The world of the Rosary with the Order of Preachers
Nna Anyi no ne elu igwe,
otito diri Aha Gi.
Ka ochichi Gi bia.
Ka emee uche gin a uwa.
Etu esi eme ya na elu igwe.
Nye anyi nri taa. Nri nke ubochi anyi.
Gbaghara anyi mmehie anyi etu anyi
si gbaghara ndi mehere anyi.
Etinye kwala anyi na ihe onwunwo
ma zoputa anyi na ajo ihe.
Our Father in other languages
Article written by fr. Isaiah Mary Molano, OP, Promoter of the Rosary for the Province of the Most Holy Name of Jesus (Western Dominican Province - USA).
Now, according to my history professors, this is how it would work in many Medieval villages in Europe. The monks or nuns at the monasteries would toll the bell, telling their communities that was time for Office. The community would gather in the choir, and some lay people would gather in the main nave at various times of the day.
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