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Chapter 8: Prayer - Devotion - Liturgy
   Prayer and Devotion
      306. Oremus pro Invicem?

{306.1} Q. What does oremus pro invicem mean?

{306.2} A. Oremus means "let us pray." Pro means "for," or "in behalf of." Invicem (object of the preposition "for") means "one another" or "each other." "Let us pray for one another": sound advice that we all should heed.

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