Divine Office

Divine Office
canonical prayers recited daily by priests (e.g. the breviary of the Roman Catholic Church)
Hypernyms: ↑office

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  • Divine Office — • Brief essay on the historical development of the Liturgy of the Hours Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Divine Office     Divine Office      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Divine Office — may refer to: Liturgy of the Hours, the recitation of certain Christian prayers at fixed hours according to the discipline of the Roman Catholic Church Canonical hours, the recitation of such prayers in Christianity more generally This… …   Wikipedia

  • Divine Office — n. the Psalms, readings, prayers, etc. used at the canonical hours …   English World dictionary

  • Divine Office —    Cycle of monastic liturgies sung at particular times each day. In the Benedictine rule there are eight, called hours, thus the common expression liturgy of the hours. The four major hours are matins (sometimes called vigils) during the night,… …   Historical dictionary of sacred music

  • Divine Office — Divine Of|fice, the the daily prayers and ceremonies used by ↑Roman Catholic priests …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Divine Office — Divine′ Of′fice n. rel the psalms, readings, and prayers used at the canonical hours • Etymology: 1350–1400 …   From formal English to slang

  • divine office — (sometimes caps.) Eccles. office (def. 12c). [1350 1400; ME] * * * ▪ Christian service also called  canonical hours,  liturgy of the hours , or  liturgical hours        in various Christian churches, the public service of praise and worship… …   Universalium

  • Divine Office — noun Date: 15th century the office for the canonical hours of prayer that priests and religious say daily …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • divine office — /dəˌvaɪn ˈɒfəs/ (say duh.vuyn ofuhs) noun (sometimes upper case) → office (def. 12b) …  

  • Divine Office — (Evening and Morning Incense or Vesper and Matins) These are prayers, hymns and thanksgiving that are presented in the evening preceding the Eucharistic Liturgy and in the early morning before the Eucharistic Liturgy …   Dictionary of church terms

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