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The evening-office of the Church in Latin and English. Containing the vespers, or even-song for all Sundays and festivals of obligation. The fourth edition corrected [See Notes Multiple Contributors] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by advances. Vespers, the traditional evening prayer of the Church, has spiritually sustained the faithful for nearly two millennia. Although painfully absent from parish life since the liturgical reforms of the last century, this newly typeset and edited volume provides everything a parish or individual needs to recite the evening office for Sundays and major feast days according to the rubrics of the 5/5(1). The Christian's guide to Heaven: or, A manual of spiritual exercises for Catholics: with the evening office of the church, in Latin and English; with a selection of Pages: The psalms and canticles here are our own translation. The Grail translation of the psalms, which is used liturgically in most of the English-speaking world, cannot be displayed on the Web for copyright reasons. The Universalis apps and programs do contain the Grail translation of the psalms. You can also view this page in Latin and English.
The evening-office of the Church, according to the Roman breviary:: containing the vespers for all Sundays and festivals throughout the year: in Latin and English () (Reprint) Catholic Church. Published by Pranava Books (). Evening Prayer gives thanks for the day just past and makes an evening sacrifice of praise to God. Printed with a dual-column Latin/English text, the book includes the Gregorian melodies necessary for singing Vespers in common; prayers to be said before and after the office; and an extensive introduction on the history of the breviary. pages. Office book, containing Vespers and Complin: or The Evening Office of the Church throughout the year: (with a supplement of English saints) and the Office of the dead: in English according to the Douay translation: for the use of pious confraternities. In Latin and English. To which is added, a pious association printed for J. Marmaduke London Australian/Harvard Citation. Catholic Church. , The evening-office of the Church, [electronic resource]: according to the Roman Breviary: containing the vespers for all Sundays and festivals throughout the year. In Latin and English.
The evening-office of the church in Latin and English: containing the Vespers, or, Even-song, for all Sundays and festivals of obligation. by Catholic Church 11 editions - first published in The evening-Office of the church: in Latin and English. Containing the vespers, or even-song for all Sundays and festivals of obligation. The Christian's guide to Heaven: or, A manual of spiritual exercises for Catholics: with the evening office of the church, in Latin and English; with a selection of pious hymns by . The first Book of Common Prayer of radically simplified this arrangement, combining the first three services of the day into a single service called Mattins and the latter two into a single service called Evensong (which, before the Reformation, was the English name for Vespers).The rest were abolished. The second edition of the Book of Common Prayer () renamed these services to.