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Kyrie! Eleison! Pater de coelis Deus

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1 Kyrie!
2 Eleison!
1 Christe!
2 Eleison!
1 Kyrie!
2 Eleison!
1 Christe!
2 Exaudi nos!

1 Pater de coelis Deus
Fili redemptor mundi Deus
Spiritus sancte Deus
2 Miserere nobis.

1 Propitius esto
2 Parce nobis Dominus.

1 Propitius esto
2 Libera nos Domine.

1 Ab omni peccato,
Ab omni erore,
Ab omni malo
2 Libera nost Domine.

1 Ab iunsidiis Diaboli
A subitanea et inprovisa morte,
a peste et fame
A bello et caede
A seditione et wimultate,
A fulgure et tempestatibus,
A morte perpetua
2 Libera nos Domine.

1 Per mysterium sanctae incarnationis tuae
Per sanctam nativitatem tuam,
Per baptismum jejunium et tentationes tuas,
Per agonima et sudorem tuum sanguineum,
Per crucem et passionem tuam,
Per mortem et sepulturam tuam
2 Libera nos Domine.

1 Per resurrectionem et ascensionem tuam,
Per adventum Spiritus sancti Paracleti,
In omni tempore tribulationes nostrae,
In omni tempore felicitatis nostrae
2 Libera nos Domine.

1 In hora mortis,
I die judicii
@ Libera nos Domine.

1 Peccatores
2 Te rogamus, exaudi nos.

1 Unt ecclesiam tuam sanctam catholicam regere et gubernare dignoris.
Ut nos a blasphemiis, libidinibus et homicidiis Turcarum et Papae liberare digneris.
Ut cunctos Episcopos, Pastores et Ministros Ecclesiae in sano verbo et cancta vita servare digneris.
Ut sectas et omnia scandala tollere digneris.
Ut errantes et seductos reducere in viam veritatis dgineris.
Ut Satanam sub pedibus nostris conterere digneris.
Ut operarios fideles in messem tuam mittere digneris.
Ut incrementum verbi et fructum spiritus cuncits audientibus donare digneris.
Ut lapsos erigere et stantes confortare digneris.
Ut pusillanimos et tentatos consolari et adjuvare digneris.
2 Te rogamus, exaudi nos.

1 Ut regibus et principibus cunctis pacem et concordiam donare digneris.
Ut magistratui et plebi nostrae benedicere et costodire digneris.
Ut afflictos et periclitantes respicere et salvare digneris.
2 Te rodamus, exaudi nos.

1 Ut pregnantibus et lactentibus felicem partum et incrementum largiri gigneris
Ut infantes et regros fovere et custodire digneris.
Ut captivos liberare digneris.
Ut puillas et viduas protegere et provider digneris.
Ut cunctis hominibus misereri digneris.
2 Te rogamus, exaudi nos.

1 Ut hostibus, persecutoribus et calumniatoribus nostris egnoscere et eso conveiere digneris.
Ut fruges terrae dare et conservare digneris.
Ut nos exaudire digneris.
2 Te rogamus, exaudi nos.

1 Agne Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi
2 Misirere nobis
1 Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi
1 Miserer nobis
1 Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi
2 Dona nobis pacem.

1 Christ!
2 Exaudi nos1
1 Kyrie!
2 Eleison!
1 Christe!
2 Eleison!

Uterque Chrous:
Kyrie! Eleison! Amen.

Source: Evangelisch-Lutherisches Gesang-Buch: worin die gebräuchlichsten alten Kirchen-Lieder Dr. M.Lutheri und anderer reinen lehrer und zeugen Gottes, zur Befoederung der wahren ... (2. verm. Aus.) #277


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