret Life Of Arabia - Live, Mary full of grace, the Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, for thou hast given birth to the Saviour of our souls.
There exist two variant versions in Church Slavonic :. Bogoroditse Djevo, raduisya, Obradovannaya Marie, Gospodh s' toboyu. Blagoslovena tyh v' zhenach, Y blagosloven plod chreva Tvoego, Yako rodila esi Christa Spasa, Izbavitelya Hail Mary - The Whip Angels - Without You (File) nashim. Blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, for thou hast borne Christ the Saviour, the Deliverer of our souls. Bogoroditse Djevo, raduisya, Blagodatnaya Marie, Gospod s' toboyu: Blagoslovyena tyh v' zhenakh, Y blagoslovyen plod chreva Tvoyego, yako Spasa rodila yesi dush nashikh.
Blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, for thou hast borne the Saviour of our souls. The first is the older, and remains in use by the Old Believers as well as those who follow the Ruthenian recension among them the Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church and the Ruthenian Catholic Church.
There it appears with "with you" instead of the traditional "with thee", "are you" instead of the traditional "art thou" and "your womb" in place of the traditional "thy womb":. Hail, Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with you; blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death.
The Eastern Catholic Churches say a similar version. The Rosary consists traditionally of three sets of five Mysteries, each Mystery being meditated on while reciting a decade a set of ten of Ave Marias. The Ave Marias of the Rosary thus echo the psalms. The repetition of the fixed-language prayers assists recitation from the heart rather than the head. Pope Paul V said that "the Rosary is a treasure of graces Even for those souls who pray without meditating, the simple act of taking the beads in hand to pray is already a remembrance of God — of the supernatural".
Some Anglicans also employ the Hail Mary in devotional practice. Anglo-Catholic Anglicanism uses the prayer in much the same way as Roman Catholicsincluding use of the Rosary and the recitation of the Angelus.
Some Anglican churches contain statues of the Virgin Maryand the faithful use devotional prayers including the Hail Mary. Martin Luther believed that Mary should be held in highest reverence. Although he did not agree with Mary's veneration[ specify ] he did advocate the use of the first half of the Hail Mary that is, "Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou amongst women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.
Arguably the two most famous settings are:. Anton Bruckner wrote three different settings, the best known being a motet for seven voices.
Tresch and Ninel Samokhvalova. In Slavonic, the text was also a popular subject for setting to music by Eastern European composers. This text was also very often set by composers in the Renaissanceincluding Josquin des PrezOrlando di Lassoand Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. Before the Council of Trent there were actually different versions of the text, so the earlier composers in the period sometimes set versions of the Hail Mary - The Whip Angels - Without You (File) different from the ones shown above.
Josquin des Prezfor example, himself set more than one version of the Ave Maria. Here is the text of his motet Ave Maria Virgo serenawhich begins with the first six words above and continues with a poem in rhymed couplets. Ave Maria, gratia plena, Dominus tecum, Virgo serena. Ave cuius conceptio, Hail Mary - The Whip Angels - Without You (File) plena gaudio, celestia, terrestria, nova replet letitia.
Ave cuius nativitas, nostra fuit solemnitas, ut lucifer lux oriens verum solem preveniens. Ave pia humilitas, sine viro fecunditas, cuius annunciatio nostra fuit salvatio. Ave vera virginitas, immaculata castitas, cuius purificatio nostra fuit purgatio. Ave preclara omnibus angelicis virtutibus, cuius fuit assumptio nostra Hail Mary - The Whip Angels - Without You (File). O Mater Dei, memento mei. The much anthologized Ave Maria by Jacques Arcadelt is actually a 19th-century arrangement by Pierre-Louis Dietschloosely based on Arcadelt's three part madrigal Nous voyons que les hommes.
Even though Protestant Christianity generally avoids any special veneration of Maryaccess to the beautiful and culturally significant tradition of Marian music is facilitated by substitution texts. These texts are intended to replace the words of the standard "Ave Maria", preserving word boundaries and syllable Hail Mary - The Whip Angels - Without You (File), so that music written for the former text can be sung with the latter.
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