Talk:Act of Contrition
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Is there a Latin version available? It is the Latin rite, after all.
Was that some sort of joke?? David Corbett 06:43, 18 March 2006 (UTC)
On her album Like a Prayer, Madonna included a song called Act of Contrition, using this prayer for lyrics and a reversed sample from the song Like a Prayer in the music. Maybe the article should mention this, or at least contain a link to the article about the album http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Like_A_Prayer, as the song itself does not have an article.
- There was a link in, but 'cause it was confusing ("What does Like A Prayer have to do with Act Of Contrition?", since so many people think of the single when they think of "Like A Prayer"), I took liberty to change it to a redirect. I know linking to redirects should be avoided, but it seems warranted in this case. Flog me if not. -pinkgothic (talk) 16:56, 21 September 2008 (UTC)
Error in English version:
In the "Popular British English Version," this makes no sense:
"Oh My God, I am sorry very sorry for all my sins. because they are despising oh Lord, oh are."
Something must have gone wrong in the transcribing of it.