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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

- Liturgics is the academic discipline dedicated to the study of liturgy (public worship rites, rituals, and practices). Liturgics scholars typically specialize...
- 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...
- The Anglican Missal is a liturgical book used liturgically by Anglo-Catholics and other High Church Anglicans as a supplement to the Book of Common Prayer...
- 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 colours are those specific colours used for vestments and hangings within the context of Christian liturgy. The symbolism of violet, white,...
- churches, it functions within a Latin culture and utilizes a Romance liturgical language. Its canonical jurisdiction covers the territories of Romania...
- and Andrzej Rohaczewski. Most of the compositions written were either liturgical music, or secular compositions such as concertos and sonatas for voices...
- or lay faculty member in residence. Every hall has its own chapel and liturgical schedule with m****es celebrated multiple times per w**** during the academic...
- Celibacy: Practical Wisdom from Christian and Buddhist Monasticism. (2008) Liturgical Press. ISBN 0-8146-2947-4 Ruppert, E.E.; Fox, R.S. & Barnes, R.D. (2004)...
- spoken in Myanmar. The two major Indo-European languages are Pali, the liturgical language of Theravada Buddhism, and English. More than a hundred languages...
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