Liturgy

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Synonyms for Liturgy

Synonyms for Liturgy

a formal act or set of acts prescribed by ritual

Synonyms for Liturgy

a rite or body of rites prescribed for public worship

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His Beatitude Patriarch John X Yazigi presided over the Divine Liturgy, stressing that this land has absorbed blood of both Muslim and Christian martyrs, as the martyrs' blood is one and is the blood of truth.
Patriarch Neophyte will hold another divine liturgy with the Bulgarian metropolitan bishops and the representatives of the other Orthodox churches in the Cathedral of Varna on Sunday.
Francis's attendance at the divine liturgy at the Patriarchal Church of St.
What takes place at the Divine Liturgy is a sort of transtemporal and transpatial event in which the historical sacrifice of Christ, the present sign at the eucharistic table, and the future union with God all fold up into one transcendent moment:
Three years ago she attended Divine Liturgy at Holy Angels with her husband and two children.
And this Sunday the church is expected to be full again as the Cathedral Choir of Novi Sad, from Yugoslavia, sing the divine Liturgy.
John Chrysostom, while the second (1886) features six four-voice arrangements of chants intended for the following events on the Russian Orthodox calendar: the Divine Liturgy of Great and Holy Saturday, Sunday Communion, the first three days of Holy Week at the service of Bridegroom Matins, and Resurrectional Matins of the three Sundays preceding Great Lent.
Father Deiniol, Wales Orthodox Mission: Was given the task of establishing the Orthodox Church in North Wales, the first since the year 1054; translated the Divine Liturgy of the Orthodox Church.
The Divine Liturgy, the supreme Christian mystery and sacrament, is a communal act.
The Divine Liturgy changed little, and Armenian scribes, illuminators, and binders remained largely faithful to traditional formats, images, and even materials (for illuminators a palette of limited, intense, mineral pigments).
They are notable for their extensive tradition of iconography (see also: Byzantine art), for their veneration of the Mother of God and the Saints, and for their use of the Divine Liturgy on Sundays, which is a standardized worship service dating back to the fourth century A.
In Rome, the Divine Liturgy was first celebrated in Greek.
That is why women, whether they are cleaning the church, or decorating the epitaphio, or baking the bread for the divine liturgy, or teaching at Sunday school, or practising philanthropy, or illustrating icons of the saints, or participating at conventions, whether they are nuns or they assist their husband-priest, all have the certainty that they are contributing equally with men in the progress of the ecclesiastic community, since all of the above, like the activities of men, are gifts for ministry (charisms) and fruits of a spiritual life.
THE DIVINE Liturgy will echo within the walls of the Armenian Church of Virgin Mary in northern Nicosia for the first time in 50 years today.
A DIVINE Liturgy will be carried out for the first time in 50 years in the occupied Armenian Church of Virgin Mary on Sunday.