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TITLE
Gaelic Prayers 11
EXTERNAL ID
GB1796_SINCLAIR_GAELICPRAYERS_11
PERIOD
1980s
CREATOR
unknown
SOURCE
Inverness Museum and Art Gallery
ASSET ID
1977
KEYWORDS
prayers
audio

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The breaking of the bread. Here the priest breaks the bread):

May the peace of the Lord be with you always. And with your spirit.
Beloved people, love each other for love comes from God. We are not bold enough to approach your holy altar, merciful God, and we trust in your own truth, but through your many great mercies we are not worthy to gather the crumbs from your table. But you are same Lord who is always merciful in his ways. Therefore, merciful Lord, grant that we may eat the flesh of your beloved son Jesus Christ, and that we may drink his blood so that our sinful bodies may be washed with his holy body, and so that our souls may be washed with his precious blood, and so that we may dwell in him for ever and he in us. Amen.

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Gaelic Prayers 11

1980s

prayers; audio

Inverness Museum and Art Gallery

Bill Sinclair Audio: Gaelic Prayers

The breaking of the bread. Here the priest breaks the bread):<br /> <br /> May the peace of the Lord be with you always. And with your spirit. <br /> Beloved people, love each other for love comes from God. We are not bold enough to approach your holy altar, merciful God, and we trust in your own truth, but through your many great mercies we are not worthy to gather the crumbs from your table. But you are same Lord who is always merciful in his ways. Therefore, merciful Lord, grant that we may eat the flesh of your beloved son Jesus Christ, and that we may drink his blood so that our sinful bodies may be washed with his holy body, and so that our souls may be washed with his precious blood, and so that we may dwell in him for ever and he in us. Amen.