INTERNET PRAYER: LITHUANIAN

I am very pleased to announce that a kind reader sent a copy of the now famous and wides-spread Internet Prayer in a new language!

We now have Lithuanian!

The prayer was originally written in Latin.  It has now been translated into many languages. 

What would be wonderful is if native speakers of languages would also send audio recordings of the prayer being read.

 

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4 Responses to INTERNET PRAYER: LITHUANIAN

  1. Jane says:

    I will show the prayer to my husband who is Lithuanian.

  2. Robert Medonis says:

    Padek Dievui! So, I am not the only reader of Lithuanian heritage on this site!

  3. “What would be wonderful is it native speakers of languages would also send audio recordings of the prayer being read.”

    Reminds me of those “international” liturgies which we have i swear more often than “national” liturgies in our diocese. If only we had some sort of a universal language that could be used in those situations….

  4. Alex Sepkus says:

    Tegu buna pagarbintas Jezus Kristus!

    Someone has warmed my heart, Father, in these difficult times. Please pray for my employees.