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Tagalog Prayers?

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Tagalog prayers are those that are spoken in the native language of the Philippines. Some examples of Tagalog prayers would be the versions of the 'Our Father', and 'Hail Mary'. For example, 'Our Father' would be 'Ama Namin', while 'Hail Mary' would be 'Aba Ginoong Maria'.
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Tagalog translation of opening prayer: Panimulang panalangin.
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there are prayers before and after meals (sorry I don't recall the exact name) I know the words of the prayer but not its name. Panalanging sa Mahal na Poon Santo Ninyo. Source(s)
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The Hail Mary The Angelus (Latin for Angel) is a Christian devotion in memory of the Incarnation. The name Angelus is derived from the opening words: Angelus Domini nuntiavit Mari
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Tagalog translation of opening prayer: Panimulang panalangin. ...
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