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1Religiónletanía femeninothe Litany — oración de la liturgia anglicana en forma de letanías
- he gave me a long litany of all his complaints — me recitó toda una letanía de quejas
- Many times in my life, I have heard Perpetua and Felicity mentioned in litanies of saints and prayers of the Church.
- Diviners started to include seven Psalms with litanies and prayers.
- And as the shadows deepen I light my candles and abjure the cold evening by gripping the picture and mouthing a litany of His name.
- For many who are, like Peter, in the course of progressive dementia, litanies, prayers, and hymns often have a deep emotional significance.
- We went then from the cold church in solemn procession, singing litanies into the thin air.
- This was initiated by the singing of Veni, Creator and the Litany, and the saying of several long prayers.
- Throughout the 1770s, nevertheless, dramatic works took second place to liturgical demands, including mass settings of increasing intensity, litanies, vespers, and a series of church sonatas.
- The rite involves incense, candles, litanies and novenas, and set hymns, often in Latin.
- The second type is worship without the sacraments that incorporates a more ‘contemporary’ style of litanies, music, prayers, and readings.
- One day just before Easter, we joined a procession which wound along singing litanies, in and out of four churches, before finishing at Santa Chiara, a sort of liturgical pub crawl.
- The book concludes with some litanies in honor of Mary.
- In 1545 he wrote a litany that is still used in the church.
- Display the worship prayers and litanies on the screen in a typeface large enough to be seen from the back of the worship space.
- Its structural references are historical - to the Greek chorus articulating emotionally freighted communal reactions, and to the polyphonic litanies and choral works of medieval Christian churches.
- When the Litany is sung or said immediately before the Eucharist, the Litany concludes here, and the Eucharist begins with the Salutation and the Collect of the Day.
- So out went audible responses, the minister's surplice and the litany.
- Sympathetically, they sang to him penitential psalms, particularly the Miserere, and the Litany of Loreto, while he gazed at a panel from their diverse collection of tavolette.
- There is also a brief homily on the saints and the universal call to holiness, night prayer, and a candlelight procession to the cloister's reliquary while chanting the Litany of the Saints.
- Gone are the days when the community of Sisters which at times numbered about twenty were in their pews at 6.30 am reciting their prayers and litanies.
- About the same time the primers were revised, and the King's Primer issued in 1545 in the interest of uniformity; it included the English Litany.
- Each of the first four sections includes prayers, litanies, and many other types of texts.
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