Definition of Liturgist. Meaning of Liturgist. Synonyms of Liturgist

Definition of Liturgist. Meaning of Liturgist. Synonyms of Liturgist

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Definition of Liturgist

Liturgist
Liturgist Lit"ur*gist, n. One who favors or adheres strictly to a liturgy. --Milton.

Meaning of Liturgist from wikipedia

- designate one person who parti****tes in the worship service as the liturgist. The liturgist may read announcements, scriptures, and calls to worship, while...
- Composer-in-Residence – University of San Francisco, Composer, Songwriter, Liturgist, AuthorInstruments Piano, acoustic guitarYears active 1974 – presentLabels...
- reaches at least 97 civilian liturgists per year in Athens, and at least 118 in years of the Greater Panathenaia. The liturgist (λειτουργός / leitourgós)...
- sister, began collaborating with other artists and releasing music as "The Liturgists", which he calls "an experimental art collective". This is also a podcast...
- Piero Marini (born 13 January 1942) is a Roman Catholic archbishop who is president of the Pontifical Committee for International Eucharistic Congresses...
- wife began collaborating with other artists and releasing music as "The Liturgists", which he calls "an experimental art collective". This is also the title...
- Francis has extended his appointment to 2022. He previously served as chief liturgist for the Archdiocese of Genoa. Marini was born in Genoa on 31 January...
- Giovanni Bona (1609–1674) was an Italian Cistercian, cardinal, liturgist and devotional author. He was born of an old French family at Mondovì, in...
- Jules Harlow (born June 28, 1931) is a Conservative Jewish rabbi and liturgist; son of Henry and Lena Lipman Harlow. He was born in Sioux City, Iowa....
- Charles Walker (d. 1887) was a liturgist and author. He was ****ociated with St Michael's, Brighton, in the 1860s. Walker wrote and edited two editions...
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