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The Lord's Prayer (Padre nuestro)

Your kingdom come, Your will be done (Venga nos tu reino)

Translator (Spanish): Carlos Rosas; Adapter (English): Dean McIntyre
Tune: PADRE NUESTRO (Rosas)
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Translator (Spanish): Carlos Rosas

Carlos Rosas is a pioneer and expert in Hispanic liturgical music, utilizing the popular rhythms of the music of Mexico for his compositions. Carlos was born in Linares, Nuevo León, Mexico, where he began his studies in music and liturgy at the age of 12. Two experiences inspire Carlos’s music: biblical reflection and liturgical celebration. “The two go together,” he says, “feeding and enhancing one another.” He has served as liturgy coordinator and composer in residence at the Mexican American Cultural Center (MACC) and choir director at San Fernando Cathedral in San Antonio, Texas. He was also coordinator of base Christian communities for the Diocese of Phoenix, director of Hispanic ministry for the Diocese of Baker in Be… Go to person page >

Adapter (English): Dean McIntyre

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Text Information

First Line: Your kingdom come, Your will be done (Venga nos tu reino)
Title: The Lord's Prayer (Padre nuestro)
Translator (Spanish): Carlos Rosas
Adapter (English): Dean McIntyre
Meter: Irregular with refrain
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: Our Father, Father in heaven (Padre nuestro, que estás en el cielo)
Copyright: Spanish trans. © 1976 Oregon Catholic Press; English adaptation © 2001 The General Board of Discipleship of The United Methodist Church

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