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  • In addition to Vespers, the Alleluias that may replace the psalm antiphons of the Liturgia at Office of Readings, Lauds, and the Little Hours are also included, along with the Antiphons at the Benedictus.

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  • Turning a corner and following an old hallway, suddenly we are at the doorway of the biblioteca, which contains hundreds of volumes of books, including the Libro de Antiphons or book of chants whose pages, Villanueva tells us, are goat skin and held together with glue made of pig skin.

    Guadalupe in Zacatecas: masterpieces of colonial art

  • New Liturgical Movement: Sing the O Antiphons skip to main | skip to sidebar

    Sing the O Antiphons

  • It is very natural for children to use the "O Antiphons" for their daily prayer at this time.

    O Antiphons

  • As a former seminarian who used to pray the Office daily, I love the O Antiphons.

    O Antiphons

  • Just yesterday I produced a short podcast episode on the O Antiphons.

    O Antiphons

  • Catholic Cuisine: O Antiphons skip to main skip to sidebar

    O Antiphons

  • I read about O Antiphons last year but never heard of them before that and did not find anything laid out like this!

    O Antiphons

  • For more information on this treasure of the Liturgy, see my earlier article The Great "O" Antiphons at O Night Divine.

    O Antiphons

  • Not only did your post touch on the meanings of the O Antiphons, but it also brought them "down-to-earth" noting family traditions and even making meal suggestions.

    O Antiphons

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