Oremus pro Pontifice button

A friend here in NYC gave me one of the "Oremus pro Pontifice" small buttons!

About Fr. John Zuhlsdorf

Fr. Z is the guy who runs this blog. o{]:¬)
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  1. Elly says:

    Is oremus a command or a present tense verb (or something else?)


  2. Ulrich says:

    It’s conjunctive:
    Let us pray …

  3. blackshama says:

    Oremus in the old Mass and the new Mass means “Let us pray”

  4. pelerin says:

    There was an amusing story of King George VI (or perhaps King George V) who attended a Church service and was obviously not familiar with the liturgy. The Anglican Vicar intoned ‘Let us Pray’ and the King replied ‘By all means!’

  5. Gabriella says:

    It looks really smart on you! ;)

    They don’t sell those here in Rome :(

  6. irishgirl says:

    Fr. Z, that button looks really cool on you! ; )

    pelerin-that’s a funny story about King George…whatever his number!

  7. tioedong says:

    I added it as a button to the side of my blog..<img

    src=”http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_-dYEI8ndP5Y/S70rQFBhV-I/AAAAAAAAHgk/cgdsD6u-KqM/s200/5111pope703.jpg” width=124 height=143 alt=”ratz”

    but you need to add a left arrow img first then at the end left arrow forward slash a then right arrow…which the comment page won’t print for me…

  8. I added it to my sidebar as well. Thanks for organizing this, Father!

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