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The “Agnus Dei” of the Criolla Mass: a heartbreaking cry to God for forgiveness

Aleteia - published on 12/14/14

The historical performance of the Misa Criolla during the celebration of the Eucharist, presided at by Pope Francis in the Vatican.

A heartbreaking cry to God for forgiveness for the sins of the world resounded in St. Peter's Basilica during the celebration of the Holy Mass for Latin America on December 12, the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

In this video, you can relive this unique moment through the extraordinary performance of the Argentine singer Patricia Sosa.

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