Beata es Virgo Maria

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Version 1, "…quae Dominum portasti"

Version 2

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Text and translations

Latin.png Latin text
Version 1

Beata es, Virgo Maria,
quae Dominum portasti creatorem mundi:
Genuisti eum, qui te fecit,
et in aeternum permanes virgo.
Alleluia.
Ave Maria gratia plena, Dominus tecum.

Version 2

Beata es, Virgo Maria, quae credidisti Domino;
perficientur[perfecta sunt] in te, quae dicta sunt tibi a Domino.
Ex te enim natus est Christus Deus Salvator noster qui intercedit pro nobis
apud Dominum Deum nostrum.
Alleluia.

Version 3

Beata es, virgo Maria, Dei genitrix,
quae credidisti omnia perfecta sunt in te quae dicta sunt tibi:
ecce, exaltata es super choros Angelorum:
intercede pro nobis ad Dominum Deum tuum.
Alleluia.

Italian.png Italian translation
Version 3

Beata sei Tu che hai creduto,
Vergine Maria, Genitrice di Dio;
tutto di ciò che Ti viene detto di Te riguarda la perfezione:
ecco, sei più alta dei cori aneglici,
prega per noi presso il Signore Dio Tuo.
Alleluia.

English.png English translation
Version 1

Blessed are you, O virgin Mary,
who bore the Lord, the Creator of the universe.
You brought forth him who made you,
and remain forever a virgin.
Alleluia.
Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with you.m

Version 2

Blessed art thou, O virgin Mary, who didst believe the Lord;
what the Lord said to thee shall be fulfilled in thee.
For out of thee was born the Lord Christ our Saviour, who intercedes for us
with the Lord our God.
Alleluia.

Version 3

Blessed are you, O Virgin Mary, who gave birth to God;
who believed that all has been fulfilled in you that was said to you:
behold, you have been raised up above the choirs of angels.
O pray for us now to the Lord your God.
Alleluia.

Translation by Mick Swithinbank

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