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Der Rosenkranz auf Deutsch und Latein – Tradition, Familie und Privateigentum


Möchten Sie lernen, den Rosenkranz zu beten? Wir können dir helfen! Glaubensbekenntnis, Vater unser, Gegrüßet seist du Maria voll der Gnade und viel mehr.

Glaubensbekenntnis (von Nizäa-Konstantinopel)

Credo
Ich glaube an Gott den Vater, den Allmächtigen,

Credo in Deum Patrem omnipotentem,
den Schöpfer des Himmels und der Erde.

Creatorem caeli et terrae.
Und an Jesus Christus, seinen eingeborenen Sohn, unseren Herrn,

Et in Iesum Christum, Filium eius unicum, Dominum nostrum,
empfangen durch den Heiligen Geist,

qui conceptus est de Spiritu Sancto,
geboren von der Jungfrau Maria,

natus ex Maria Virgine,
gelitten unter Pontius Pilatus,

passus sub Pontio Pilato,
gekreuzigt, gestorben und begraben,

crucifixus, mortuus, et sepultus,
hinabgestiegen in das Reich des Todes,

descendit ad inferos,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: Der Rosenkranz auf Deutsch und Latein – Tradition, Familie und Privateigentum

Major Victory for Alaska’s Majestic Trees and for the Climate | We need more Lawyers fighting for our Earth Jewelry!


Major Victory for Alaska’s Majestic Trees and for the Climate

Protecting trees, particularly old-growth trees in Alaska’s Tongass National Forest, is a win for local communities and for the climate.

A recent court victory halted a timber sale on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska.

A recent court victory halted a timber sale on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska.

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On Prince of Wales Island in southeast Alaska, majestic mega-trees that are key to combatting climate change have been protected from chainsaws after a federal judge rejected a sweeping logging plan that would have spanned a project area of 1.8 million acres in the Tongass National Forest.

Containing nearly one-third of the world’s old-growth temperate rainforest, the Tongass is home to large stands of trees that have lived on this planet for centuries. Some of these giants are even older than the United States itself.

The old-growth forest of the Tongass provides key habitat for the area’s diverse array of wildlife, including blacktail deer; wolves; brown bears; and goshawks, a stocky raptor with a barrel chest. The Tongass also provides local residents, subsistence hunters, tourists, and many others the opportunity to recreate among irreplaceable old-growth forests.

https://earthjustice.org/blog/2019-september/tongass-national-forest-victory-old-growth-climate