Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The sixty-seventh psalm: so called from its first words in the Latin version. It is used in the Anglican Church as a canticle alternate to the Nunc dimittis after the second lesson at Evening Prayer, except on the twelfth day of the month, because it then occurs as one of the appointed psalms for the day. In the American Prayer-book it was the leading canticle in this place till the Nunc dimittis was restored in 1886, and has, in turn, the Benedic, anima mea, as its alternate.
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