Credo

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The Credo (pronounced [ˈkɾeːd̪oː]) is part of Christian Mass. Credo is Latin, and means I believe. It is a statement of faith. In Catholicism, the Nicene Creed is used very often; but there are others, such as the Athanasian Creed or Apostles' Creed.

Very often it is sung by the crowd, or by a choir; many people have written credoes. One of them is Antonio Vivaldi

Media (Vivaldi: Credo in E minor (RV 591))[change | change source]