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This is the first Sunday that we begin reading from the Lenten Triodion, the volume of the Divine Office which contains the hymnody proper to the Lenten period.
As is widely known, one of the great innovations of the Jesuit Constitutions comes in Ignatius's abrogation of the requirement of praying the Divine Office in choir.
Hiley's account of the Mass and Divine Office is one of the clearest and most readable available, illuminated further by the line art of the previous section.
Closely observing the sisters, the filmmaker witnesses the daily rhythms of divine office behind the nunnery walls, and the strength of these women as one of the sisterhood passes away and a novice joins their ranks.
On top of that she went to Mass daily and said the divine office, wrote continually (and very well), and gave lectures all over the country.
David Crook considers ways in which Jesuits used music to teach, move, and delight audiences, even though Jesuits were exempt from chanting the Divine Office in choir.
Today the 30 sisters lead an enclosed, contemplative life, with the Eucharist and daily celebration of the Divine Office at its centre.
During tonight's Evening Divine Office of the Raising of Incense, special Coptic hymns - some of which have melodies that are said to date from the time of the pharaohs - will be heard.
He believes that, "We can overcome this polarization (God / Caesar) by recalling the circumstances that gave birth to the church as a divine office rather than a political institution, enabling the church to flourish in spite of every attempt by the state to suppress it.
The founders and builders of cities imitate a divine office.
explicitly associated with the Divine Office of the canonical hours.
Auden's poetic hermeneutic of the Divine Office which was published as a sequence of seven poems in The Shield of Achilles in 1955.