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Magnificat

Updated: 21.10.2019 — 09:42

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  1. Magnificat High School is a strong, faith-based community that has a Mission to educate young women holistically to learn, lead and serve in the spirit of Mary’s Magnificat. If you would like to learn more about what sets Magnificat apart from other high schools, please call us to schedule a visit at
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    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().
  3. The Magnificat (Luke ) is the Virgin Mary's response to Elizabeth's greeting, glorifying God and thanking Him for choosing her to bear His Son. It is used in Vespers, the Evening Prayer of the Liturgy of the Hours, the daily prayers of the Catholic Church. We can incorporate it .
  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. From this day all generations will call me blessed: the Almighty has done great things for me, and holy is his Name.
  6. THE MAGNIFICAT IN MONTFORT SPIRITUALITY. In order to give adequate due to the Magnificat, we must go beyond particular experiences and points of view and beyond a merely partial understanding of the hymn. In particular, the hymn requires a scientific reading, close attention to the salvation story contained within it, and a clear-sighted.
  7. First Known Use of magnificat 13th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1a History and Etymology for magnificat Middle English, from Latin, magnifies, from magnificare to magnify; .
  8. Magnificat, also called Canticle of Mary or Ode of the Theotokos, in Christianity, the hymn of praise by Mary, the mother of Jesus, found in Luke – The Magnificat has been incorporated into the liturgical services of the Western churches (at vespers) and of the Eastern Orthodox churches (at the morning services).

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