- n. the sacred writings of the Christian religions
“Responsory, or Respond, a series of verses and responses, usually taken from Holy Scripture and varying according to the feast or season.”
“Bible: that is the Holy Scripture of the Olde and New Testament faithfully and newly translated out of the Doutche and Latyn into”
“God and of Oneself "and the" Art of Governing, Drawn from the Words of Holy Scripture ", which appeared only after his death; the" Art of”
“Liège, professor of Holy Scripture at Pont-à-Mousson, and of moral theology at La Flèche.”
“Holy Scripture and, on his recovery, was appointed to lecture to his fellow-monks.”
“Prayer, manual labour and the study of Holy Scripture were his chief occupations, and we may safely suppose that his first literary works date from this time, for nearly all his earlier writings deal with ascetic and monastic subjects [cf. below Chrysostom writings: (1) "Opuscuia"].”
“Anthems in the words of Holy Scripture or of the Book of Common Prayer, may be sung before and after any Office in this Book, and also before and after Sermons.”
“He spent ten years in retouching this essay, and augmented it considerably by adding to the rules examples drawn from Holy Scripture and the Fathers, especially St. John”
“After their departure from Rome and at the request of Marcella, Jerome gave readings from Holy Scripture before the group of patrician women among whom St. Paula held a position of honour.”
“It is often called a gift or offering, even in Holy Scripture (cf. Gen., iv, 3-5; Matt., v, 23).”
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