Lectionary [noun]

Definition of Lectionary:

book holding prayers

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Sentence/Example of Lectionary:

In the lectionary of this Sunday occurred the Bible text, “Thou fool, this night thy soul shall be required of thee.”

I do not forget that some modifications in detail, as to the Lectionary, are quite recent.

That the New Lectionary omits a good deal of what used to be read publicly in church is not a thing to be lamented.

The Lectionary mentioned on p. 120 was written and signed by a monastic scribe called Sifer Was.

The phenomenon is even of perpetual recurrence in the Lectionary of the East,—as will be found explained below.