Definition of Liturgies. Meaning of Liturgies. Synonyms of Liturgies

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Definition of Liturgies

Liturgies
Liturgy Lit"ur*gy, n.; pl. Liturgies. [F. liturgie, LL. liturgia, Gr. ? a public service, the public service of God, public worship; (assumed) ?, ?, belonging to the people, public (fr. ?, ?, the people) + the root of ? work. See Lay, a., and Work.] An established formula for public worship, or the entire ritual for public worship in a church which uses prescribed forms; a formulary for public prayer or devotion. In the Roman Catholic Church it includes all forms and services in any language, in any part of the world, for the celebration of Mass.

Meaning of Liturgies from wikipedia

- Bradford and ****ens, 1938), pp. 3–19. Dandelion, P., The Liturgies of Quakerism, Liturgy, Worship and Society Series (Aldershot, England and Burlington...
- (1930) 56-79. Gr**** Liturgies; English translation of the Prin****l Liturgies Charles Anthony, Swainson, ed. (1884). The Gr**** liturgies: Chiefly from original...
- The Presanctified Liturgy, aside from having no anaphora (eucharistic prayer) is structured much like other vesperal divine liturgies that are prescribed...
- "M****" is frequently used by Anglo-Catholics. The various Eucharistic liturgies used by national churches of the Anglican Communion have continuously...
- Trois petites liturgies de la présence divine (in English, Three Small Liturgies of the Divine Presence) is a piece by Olivier Messiaen for women's voices...
- Hanan. The historic Christian liturgies are divided between Eastern and Western usages. Among the Eastern liturgies, the Liturgy of Saint James is one of the...
- The ordinary, in Roman Catholic and other Western Christian liturgies, refers to the part of the Eucharist or of the canonical hours that is reasonably...
- permanently.". All of these liturgies are part of a religious festival and were recurring (ἐγκύκλιοι). By comparison, the military liturgies were used only when...
- for set liturgies, many of these churches have retained them. Protestant Reformation-era ministers of the Reformed tradition used set liturgies which emphasized...
- with the four churches under its jurisdiction, retained its own unique liturgies, psalm cursi, and Latin translations into the 19th century. Many other...
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