Difference between revisions of "Ordinary of Lauds"

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(ORDINARY OF LAUDS)
(ORDINARY OF LAUDS)
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<strong>The Gospel Canticle with its Antiphon</strong>
 
<strong>The Gospel Canticle with its Antiphon</strong>
  
<small><span class="rubric">After the ℣ and ℟, there is said the proper Ant. (as prescribed in the Psalter, in the Proper of the Season, or in the Proper or Common of Saints), and then, all sign themselves with the holy Sign (which same is always made at the beginning of any Gospel Canticle, i.e., the Benedictus at Lauds, the Magnificat at Vespers, and the Nunc dimittis at Cornpline) as the Cantor says the opening words thereof.</span</small>
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<small><span class="rubric">After the ℣ and ℟, there is said the proper Ant. (as prescribed in the Psalter, in the Proper of the Season, or in the Proper or Common of Saints), and then, all sign themselves with the holy Sign (which same is always made at the beginning of any Gospel Canticle, i.e., the Benedictus at Lauds, the Magnificat at Vespers, and the Nunc dimittis at Compline) as the Cantor says the opening words thereof.</span></small>
  
 
<span class="rubric">The Song of Zacharias</span>
 
<span class="rubric">The Song of Zacharias</span>

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