Each psalm and hymn has the Gloria Patri suited to it marked at the beginning.
Before giving it to her he made her recite the Gloria Patri three times.
They chanted the Gloria Patri with trembling voices; the archbishop knelt at the bedside, proffering the pyx.
The many voices lifted in the chant, "Gloria Patri," showed how grand the effect would be if all would join in the song.
The duenna went out muttering a Gloria Patri, which was exactly finished by the time she got at the other side of the door.
(d) Gloria in excelsis is allowed as a substitute for Gloria Patri at the end of the Psalms at morning and evening prayer.
She intoned the Gloria Patri, and made the sign of the cross, and he instantly took flight and disappeared.
He breaks out, indeed, into a burst of devotional praise—Gloria Patri—as if for some special and never-to-be-forgotten mercy.