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(Roman Catholic Church) a book of prayers to be recited daily certain priests and members of religious orders

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D'Annunzio, Decadence, Breviary, II piacere, Manifesto
I remember how Papa always reminded me about the Breviary, and I appreciate him for that.
The missal and the breviary are large, striking manuscripts, ideal for display in the exhibition cabinets they were housed in at the Auckland Free Public Library.
Among the aspects of the repertory which Marin highlights are the unusually comprehensive collection of Vespers psalmody (by Hernando Franco) preserved in MexC 11, and the updating during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries of the polyphonic hymn repertory to reflect the changes introduced (for example) in the Breviary of Urban VIII in 1632; prominent within this hymn repertory--and subject to revision for the reason just mentioned--are the hymn settings by Francisco Guerrero published in the Liber vesperarum of 1584.
When Pope John Paul II attended synod assemblies, he was known to pray his breviary Pope Benedict XVI was a quiet observer.
It was for this reason that for the next three hundred years they were preserved as an appendix to the Breviary together with other prayers that would be useful and easily accessible to a priest in his daily ministry.
Rather, he said, the bag merely contained a razor, his breviary prayer book, his agenda and a book on St Terese of Lisieux.
He said the bag merely contained a razor, his breviary prayer book, his agenda and a book on St.
This volume of the Breviary begins Szentkuthy's criticai examination of two millennia of European culture by focusing on salient figures, the lens in this case being Casanova's Memoirs.
2) Edward Caswall, Lyra Catholica: Containing all the Breviary and Missal Hymns, with Others from Various Sources (London, 1849), x, xiii-xix.
Legends of Scottish saints; readings, hymns and prayers for the commemorations of Scottish saints in the Aberdeen Breviary.
The book's low-key but meaningful subtitle, "A Breviary" (a term which denotes the essential scriptures and incantations used by Catholic priests), also suggests another kind of breviary created by the sin-eater's mission-path.
Bob Bushaway London: Breviary Stuff Publications, 2011.
In fact, the regime produced massive quantities of literature, including new printed editions of the missal, breviary, and primer--contrary to its reputation as being anti-intellectual.
The commercial and political atlas and statistical breviary.