Aliturgical
Aliturgical Al`i*tur"gic*al, a. [Pref. a- + liturgical.] (Eccl.) Applied to those days when the holy sacrifice is not offered. --Shipley. [1913 Webster] ||

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  • aliturgical — /ay li terr ji keuhl/, adj. designating those days on which the celebration of certain liturgies, esp. the Eucharist, is forbidden. Also, aliturgic. [1870 75; A 6 + LITURGICAL] * * * …   Universalium

  • aliturgical — ali·tur·gi·cal …   English syllables

  • aliturgical — adjective see aliturgic * * * /ay li terr ji keuhl/, adj. designating those days on which the celebration of certain liturgies, esp. the Eucharist, is forbidden. Also, aliturgic. [1870 75; A 6 + LITURGICAL] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Aliturgical Days — • Those days on which the liturgy , i.e. the Holy Sacrifice of the Eucharist, is not allowed to be celebrated Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Aliturgical Days     Aliturgical Days …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Aliturgical Days — are days in the Roman Catholic liturgical calendar when Mass is not celebrated. [CathEncy|wstitle=Aliturgical Days] References …   Wikipedia

  • Holy Week — • The week which precedes the great festival of the Resurrection on Easter Sunday, and which consequently is used to commemorate the Passion of Christ, and the event which immediately led up to it Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Holy… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • The Rite of Constantinople (Byzantine Rite) —     The Rite of Constantinople     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Rite of Constantinople     (Also BYZANTINE RITE.)     The Liturgies, Divine Office, forms for the administration of sacraments and for various blessings, sacramentals, and exorcisms …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Synaxis — • Means gathering, assembly, reunion. It is exactly equivalent to the Latin collecta (from colligere), and corresponds to synagogue (synagoge), the place of reunion Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Synaxis     Synaxis …   Catholic encyclopedia

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