Little Office, Little Office of Our Lady, Hours of the Virgin
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The two men walked to the door of the little office.
I remember sitting in the little office with the head of the program.
There was no place in the little office to sit down.
I moved him back into a corner of his little office.
A moment later, the little office was flooded with light.
He gave me a different address from the little office and I wrote it down.
It was time to get back to her ugly little office space.
He has the little office down the hall m my own.
This corridor, like the little office, had but a single light.
I have had to step out of the taxi into the little office to see the.
"But coming into a hospital every day to come to my little office and do publishing is a very different experience."
There is not one photograph on the wall anywhere but in a little office.
Even little office boys dressed as though they were running the country.
If he'd gone to his little office and stayed there a half hour, that would have made sense.
The little office girl popped her head round the door.
The pot was in that little office across the hall.
He turned and disappeared into his little office next to a bedroom.
And the cabinets in your little office are perfect too.
I went in and climbed the stairs to a little office.
He went into the little office and took it from the shelf in the corner.
Cynthia and I stood as the big man walked into the little office.
They had me in one of the little offices across from the assembly room.
After the warmth of that little office, it seemed very cold and dark outside.
Trebelon made change, at the door of a little office.
He looked toward the door of the little office.
He spent his later life serving as abbot, and is known for introducing the Little Office of Our Lady.
Little Office of Our Lady
Spanish version of the Little Office of Our Lady, as the Roman breviary.
They, too, were distinguished by their different habit from the choir sisters, and their Office consists of the Little Office of Our Lady or a certain number of Paters, etc.
Besides the daily recitation of the canonical hours Premonstratensians were obliged to say the Little Office of Our Lady, except on triple feasts and during octaves of the first class.
At 11.45 p.m. the monk rises from his austere bed to say the Little Office of Our Lady, then, leaving his cell, he wends his way through the cloisters to the monastery church.
"Now, Reverend Father Abbot asked me to make the following announcements: "First, for the next three days we shall sing the Little Office of Our Lady before Matins, asking her intercession for peace.
In some orders they were required to recite daily the Little Office of Our Lady, but usually their labor in the fields (and hence away from the church) prevented them from participating in the Liturgy of the Hours.
Daily commemorations of St. Anne and Saints Albert and Angelus dated respectively from the beginning and the end of the fifteenth century, but were transferred in 1503 from the canonical Office to the Little Office of Our Lady.
Until the end of the Middle Ages it was not unknown for the laity to join in the singing of the Little Office of Our Lady, which was a shortened version of the Liturgy of the Hours providing a fixed daily cycle of twenty-five psalms to be recited.
The hours of the virgin are the most important, and therefore subject to the most lavish illustration.
The chapter called Hours of the Virgin comes next, bringing some of the show's loveliest images.
60r-118r) Hours of the Virgin, with suffrages to saints after Lauds.
Hours of the Virgin (ff.
Other remarkable sections of the manuscript are the Office of the Dead and the Hours of the Virgin.
The Hours of the Virgin are those for use of the Augustinian canons of the Windesheim chapter.
A Book of Hours is a personal prayer book that contained, in part, the Hours of the Virgin, a daily devotional that was popular at the time.
Other Marian devotional practices affected the length and composition of cycles; Books of Hours often had eight scenes to go with the eight sections of the text of the Hours of the Virgin.
The Hours of the Virgin is the core of the book, just as the Virgin herself was the warm heart of the medieval Christian cosmology, the hub through which disparate energies were processed, ideas transmitted, tensions dispersed.
An opening from the Hours of the Virgin written and illuminated c.1516-47 for Guillaume de Bracque, Abbot of the Benedictine Abbey of St. John the Baptist in Valenciennes, Flanders.
In the Murcia coast several ghosts have been seen, such as a Russian princess who was killed by the owner of the Isla del Barón, or the ghost ship that according to the fishermen have seen in the early hours of the Virgin.
It was also embodied in the Hours of the Virgin that daily reminded the devout laity as well as religious, of an archetypal pattern of suffering through which the nature of redemption was manifested and which established the means by which it would be experienced.
These illustrate the Hours of the Virgin, which is found in some other books of hours, but most unusually they are arranged on facing pages showing a scene from the Passion on the left and from the Infancy on the right, with eight pairs of scenes.
In expensive books, miniature cycles showed the 'Life of the Virgin' or the Passion (Christianity) in eight scenes decorating the eight 'Hours of the Virgin', and the Labours of the Months and signs of the zodiac decorating the calendar.
Throughout the day the Hours of the Virgin celebrate Mary as the instrument of the Incarnation and intercessor for man with God but they also incorporate into this a daily memorial of Christ's Passion in the appropriate verses of the hymn Patris Sapientia at each Canonical Hour.