Mary, Mother of God

Salve Regina

The “Salve Regina” / “Hail Holy Queen” prayer was originally composed in Latin during the Middle Ages. This liturgical chant has been sung in monasteries for over 1,000 years! To this day, the Mother of Jesus, who is also our Mother, is called for her intercession with this prayer.
The name of the chant is taken from the first words of the Latin version.Read More »

Feature Angelus

Angelus

The “Angelus” prayer is one of the main Catholic devotions, prayed three times a day. Around the globe, the Angelus bell is being ringed at 6.00 am, noon, and 6.00 pm by the Catholic churches to remind everyone to participate in the world wide praying of the Angelus.
The devotion commemorates the mystery of the incarnation of God; it is also a shortened confession of faith. Its name is derived from the first words of the prayer in Latin (“Angelus Domini nuntiavit Mariæ”).Read More »