|LAUDS. One of the seven canonical hours, chanted in the Divine Office, taking its name from Psalms 148, 149, and 150. Since the Second Vatican Council it has been replaced in the breviary by "morning prayers."|
Once agan, McOffice shortens the Office. From four Psalms and a Canticle, it has been 'pruned to two Psalms and a Canticle.
The Roman Breviary Office of the Day, with a selection of Rubrics from various periods.
The musings and meandering thoughts of a crotchety old man as he observes life in the world and in a small, rural town in South East Nebraska. My Pledge-Nulla dies sine linea-Not a day with out a line.
Monday, 30 July 2018
Word of the Day: Lauds
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