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matins

, mattins
a. Chiefly RC Church the first of the seven canonical hours of prayer, originally observed at night but now often recited with lauds at daybreak
b. the service of morning prayer in the Church of England
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The stories included "Prvi put s ocem na jutrenje" ("To Matins with Father for the First Time"), "Skolska ikona" ("A School's Icon"), "U dobri cas hajduci
The matins service, conducted by the Dean of Windsor, the Right Reverend David Conner, included hymns This Joyful Eastertide, Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem, Jesus Christ Is Risen Today and Good Christian Men, Rejoice and Sing.
Christians would awake to pray in what became matins or vigils in the monastic tradition.
Peter Bolton, of the Prayer Book Society, said: "The service to suffer most is matins, or morning prayer, which is in danger of being wiped out altogether in the Coventry area, while there has been a slight increase in evening services of Holy Communion according to the Book of Common Prayer.
Nous avons passE[umlaut] beaucoup de temps en rE[umlaut]pE[umlaut]tition, durant la semaine dans chaque universitE[umlaut] et les samedis matins tous ensemble.
The principal contents of these sets were Office antiphons and Matins responsories, many with distinctive Toledan textual and melodic variants.
Hamburg Song is their piece of the Anglican rock pie - imagine Chris Martin in Fix You mode mixed with Matins as sung at one of the better class of public schools and the hail-fellow-wellmet atmospherics of the Last Night of the Proms.
He should be in his cathedral, or one of his parishes, not only celebrating Mass on the feasts, but also praying Matins and Vespers.
Many years ago, I met a church organist, age 93, who had begun at 16 years and was reputed never to have missed playing for Matins on Sunday, a record of 77 years.
First, that the Church of England should never have shunned matins in favour of wall-to-wallcommunion.
Indeed, for the ceremony of Matins of Christmas, the pope wore a dark red mozzetta (cappa purpurea).
The Service of the Word finds its place alongside offices of daily prayer: Matins, Vespers, Compline, Suffrages.