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the message peccavi ("I have sinned/Sind") attributed to Charles James Napier, also appears to be given more attention than it deserves in a book on Hinduism.
His first editorial in De Standaard after his convalescence was a lengthy peccavi.
The texts most frequently set are Marian antiphons, followed by passages from the psalms -- "Beati omnes qui timent Dominum" (Psalm 127), "Cantate Domino canticum novum" (Psalm 97), "In the Domine speravi" (Psalm 30), "Inclina Domine aurem tuam" (Psalm 85), and "Laudate Dominum omnes gentes" (Psalm 116) -- and liturgical texts that were widely used or else linked to major feasts like Christmas and Easter -- "Congratulamini mihi omnes," "Da pacem Domine in diebus nostris," "O sacrum convivium," "Quem vidistis pastores," "Pater noster," "Pater peccavi in caelum," and "Si bona suscepimus.