DONA NOBIS PACHEM
"Dona nobis pacem" (Ecclesiastical Latin: [ˈdona ˈnobis ˈpatʃem]) is a song with Latin text, often sung as a canon or round (where each section starts with a new voice). The words, which mean "Grant us peace", come from a portion of the Agnus Dei sung during the Catholic Mass. It is the invocation to the Lamb of God to have mercy and grant peace to the worshipers. It is said to have been introduced into the Mass by Pope Sergius I in 687, and is the last phrase of the Latin form:Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi, dona nobis pacem.
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