Credo

A credo (pronounced ˈkɾeːdoː, Latin for `I Believe`) is a statement of religious belief, such as the Apostles` Creed. The term especially refers to the use of the Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed (or less often, the Apostles` Creed) in the Mass, either as text, Gregorian chant, or other musical settings of the Mass. ==History== After the fo...
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credo

third item of the Ordinary of the Mass.
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Credo

• (n.) The creed, as sung or read in the Roman Catholic church.
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Credo

(from the article `Gregorian chant`) ...recitation, i.e., using psalm tones, simple formulas for the intoned reciting of psalms, of early Glorias attests to their ancient origin. Later ...
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Credo

(from the article `Kuskova, Yekaterina Dmitriyevna`) Becoming involved in radical activities in the mid-1890s, Kuskova wrote the Credo, a manifesto for the revisionist Marxist school called economism, ...
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Credo

[card game] Credo is a strategy card game designed by Chris V. Gidlow, and first published by Chaosium in 1993. It is set in the early history of the Christian Church and focuses on how the Nicene Creed, its contents, and what would be seen as heresy were decided upon by a series of Ecumenical councils and the influence of the Roman Emperor...
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Credo

[Vivaldi] The Credo in E minor (RV 591) by Antonio Vivaldi is the only extant setting the composer wrote of the Nicene Creed. Another setting exists (RV 592) but is of dubious authenticity. == Settings == === RV 591 === RV 591 has four movements. In a style similar to his psalm setting of In exitu Israel (RV 604), the first movement adorns ...
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Credo

Cre'do noun [ Latin See Creed .] The creed, as sung or read in the Roman Catholic church. « He repeated Aves and Credos . Macaulay. »
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Credo

A section of the Mass
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credo

any system of principles or beliefs
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credo

any system of principles or beliefs
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credo

any system of principles or beliefs
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credo

concise statement of doctrine; section of Mass followed by offertory
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Credo

Credo 1. The Apostles' Creed or Nicene Creed, both of which are ancient statements of the basic doctrines of Christianity. 2. The first word of the Apostles' and Nicene Creeds, in Latin; hence in early times a common name for either of these creeds; now used chiefly for local or historical coloring, or as the name of a musical setting of the Nicene...
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credo

Latin, meaning: to believe / trust, commit / trust in, rely on/ think.
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credo

to believe / trust, commit / trust in, rely on / think.
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