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Canticle: I Will Give Thanks

The Canticle “I Will Give Thanks” (Confiteor Tibi) is taken from Isaiah 12:1-6. In the 1979 Book of Common Prayer it was called The First Song of Isaiah, 369 more words

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Canticle: The Song of the Three Holy Children

The Song of the Three Holy Children or Benedicte is a canticle taken from the book of Daniel in the Apocrypha. (The Greek translation of Daniel contained material not in the original Hebrew.) In the Greek version after Daniel 3:23, the three children, Shadrach, Meshack and Abednego  recite or sing this song as they stand in the flames of Nebuchadnezzar’s fiery furnace. 355 more words

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Canticle: Christ Suffered for You (A Song of Christ the Servant)

The canticle Christ Suffered for You (A Song of Christ the Servant) is used in the Roman Liturgy of the Hours in later Evening Prayer on Sundays in Lent. 142 more words

Evening Prayers

Canticle: Alleluia! Salvation and Glory (A Song of the Lamb)

The canticle Alleluia! Salvation and Glory (A Song of the Lamb) is used in the Roman Liturgy of the Hours in Evening Prayer on Sundays. 150 more words

Evening Prayers

Canticle: Though He Was in the Form of God (The Song of Christ's Glory)

The canticle Though He Was in the Form of God (The Song of Christ’s Glory) was used in the Roman Liturgy of the Hours in Evening Prayer on Saturdays. 170 more words

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Choral Evensong; osteopathy for the soul

Backs take a lot of punishment.  Bad sitting, too much standing, incorrect lifting, all take their toll.  The stresses and strains we carry work their way out in the tension in muscles and joints.   474 more words

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