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At Noon today, Pope Francis gathered with "all the Christians of the world, to pray together the Our Father

Begging "mercy for mankind, so sorely tried by the coronavirus covid-19 pandemic"
Caroline03
What language is the last line of this prayer in? He didn't say "sed libera nos a malo"
Is the final line erroneously spoken in Italian?

Does anyone know?

God Bless everyone on here. Our Lady Protect ALL who have recourse to THEE! Amen.
Ultraviolet
Well... now we know why the darn virus just won't go away. :P :D :P
Caroline03
@Ultraviolet Did he recite part of the last line in Italian? What does " Liberache a malo" - his preferred text to the customary "sed libera nos a malo" mean? It took watching/reciting this communal prayer 3 times to notice he didn't say what the Latin subtitles said he did. We hear what we are expecting to hear

Maybe he should wear his glasses next time OR recite the "Pater Noster" a few more …More
@Ultraviolet Did he recite part of the last line in Italian? What does " Liberache a malo" - his preferred text to the customary "sed libera nos a malo" mean? It took watching/reciting this communal prayer 3 times to notice he didn't say what the Latin subtitles said he did. We hear what we are expecting to hear

Maybe he should wear his glasses next time OR recite the "Pater Noster" a few more times in Latin so there are no more mistakes. He maybe hasn't recited it in Latin for a long time and the sheet's too far away.

Or simply GO BACK TO RECITING EVERYTHING IN LATIN so there are no more errors!

Christ seemed to refer to this Babble of different mother tongues within this modern day movement in a remark He made to Blessed Anne Emmerich when showing her the results of the false Church of Rome . As He showed her a vision He remarked. "This is Babel!"

thewildvoice.org/end-time-prophecies/
Tesa
Interesting, after addressing the camera with the intentions of this prayer, Franics turns his back to the camera, faces East to pray the Our Father in Latin.