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  1. The hymn Te Deum is a moving tribute to God in His triune majesty. Its authorship has been traditionally attributed to Saints Ambrose (it has often been called an Ambrosian Hymn) and Augustine from the latter part of the 4th century. It was more likely written by St. Niketas, bishop of Remesiana in about the same time period.
  2. Te Deum laudamus, (Latin: “God, We Praise You”)also called Te Deum, Latin hymn to God the Father and Christ the Son, traditionally sung on occasions of public rejoicing. According to legend, it was improvised antiphonally by St. Ambrose and St. Augustine at the latter’s baptism.
  3. Te Deum, also sometimes called the Ambrosian Hymn because of its association with St. Ambrose, is a traditional hymn of joy and thanksgiving. First attributed to Sts. Ambrose, Augustine, or Hilary, it is now accredited to Nicetas, Bishop of Remesiana; (4th century).
  4. Read the Te Deum on Vatican News. Prayer is the breath of Faith, the soul's dialogue with God.
  5. The Te Deum is a Christian hymn. Its original text was Latin. It is named after the first few words, Te Deum laudamus (We praise thee, O Lord). It was probably written around the 4th or .
  6. The Te Deum (whose name is simply the first two words of the prayer itself, not unlike the title of a papal document) is unique in that it is indeed a permanent part of the Divine Office: it is.
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  8. The Te Deum (Op. 22 / H) by Hector Berlioz (–) was completed in Like the earlier and more famous Grande Messe des Morts, it is one of the works referred to by Berlioz in his Memoirs as "the enormous compositions which some critics have called architectural or monumental music."While the orchestral forces required for the Te Deum are not as titanic as .

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