- a baptismal liturgy
Examples of liturgy in a Sentence
studying the liturgies of different religions
He was studying Christian liturgy.
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Hale organized a tour for the Archdiocese of Detroit Choir under the direction of Joe Balistreri to sing for a papal liturgy two years ago at St. Peter's Bascilica.
Eat barbecue on July 1 after the liturgy at 10:15 a.m. Tickets cost $15 per person.
The couple has chosen a modern set of wedding vows, and the text of the formal parts of the service are taken from Common Worship, the Church of England's standard liturgy, first published in 2000.
He has been commissioned as a lay minister in liturgy and an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion.
Medieval massacres by Christians demanded a theology of martyrdom; the kaddish prayer for the deceased entered the Ashkenazi liturgy.
Yaquis danced and a priest gave the liturgy and then placed the artist’s cowboy hat on the pine coffin.
Messages from priests during liturgies included political messages.
He was later ordained as a permanent deacon who assists at liturgies and presides at baptisms.
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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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