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Definition of penitential book
penitential bookPenitential Pen`i*ten"tial, n. (R. C. Ch.)
A book formerly used by priests hearing confessions,
containing rules for the imposition of penances; -- called
also penitential book.
Meaning of penitential book from wikipedia
- A penitential
is a book
or set of church rules concerning
the Christian sacrament
of penance, a "new manner
with God" that was first...
- The Penitential
Act (capitalized in the Roman
Missal) is a form of general confession
that normally takes place
at the beginning
- The Penitential
of ****mean is an Irish penitential
, presumably composed
c. 650 by an Irish
****mean (or Comini****). It served
as a type of handbook...
- The Penitential Psalms
of Confession, so named
in C****iodorus's commentary
of the 6th century
AD, are the Psalms
6, 31, 37, 50, 101, 129, and...
in early morning
as selichot, which capture
the penitential spirit appropriate
to the occasion
and charity, acts of Hesed
saw the development
in ****igning penance. The Penitential
of ****mean counseled
- priest granted
the fourth century confession
and penitential discipline
were a public affair
“since all sin is sin not only against...
to the Holy Spirit, Penitential
psalms, litanies, prayers
for the dead, and suffrages
to the Saints. The book
’s goal was to help his devout...
- M**** after
the priest's own communion. It included
an exhortation, a penitential section
that included confession
- Lannon, has described
it as "a bizarre amalgam
discipline, and crude
po****r moralizing; it aims at a fusion
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