Av Maria Essay

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Franz Peter Schubert (January 31, 1797 – November 19, 1828) was an Austrian composer. He wrote some six hundred romantic songs as well as many operas, symphonies, sonatas and many other works.
Schubert’s “Ave Maria!” was not written with religious practices or the Catholic Church in mind. The piece was considered a masterpiece, and, unlike the vast majority of his compositions, it found a publisher before his death. Though not written for liturgical services, the music proved to be inspirational to listeners, particularly Roman Catholics, and a Latin text was substituted to make it suitable for use in church. It is today most widely known in its Latin "Ave Maria" form. Although the song is a prayer, Schubert’s “Ave Maria!” was not written
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The Catholic Church is basically all I know about religion, even though, as I grow up, I when to visit another church, just followings my curiosity, but is been hard for me to follow any other church rules beside catholic.
But can also observe that the catholic are ruling the world in terms of power, what the Vatican recommends to other nations is almost a law. The Pope is like a ‘’King’’ living with access to a lot resources, money and power, when there so much poverty in the world, that’s something that I can’t understand.
Now that I’m an adult there moments where I do have some conflict between my traditional beliefs and what the catholic church is in reality, based on the bible and other religion, there a hugged different from what I was told when I was younger of bee catholic. They’re very confusing for someone to try to be following their culture's beliefs now days.
The Catholic Church is one of the most powerful and influents in the world but few contributions to the needy, in my opinion, the Catholic Church is just a name, few actually take the Catholic doctrine in its entirety, plus all the scandals in which priests involved have been involved including
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