Q: Can you confirm me that there is a new version of Adore Te Devote published by the Vatican already some years ago? Is this version compulsory? Most of the variations occur in the first two verses. This hymn is usually attributed to St.

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This is My Country The Country I Knew The country I grew up in was an idyllic place; people cared about each other, and even though we all had differences, they took a back seat to simply being human. Even more so, people got together to make sure Emergency Services could get to them more quickly if such a tragedy happened again, to anyone.

The country I grew up in had its problems, but those problems were not inflicted upon the children; things that belonged to the world of adulthood were relegated to adults, and those things that belonged to childhood were relegated to children, and the lines did not cross.

The country I grew up in was deeply Patriotic and flags flew from most homes, without harassment from anyone except the local neighborhood ragtag group of delinquents. Whom were always known to be from certain families and tolerated, still treated with respect and told where to go when they needed to be told where to go. They also knew they were under surveillance by pretty much everyone and that kept them in line until they got older, and then they went to California and did what they wanted to do and got murdered.

True story. The country I grew up in had respect for other countries and other beliefs, looked well upon people of good will and encouraged learning languages for the purpose of friendship and communication. Racism was not tolerated in my redneck corner of the world, and although it might have been a very "white" place, certain words were never used and we were taught to treat EVERYONE with respect, no matter how different they were.

That went for babies, people of few means, people with "mental retardation" one of whom actually helped me learn how to ride a bike , those of other races, and those who simply were mean old ladies who regarded everyone around her with suspicion. The country I grew up in had a spine; our past leaders spoke of "Walking softly but carrying a big stick. Not personally, not professionally, not in terms of sovereignty The country I grew up in respected Veterans, celebrated our Patriotism, knew our enemies and made no apologies about it.

The country I grew up in had good education that focused on the foundations of knowledge and prepared students for the real world in matters of reason, language, history, science, reading, music That education gave me a respect for my country and the ability to strive for more. The country I grew up in encouraged subsidiarity along with solidarity so that no one ever had to fight their battles alone, but could do so with their peers. The country I grew up in believed in the right to free speech, the right to religious observance, and the right to bear arms The country I live in now attacks religion except for Islam, which it idealizes, which even Muslims think is weird especially given what their terrorist factions have done to this country and the people of the world on our soil.

Not that they ever knew the person to begin with; and if the person involved was "religious" they are painted as a fanatic of some sort because "that kind of devotion is just not normal. The country I live in now actively works to remove the American flag from the homes of disabled Veterans who gave their hearts, souls, and limbs to protect the freedoms we no longer enjoy.

The country I live in now pampers delinquents and criminals while systematically disarming her legal, law-abiding citizens in the name of "public safety". The country I live in now looks to the worst decisions and practices of other countries and inflicts it through illegal means upon our sovereignty, against the will of We the People, bringing tyranny to our States while telling us we need to be "tolerant", all while refusing to tolerate our very foundations as a country and the right of the People to be heard, to overcome, and to be save in our homes from the tyranny of the government.

The country I live in now creates situations designed to bring division, instigated by the government, fueled by the biased media, and tolerates no dissent against enforced racism and political division. The country I live in now advocates the outright legally-imposed slaughter of the most innocent among us; unborn children.

Especially those belonging to minorities, evidenced by the fact Planned Parenthood abortion clinics are mostly found in neighborhoods with a high demographic of races who are not white, all planned by racist Gloria Steinem, and our government is still saying that this is a good idea and even with an African president, killing his own children, he is being adored.

This is the country I live in, killing her children in the name of The country I live in now pays those serving in the military so little that their families have to live on food stamps in spite of the fact they are serving our country with their very LIVES. The country I live in now sells weapons to terrorist nations to be used to murder Christians live on TV, like in Egypt and Syria, just for example.

I live in a country where maybe we can still get guns, but the ammo that makes them useful against home invaders? In Syria and Egypt. The country I live in has criminalized the People and has made us all an enemy of the State, simply for being Citizens of These United States. We the People may still be Citizens, and this may still be the Home of the Brave, but we are no longer the Land of the Free. Posted by.


Adoro te devote

Visus, tactus, gustus in te fallitur, Sed auditu solo tuto creditur. Plagas, sicut Thomas, non intueor: Deum tamen meum te confiteor. Fac me tibi semper magis credere, In te spem habere, te diligere. I devoutly adore you, hidden deity, Who are truly hidden beneath these appearances.


St. Thomas Aquinas - Adoro te devote

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Adoro Te Devote (latim)

Adoro Te devote, latens Deitas, Quae sub his figuris vere latitas: Tibi se cor meum totum subiicit, Quia te contemplans totum deficit. Visus, tactus, gustus in te fallitur, Sed auditu solo tuto creditur. Credo quidquid dixit Dei Filius: Nil hoc verbo Veritatis verius. In cruce latebat sola Deitas, At hic latet simul et humanitas; Ambo tamen credens atque confitens, Peto quod petivit latro paenitens. Plagas, sicut Thomas, non intueor; Deum tamen meum te confiteor. Fac me tibi semper magis credere, In te spem habere, te diligere.

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