ADMDG

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ADMDGAd Majorem Dei Gloriam (Latin: For the Greater Glory of God)
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G.," wrote the bishop; and he drew a cross under these four letters, which signify ad majorem Dei gloriam , "to the greater glory of God;" and thus he continued: "It is our pleasure that the order brought to M.
1610-after 1664) and the Missa Ad majorem Dei gloriam by Andre Campra (1660-1744).
That was Evelio Javier, a legend among the Class of '68, a shining example of one who dedicated his life Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam.
Paulo ended the page with AMDG (Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam) and the date it was composed, Feb.
The inscription inside the archway - said to have been composed by Rudyard Kipling, who lost his son in the war - reads: "Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam (to the greater glory of God).
Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam - All for the greater glory of the God, is the motto that he has been formed by and lives by.
Only by learning first to dwell in the innermost chamber of our own hearts might we, at length, hope to be able to build again magnificent churches and cathedrals, perhaps even another Hagia Sophia, ad majorem Dei gloriam.
In this vademecum for pastoral leaders, we hear the voice of a shepherd, exuding pastoral sensitivity coupled with competent leadership, guiding God's people to become a genuine local church ad majorem Dei gloriam.
Suivant une vieille tradition universitaire, ceux-ci ont porte sur les recrutements et les promotions--sur les titularisations notamment--, mais nous les avons toujours depasses en quete non d'un compromis, mais d'une issue superieure, d'une sortie par le haut qui satisfit toutes les parties : Ad majorem Dei gloriam, comme disait Michael, le dieu en question n'etant autre que la grandeur de cette universite et de son departement de francais et de philologie romane.
(Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam) on the top left corner of their workbooks and unreflectively avoided publishing texts that were "contrary to Faith and Morals." Trudeau's closest friend of those years, Pierre Vadeboncoeur, who later became one of his fiercest critics, has also recently said he never heard a word of this mysterious XL insurrectionist group whose threat to Canadian liberal democracy figures so importantly in the Nemnis' account.
Also, a pro-Burke blog has been established, "Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam."