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Matins consists either of three Nocturns (an Office of nine Lessons) or of one Nocturn (an Office of three Lessons).
And this is said whenever a Benediction is sought, both at Matins and elsewhere, at the reading of a Lesson: and the Benedictions of Matins are given in the Table below.
But in public recitation of the Office, it is not in accordance with the received custom to separate Matins from Lauds in Choir, except on Christmas, as directed in the Proper of Season.
www.breviary.net /ordinary/ordinmati.htm   (2399 words)

  Matins - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the modern Roman Liturgy, Matins, on account of its length, the position it occupies, and the matter of which it is composed, may be considered as the most important office of the day, and for the variety and richness of its elements the most remarkable.
The two most characteristic features of the Benedictine Matins are: the Canticles of the third Nocturn, which are not found in the Roman Liturgy, and the Gospel, which is sung solemnly at the end, the latter trait, as already pointed out, being very ancient.
From the foregoing it is clear that Matins remains the principal Office of the Church, and the one which, in its origin, dates back the farthest, as far as the Apostolic ages, as far even as the very inception of the Church.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Matins   (2184 words)

 Canonical hours - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The practice of observing canonical hours are maintained by many Churches, including the Catholic and Orthodox Churches, and the Anglican communion.
The office of Prime was abolished, and the character of Matins changed so that it could be used at any time of the day as an office of Scriptural and hagiographical readings.
In many churches, it is common on Sunday mornings to read the third and sixth hour prayers prior to the Divine Liturgy.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Canonical_hours   (2541 words)

 Amazon.com: Matins for the Virgin of Guadeloupe: Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Matins for the Virgin of Guadalupe Vidi speciosam sicut columbam, Responsory
Matins for the Virgin of Guadalupe Interlude: Albricias mortales
Matins for the Virgin of Guadalupe Signum magnum apparuit in caelo, Responsory
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 Beer Styles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Matins came about as a consequence of deciding to "brew a beer from muesli," deeming it suitable for the sort of liquid breakfast that ought to find its way onto the set of Red Dwarf or Men Behaving Badly.
Matins is easily digestible it also makes a light refreshing drink at ANY hour.
Matins was the first label to feature the ruined abbey motif.
www.abbeydalebrewery.co.uk /beer/beers/matins.shtml   (316 words)

 Matins & Lauds for the Feast of the Assumption | Ourmedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Matins and Lauds for the Feast of the Assumption
Matins and Lauds for the Feast of the Assumption
Matins & Lauds for the Feast of the Assumption
www.ourmedia.org /node/42702   (86 words)

 What is Matins?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Music is the art which enables the unifying of individual talents through the common bond of expression; so that the choir's message can be shared, translated and communicated to the hearts and minds of all who hear -- both in Plymouth Church and beyond -- for their personal experience and inspiration.
Matins strives to build security by establishing and deepening relationships, and provides the opportunity to meet and come to know people on different levels.
At the same time, Matins promotes the discovery of the many similarities in human qualities and values, thereby building trust, and helping to build and restore faith in the potential of humanity.
www.plymouthchurch.com /outreach/whatismatins.htm   (342 words)

 Chant   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Matins has the same four themes as does Vespers, however the order is reversed: End Times, Covenant with God, Fall of Man, and Creation.
And, because there is a mix of fixed and moveable elements that effect the calendar, the same feast may have a different Tone or Eothina defined for the day it is commemorated in a subsequent year.
In addition, if a fixed feast were to fall in one of the movable feast periods (e.g., The Feast of the Three Hierarchs could occur during the Triodion period) both the fixed and movable feast would have an effect on the nature of the service.
www.stjohnorinda.org /chant.htm   (2222 words)

 Matins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
MATINS: The office which, with its complement Lauds (q.v.), forms the nocturnal part of the Breviary (q.v.), and in length amounts to about one-half of that for the whole day.
Before the Reformation, matins, like vespers, was frequently a public service attended by the laity, so that some account was early taken of it in the reorganization of worship.
Luther wished to retain matins and vespers, and saw no need of making radical changes in them, since they were mainly taken from Scripture.
www.ccel.org /s/schaff/encyc/encyc07/htm/ii.x.ii.htm   (508 words)

 The Anglican Breviary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Yet, to the end that more persons may find themselves both moved and able to recite the Office, it is entirely permissible to move the periods of recitation to conform to the realities of modern life.
In such case, Matins and Lauds may be said in the morning, with the Lesser Hours conveniently distributed throughout the day.
In addition, the Matins homilies and readings from the Church Fathers may be used at Morning or Evening Prayer, or provide the subject for private meditation.
www.anglicanbreviary.com /office.html   (767 words)

