What translation is used in the liturgy of the hours?

What translation is used in the liturgy of the hours?

Now, with the Liturgy of the Hours there is another complication because while the U.S. uses the ICEL version of the breviary, England uses a different translation. And so the hours in England are a completely different translation from what we have.

What is the latest version of the Liturgy of the Hours?

Liturgia Horarum
Two typical editions of the revised Liturgy of the Hours (Liturgia Horarum) according to the Roman Rite have been published by Rome. The current typical edition is the Liturgia Horarum, editio typica altera, promulgated in 1985 (printed between 1985 and 1987, and reprinted in 2000).

Which Bible translation is used at Catholic Mass?

Originally Answered: what bible version does the catholic church use in mass and readings? In the English-speaking world, it is the Jerusalem Bible translation, except for the US, where they use the New American Bible translation.

What is prime and terce?

Prime (early morning, the first hour of daylight, approximately 6 a.m.) Terce (third hour, 9 a.m.) Sext (sixth hour, noon) Nones (ninth hour, 3 p.m.) Vespers (sunset, approximately 6 p.m.)

Why do priests pray the Liturgy of the Hours?

The name Liturgy of the Hours was adopted in 1970 to emphasize that the purpose of prayer was to sanctify the whole day and every activity of daily life in the modern world. Lauds (morning prayer) and vespers (evening prayer) are given a clear priority, with the rest of the day structured around them.

What color does the priest wear on Good Friday?

Red. Red is symbolic of passion and blood. It is worn during the feasts of the martyrs, Good Friday, Palm Sunday, and the Pentecost. The Cardinals wear red as a symbol for their devotion to the church and the Pope.

What is vespers in Orthodox Church?

Vespers is a service of evening prayer, one of the canonical hours in Eastern Orthodox, Coptic orthodox, Roman Catholic and Eastern Catholic, Lutheran, and Anglican liturgies. Vespers typically follows a set order that focuses on the performance of psalms and other biblical canticles.

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