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The Benedictus

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  • The Benedictus —     The Benedictus (Canticle of Zachary)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Benedictus (Canticle of Zachary)     The Benedictus, given in Luke 1:68 79, is one of the three great canticles in the opening chapters of this Gospel, the other two being …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • The Celtic Rite —     The Celtic Rite     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Celtic Rite     This subject will be treated under the following seven heads:     I. History and Origin; II. Manuscript Sources; III. The Divine Office; IV. The Mass; V. the Baptismal Service; …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Benedictus (Song of Zechariah) — The Benedictus (also Song of Zechariah or Canticle of Zachary), given in Gospel of ; bibleref|Mark|1:2|NIV; bibleref|Luke|3:4|NIV). The Benedictus is part of Lauds, probably because of the song of thanksgiving for the coming of the Redeemer in… …   Wikipedia

  • The Gallican Rite —     The Gallican Rite     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Gallican Rite     This subject will be treated under the following six heads:     I. History and Origin; II. MSS. and Other Sources; III. The Liturgical Year; IV. The Divine Office; V. The… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Benedictus —    The canticle beginning Blessed be the Lord God of Israel, used after the Second Lesson at Morning Prayer. It is the song uttered by Zacharias on the naming of St. John Baptist and is found in St. Luke I:68 80. The Benedictus has been used as a …   American Church Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Benedictus — /ben i dik teuhs/, n. Eccles. 1. the short canticle or hymn beginning in Latin Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini, and in English Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord. 2. the canticle or hymn beginning in Latin Benedictus Dominus… …   Universalium

  • Benedictus Buns — Benedictus Buns, Benedictus à sancto Josepho, born Buns, also named Buns Gelriensis, was born in 1642 in Geldern [ Geldern belonged in that time to the Spanish Netherlands see too the Southern Netherlands and from 1713 tot the Austrian… …   Wikipedia

  • Benedictus Appenzeller — (between 1480 and 1488 ndash; after 1558) was a Franco Flemish singer and composer of the Renaissance, active in Bruges and Brussels. He served Mary of Hungary for much of his career, and was a prolific composer of vocal music, both sacred and… …   Wikipedia

  • Benedictus Polonus — • A medieval Friar Minor missionary and traveller (c. 1245) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Benedictus Polonus     Benedictus Polonus      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Benedictus — [bɛnɛˈdɪktʊs] (von lat. bĕnedīcĕre [bɛnɛˈdiːkɛrɛ]) ist ein Begriff aus der Kirchensprache. Er bezieht sich einerseits auf ein Loblied aus dem Lukas Evangelium, andererseits auf einen Teil der Heiligen Messe (zweiter Teil des Sanctus). Das… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Benedictus van Haeften — (b.1588 d.31 July 1648) Provost of Affligem Abbey and famous writer of religious works.Haeften commissioned Rubens and De Crayer to decorate the church and the monastery in Affligem.BiographyVan Haeften was a Benedictine writer, provost of the… …   Wikipedia

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