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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In the Roman Catholic Church, an antiphonal hymn to the Virgin Mary.


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  • Consequently, at the celebration of St. Leopold in the presence of the Emperor and Empress, the singing of the 'Salve Regina' fell to the lot of Michael, whose rendering so entranced his royal hearers that they presented the young chorister with a sum of twenty ducats.

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  • I'll be starting later tonight and joining in with 'Adoro te devote'; 'Veni Creator' 'Salve Regina' and Palestrina's 'Tu es Petrus'.


  • Mary, "so he began the" Salve Regina "and the proper collects, and this

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  • She has her own prayers: the Ave Maria, the Salve Regina, and the devotion of the Rosary.


  • "I liked how he compared the US Defense spending to Russia and China," was Salve Regina junior Emila Shosho's reaction.

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  • When we sang the Latin chant at Mass, there was a general response and a familarity with things like the Credo and Sanctus, as with the concept of Evening Prayer and the singing of the Salve Regina.


  • In January 1914, Shahan published the first issue of Salve Regina, a newsletter meant to stir enthusiasm for his project.

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  • As we drew near the shrine, we stopped in front of it, just by that door that you see above here, and sang the Salve Regina.

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  • We shall become aware, perhaps with some feeling of annoyance, that the ceremonies at the altar are no longer being carried out with the same words and gestures to which we were accustomed... - finish the allocution at Salve Regina

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  • The Carmelites, marched to the scaffold to be guillotined in accord with the will of the Assembly, sing Salve Regina as the blade falls on them, one-by-one.

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