By Sr. Fidelis Splendor Paternae Gloriae The Office of Lauds, traditionally sung…

By Sr. Fidelis Splendor Paternae Gloriae The Office of Lauds, traditionally sung at dawn, is filled throughout with references to both the light and the #quot;Light.#quot; We take for granted that we can have light today at the flip of a switch, while in earlier centuries, they were dependent upon the light of day, and were attuned to the sun##039;s rising and setting, and the spiritual significance of these natural events. [ 218 more words. ]

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Gregorian Chant: The Eternal Song
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Gregorian Chant: The Eternal Song June 22, 2015 By Sr. Fidelis Splendor Paternae Gloriae The Office of Lauds, traditionally sung at dawn, is filled throughout with references to both the light and the “Light.”  We take for granted that we can have light today at the flip of a switch, while in earlie…

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