How To Say – “Glory be to the Father” Prayer in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

Prayers have different meanings for people. Some look at them as a way of communicating with a higher power. Others use them for their peace and quiet while others see them as an essential part of a country’s history and literature.

We have to acknowledge that prayers have power over us, even if that power manifests in various ways. The Irish also have a strong connection with religion and prayers. That’s one of the reasons why we chose to make another Irish pronunciation video where we feature the “Glory be to the Father” prayer.

Also, we’re always asking our community about what type of content should we add to the Irish pronunciation videos. Prayers and poems were some of the most requested. Do you have other ideas? Use the comments section of this blog or contact us directly to share your feedback.

“Glory be to the Father” Prayer in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

How to say the Glory be to the Father in Irish Gaelic

How to say the Glory be to the Father in Irish Gaelic

Glóir don Athair, agus don Mhac, agus don Spiorad Naomh.
/Gloh-ir dun Ah-her, og-gus dun Wok, og-gus don Spir-ud Nayv/
Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit.

Mar a bhí ar dtús, mar atá fós, agus mar a bheidh go brách, le saol na saol. Amen.
/Mor ah vee air duss, mor a-taw fohs, og-gus mor ah viy guh braw-ch leh seal nah seal. Aw-mayn./
As it was in the beginning is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

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