 MATINS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Matins is the morning prayer service in the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox liturgies of the canonical hours.
More recently, Matins has been suppressed in the Catholic Church with the hour of Lauds taking its place.
It is licensed under the GNU free documentation license.
www.yotor.org /wiki/en/ma/Matins.htm   (67 words)

 Paschal Matins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
At the time of the 6th Ode of the canon, there is a censing of the Winding-sheet; at the 9th Ode, the Winding-sheet is taken into the sanctuary and placed on the holy table.
Toward the hour of Matins, the para-ecclesiarch, having received the blessing of the celebrant, goes out and tolIs the great belI for some time.
At the Ainos, the stichera of the Resurrection and the Paschal stichera with their refrains, as indicated for Sunday Matins.
www.sspeterpaul.org /pmatins.htm   (2151 words)

 OCA - The Orthodox Faith
The Matins service of the Church unites the elements of morning psalmody and prayer with meditation on the Biblical canticles, the Gospel reading, and the particular theme of the day in the given verses and hymns.
Sometimes, particularly in churches of the Russian tradition, the matins and the vesper services are combined to form a long vigil service.
The faithful partake of the blessed fold and are anointed with the oil as a sign of God's mercy and grace.
www.oca.org /OCchapter.asp?SID=2&ID=62   (323 words)

 ‘Tous les Matins du Monde’ (NR)
An ode to a baroque cellist, "Tous les Matins du Monde" also mourns the world of sounds lost to the clatter of civilization.
Alain Corneau, who won a French Oscar for directing "Tous les Matins du Monde," brings a painter's eye and sense of composition to this tastefully somber film.
His spare and exacting canvas seems the ideal backdrop for the baroque score conducted by Jordi Savall, just as Sainte Colombe's obsessive puritanism made such a fine foil for the absurdly beribboned opulence of Louis' court.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-srv/style/longterm/movies/videos/touslesmatinsdumondenrkempley_a0a34d.htm   (739 words)

 Matins for Sundays and Feasts
This translation of the office of Matins for Sundays and Feasts contains the complete text of the common of the office, with the exception of the Kathismata of the Psalter and the verses of the Biblical Canticles, since these are rarely used except in monasteries.
The rubric that the priest should come out to read the Matins prayers during the Six Psalms at the beginning of the 5th Psalm rather than the 4th is, in fact, what the Typikon of St Savvas directs, and it is still the practice of some monasteries.
When Matins is celebrated in full it is not normal for the deacon to vest until the Anavathmi, the priest saying all the preceding litanies himself.
web.ukonline.co.uk /ephrem/mat-sun.htm   (16045 words)

 The Canonical Hours   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Matins, called "Orthros" in the Eastern Churches, includes the three Nocturnes that once belonged to Vigils.
The sunrise office known as "Matins" has been transformed into the "Office of Readings" which can be said at any time of the day.
The word means "The Praises." Matins and Lauds were originally one, single office sung at dawn.
www.kensmen.com /catholic/hours.html   (698 words)

 Tous les Matins de Monde (All the Mornings of the World)
The reason that happens so often is the actors are given minimal training; they expect they'll touch a trumpet's pistons at random and it'll look believable.
The interiors and costumes look stunning, recreating 1600's France in a great way because the weak lighting and a great use of shadows during that period is highlighted.
Tous Le Matin Du Monde is not only a beautiful story about love and music, but also a great experience for the eyes and the ears.
www.metalasylum.com /ragingbull/movies/matins.html   (1403 words)

Benedict (sixth century) in his description of the Divine Office, always refers to Vigils as the Night Office, whilst that of day-break he calls Matins, Lauds being the last three psalms of that office (Regula, cap.
In the Mozarabic Liturgy (q.v.), on the contrary, Matins are made up of a system of Antiphons, Collects, and Versicles which make them quite a departure from the Roman system.
Hence the importance of the Easter Vigil, which would thus have become the model or prototype of the other Saturday Vigils, and incidentally of all the nightly Vigils.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/10050a.htm   (1983 words)

 Fol. 170r - The Murthly Hours   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The opening of the hour of Matins is marked by a historiated initial and a scene in the lower margin (or bas-de-page).
The subjects chosen for Matins of the Office of the Dead are firstly, in the lower margin, a funeral procession probably from the church to the graveyard and secondly, in the initial, the burial service over the grave.
The artist belongs to the 'Cholet Group' of Parisian illuminators.
www.nls.uk /digitallibrary/murthly/folios/F170r.htm   (130 words)

