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  1. Jun 08,  · Morning Prayer (Lauds) If this is the first Hour that you are reciting today, you should precede it with the Invitatory Psalm.
  2. Jun 07,  · Morning Prayer (Lauds) If you have already recited the Invitatory Psalm today, you should use the alternative opening. Lord, open our lips. And we shall praise your name.
  3. LAUDS. The morning hour of the Divine tatergecilmafanlabeahercornbusti.coinfo term "lauds" is derived from its nature as praise (laud) and from the Laudes or the three Psalms (, , ) that always concluded its psalmody until the reform of Pius X (d. ). Because it is the Church's morning prayer, its more ancient Latin names made reference to that fact, for example, matutinum, matutinum officium, matutini hymni.
  4. Hailing the UAE's efforts in successfully executing the Emirates Mars Mission, a top Nasa official expressed his joy and averred that the agency's 'Perseverance' will be joining Hope probe now.
  5. In the liturgy, the word Lauds has two other meanings: It sometimes signifies the alleluia of the Mass; thus a Council of Toledo (IV Council, c. xii) formally pronounced: "Lauds are sung after the Epistle and before the Gospel" (for this interpretation compare Mabillon, "De Liturgia gall.", I, iv). St. Isidore says: "Laudes, hoc est, Alleluia, canere" (De div. offic., xiii).
  6. lauds definition: Noun 1. plural form of laudVerb 2. third-person singular simple present indicative form of laud.
  7. Aug 03,  · Foster lauds Obama's investments in vaccine development Underwood-backed bill supports child care providers Foster, Underwood back bill to rescind Trump's 'racist Muslim ban'.
  8. Jul 28,  · Dime Davis, director of HBO’s A Black Lady Sketch Show, is the first Black woman to land an Emmy nomination for directing a variety series.

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