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Definition of Liturgically

Liturgically
Liturgically Li*tur"gic*al*ly, adv. In the manner of a liturgy.

Meaning of Liturgically from wikipedia

- Liturgical colours are those specific colours used for vestments and hangings within the context of Christian liturgy. The symbolism of violet, white,...
- Good Friday, Holy Sa****ay and Easter Sunday. Each of these days begins liturgically not with the morning but with the preceding evening. The triduum begins...
- Liturgics is the academic discipline dedicated to the study of liturgy (public worship rites, rituals, and practices). Liturgics scholars typically specialize...
- some other books. The Anglican Church uses some of the Apocryphal books liturgically, though rarely and with alternative reading available. Therefore, editions...
- embodied Protestant insights in its theology and in the overall shape of its liturgical practice. The way that this is often expressed is by saying that the Church...
- primacy of the Pope as head of the Church while still maintaining a similar liturgical and spiritual tradition as Eastern Orthodoxy. Additionally, there are...
- Liturgical dance is a type of dance movement sometimes incorporated into liturgies or worship services as an expression of worship. Some liturgical dance...
- Latin liturgical rites, or Western liturgical rites, are Latin tradition Catholic liturgical rites emplo**** by the Latin Church, the largest particular...
- in Upper Egypt as late as the 19th century. It remains in use as the liturgical language of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria. It forms a separate...
- 17th and 18th centuries, Polish baroque composers mostly wrote either liturgical music or secular compositions such as concertos and sonatas for voices...
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