 Welcome to the 419 Eater   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
A scammer based in Ghana by the name of Matins Davis initially contacts scambaiter A. Skinner, posing as Mr.
It was a standard 419 type letter "I have millions to invest in your country" etc. A skinner then replied to the scammer, a Mr.
Matins Davis, pretending to mistake him for a scammer that he had already been dealing with.
www.419eater.com /html/martins_davis.htm   (1261 words)

 Order of Matins in the Sarum Rite   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Spiritually, Matins represents the joy and dawning light of the New Testament in Christ, the fulfillment of the promise made to Adam and Eve and their descendants, the redemption, the conquering of death and sin--it is quite a joyful Office and has the most instructive materials in it.
A brief note on the ceremonial of Matins: The psalms are chanted from side to side, but the lessons and responsories are chanted from an eagle-shaped stand in the centre.
Reverences are appointed at many junctures, but a general rule is: at each Glory be, at each refrain of the invitatorium, at the beginning of every psalm, at the Our Fathers, before and after each lesson, before and after each responsory and at the verses/repeats of each responsory, and at each Collect.
www.odox.net /Liturgy3-Sarum.htm   (1102 words)

 Amazon.com: Tous les matins du monde / Jordi Savall (1991 film): Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Tous Les Matins Du Monde: Gavotte du Tendre
Tous Les Matins Du Monde: Une jeune fillette
Whether or not you saw the film Tous les matins du monde, you owe it to yourself to either discover or revisit its soundtrack, which features the music of two great figures of 17th-century France: Saint Colombe and his pupil Marin Marais.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B000005WDQ?v=glance   (1553 words)

 Matins for the Departed
The arrangement of Matins forthe Repose of those o have fallen asleep is as prescribed for Daily Matinsand or Matins in the Holy and Great 40-day Fast.
After this the priest goes back to the sanctuary and closesthe holy doors.
Matins for the departedcustomarily is celebrated on Saturday, and therefore, there are no prostrations.
biserica.org /Publicatii/ServiceBook/OTmatins.htm   (352 words)

 Matins -Index Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Matins Choir is a youth choral group which is sponsored by Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ.
The choir is comprised of students from the eighth through twelfth grades, and is organized into two choirs: the Junior Matins Choir (8 - 9) and the Senior Matins Choir (10 - 12), both of which function separately yet take part in joint activities.
Regardless of singing ability or religious affiliation, all are welcome to join Matins.
www.plymouthchurch.com /outreach/matins_index.htm   (75 words)

 HTC: Cathedral Kiosk
The ordinary of Matins Hours and Vespers for parish use.
Text of Vespers and Matins for Sunday in the eight tones.
Vigil (Vespers and Matins) of the Resurrection sung on Saturday evening.
www.holy-trinity.org /about/kiosk.html   (378 words)

 La Trobe University - Library: Medieval Music Database - Annual cycle of feasts of liturgical chant, liturgical ...
From Hec urbs in fauce gothica St. Severus of Agde, Matins, Antiphon 9
To Hic vir magne in christo St. Ambrosius of Milan, Matins, Responsory 1
To Hinc intravit civitatem St. Laurencius of Siponto, Matins, Verse 3
www.lib.latrobe.edu.au /MMDB/Alist/AlistH.htm   (581 words)

 Tous les matins du monde
The title comes from a sentence in the novel: "Tous les matins du monde sont sans retour," meaning literally "all the mornings of the world [leave] without [ever] returning." It can be translated as "Each day dawns but once."
We have only few pieces of information on Sainte-Colombe, although they are enough to place him as one of the most important figures of the French bass viol school.
It has appeared in an English translation which includes explanatory and historical footnotes that even I, a specialist in the viola da gamba of the period, found useful (The footnotes are better than the translation, IMHO.
www.medieval.org /emfaq/misc/tlmdm.htm   (2291 words)

 Review: Tous les Matins du Monde   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Tous Les Matins du Monde presents a fictionalized account of the lives of the 17th century French musician-composer Sainte Colombe (Jean-Pierre Marielle) and his brilliant, flamboyant student, Marin Marais (played as a young man by Guillaume Depardieu and as an older man by Gerard Depardieu).
The story begins with the death of Sainte Colombe's beloved wife and progresses onward as he tries to be the best father he can to his two daughters.
Tous Les Matins du Monde is a tale of ego, passion, and the clash between the desire for fame and the pursuit of true art.
movie-reviews.colossus.net /movies/t/tous_les.html   (478 words)

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