- a baptismal liturgy
Examples of liturgy in a Sentence
studying the liturgies of different religions
He was studying Christian liturgy.
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Messages from priests during liturgies included political messages.
He was later ordained as a permanent deacon who assists at liturgies and presides at baptisms.
But Sao Geraldo Magela church, in Brazil, brought the liturgy into the 21st century on Easter Sunday — flying the eucharist up to the altar with a drone.
Meanwhile, the heirs of Hillel developed the synagogue, the liturgy and the Gemara (the hermeneutic analysis of the Mishnah with reference to the Torah and later rabbinic traditions).
Its adherents might squabble, but their differences lead them back, eventually, to a mutual inheritance: the words of Jesus in the Gospels, the lives of the saints, the rhythms of the liturgy, the catechism of the Church.
The funeral liturgy will be celebrated on Tuesday at 10 am directly at the Church of the Holy Family, 185 Church St., Hebron.
The liturgy of the Book of Common Prayer, Thomas Aquinas and the Desert Fathers all pop up throughout the book.
In the Communist liturgy, awarding medals is usually the prologue for a demotion and retirement.
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LITURGY Defined for English Language Learners
: a fixed set of ceremonies, words, etc., that are used during public worship in a religion
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