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Paul sets forth a problem , when we pray by the spirit (tongues) our understanding (minds) are unfruitful (producing no fruit, doing nothing) what is it then KJV (what shall we do) pray with (by) the spirit (tongues) and with our minds (greek word nous) also (together, in conjunction) this solves this problem, you pray in tongues at the same time with your ...


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The origin of this particular form is the Institutio Generalis Missalis Romani (General Instruction of the Roman Missal), the document "governing the celebration of Mass of the ordinary form of the Roman Rite of the Catholic Church since 1969." (1) Here's the English translation from the latest edition of said document: After the collect, all sit. ...


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"Thanks be to God" is, in its Latin form "Deo gratias", used after the epistle reading in the traditional Catholic (Latin) mass, which was codified by Pope St. Pius V in the 16th century, but which actually goes back much farther. I'm not sure how much older this particular usage is, but I wouldn't be surprised if it went back another thousand years or so. ...



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