The deep-toned "ora pro nobis" breaks in upon the stilly air.
If she were in Rome she would be in church singing the ora pro nobis.
"The feast of the blessed Saint Edbert," responded Humphrey, with a genuflexion and an ora pro nobis.
Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, ora pro nobis peccatoribus, nunc et in hora mortis nostrae.
The discovered bell was inscribed ‘Sancte Iltute, ora pro nobis,’ and stood upon the gable of the quaint old town-hall.
When his death was announced, the pope, Leo X., wept and cried "ora pro nobis!"
The Modernist priest, it appears, can still say 'ora pro nobis' to a Mary whose biography he believes to be purely mythical.
After vespers we had a fine sermon from the Abb Lassale upon the invocation: Regina sine labe concepta, ora pro nobis!
"Then it's ora pro nobis—it's pray for us hard," rejoined Kitty sorrowfully.
Canticles and litanies were sung: "Virgo potens, ora pro nobis."