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Sursum corda
Sursum corda Sur"sum cor"da [L. sursum upward + corda hearts.] (Eccl.) In the Eucharist, the versicles immediately before the preface, inviting the people to join in the service by ``lifting up the heart' to God.

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- The Sursum Corda (Latin: "Lift up your hearts" or literally, "Lift hearts") is the opening dialogue to the Preface of the Eucharistic Prayer or Anaphora...
- Sursum Corda (Latin:"lift up your hearts") is a small neighborhood located in Washington, D.C., bounded by North Capitol Street on the east, K Street NW...
- Sursum corda, Op. 11 is a musical work by the English composer Edward Elgar for strings, br****, timpani and organ, composed in 1894. The composer dedicated...
- Circle (1929), Belles (1960), Gryphon Circle (1968), Ignatians (1981), Sursum Corda (1992), Marians (2003), Magis (2003), Creare (2009), Espérer (2012),...
- Sursum corda is the opening dialogue to the Preface of the Eucharistic Prayer or Anaphora in the liturgies of the Christian Church. Sursum Corda may also...
- Sursum Corda was an Italian student movement organized with irredentist purposes before 1914. It may be considered one of the precursors of fascist organizations...
- The Anaphora of the Apostolic Tradition, also known as the Anaphora of Hippolytus, is an ancient Christian Anaphora (also known in the contemporary Latin...
- Susan Peirce Thompson, (born Ana Fleischman; June 29, 1974) is a former Adjunct ****ociate Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of...
- He is credited with being the leading organizer and founder of the Sursum Corda Cooperative in Washington D.C. and was also a former law professor at...
- by H. Montagu Butler. The words echo the English translation of the Sursum corda, a part of the communion liturgy in Christian churches. In the Church...
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