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Magnificat

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  1. Apr 26,  · Presented in a day-by-day format, the Magnificat App puts at your fingertips a treasury of beautiful prayers. Each day includes morning, evening, and night prayers inspired by the Liturgy of the Hours; readings and prayers of each daily Mass; daily meditations drawn from the best writings of the Church Fathers as well as recent spiritual masters; and essays on the lives of the saints from /5().
  2. The Magnificat. The Prayer Of Mary. My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord, my spirit rejoices in God my Savior for he has looked with favor on his lowly servant. From this day all generations will call me blessed: the Almighty has done great things for me, and holy is his Name.
  3. Welcome to your Magnificat App! Everyday, wherever you go, the MAGNIFICAT App puts at your fingertips a treasury of beautiful prayers. Each day includes the official texts of Mass, prayers for both morning and evening inspired by the Liturgy of the Hours, and meditations drawn from the best writings of both Church Fathers and more recent spiritual masters, with inspiring profiles of saints /5().
  4. MAGNIFICAT (Lc 1, ) P roclama mi alma la grandeza del Señor, se alegra mi espíritu en Dios, mi salvador; porque ha mirado la humillación de su esclava.
  5. The Magnificat My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord, my spirit rejoices in God my Savior, for he has looked with favor on his lowly servant.
  6. MAGNIFICAT: Proclama mi alma la grandeza del Señor, se alegra mi espíritu en Dios mi Salvador, porque ha mirado la humillación de su esclava.. Desde ahora me felicitarán todas las generaciones porque el Poderoso ha hecho obras grandes por mí.Su nombre es Santo y su misericordia llega a sus fieles de generación en generación.
  7. Mag·nif·i·cat (măg-nĭf′ĭ-kăt′) n. Christianity 1. The canticle beginning Magnificat anima mea Dominum ("My soul doth magnify the Lord"). 2. A musical setting of this canticle. [Middle English, from Medieval Latin, from Latin magnificat, it magnifies, third person sing. present tense of magnificāre, to magnify, extol; see magnify.] Magnificat.
  8. The title commonly given to the Latin text and vernacular translation of the Canticle (or Song) of Mary. It is the opening word of the Vulgate text (Luke ): "Magnificat anima mea, Dominum", etc.(My soul doth magnify the Lord, etc.). In ancient antiphonaries it was often styled Evangelium Mariæ, the "Gospel of Mary".In the Roman Breviary it is entitled (Vespers for Sunday) Canticum B.M.

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