Remesiana

On enefit f salmody

Niceta Remesiana On enefit f salmody transl. James Kinnon Niceta was d ishop of Remesiana ­ day a, erbia) 0. I some, not nly in our region but in the East, who onsider the singing of psalms nd ymns to s that is barely ppropriate to vine religion; consider it enough a m the heart, and frivolous ...

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dr Vladimir P

dr Vladimir P. Petrović naučni -saradnik 2000 • Uma inscrição romana tardia pagã de Remesiana (Província de Dácia Mediterrânea), Phoînix 2000, UFRJ, Laboratorio de História Antiga, Rio de Janeiro 2000, 346-359.

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An examination of fourth-century Christian attitudes to music

6 as well, and the Thebans, Palestinians, Arabians, Phoenicians, Syrians, and those who live near the Euphrates; and indeed all those among whom vigils, prayers, and common psalmody are esteemed. ' 6 The dangers of music At thebe ginning of his sermon' De utilitatehymnorum 'Nicetaof Remesiana notes, 'that ...

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An Analysis of the Ancient Church Fathers on Instrumental Music

The Fathers of the Church, trans. Gerald Walsh (New York: Fathers of the Church Inc, 1949), 71. 60 Niceta of Remesiana, " e utilitate hymnorum," in eferrari, Fathers of the Church, 68. 61 Cyril of Alexandria, "Lexicon," in Werner, Sacred Bridge, 318.

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An Analysis of Te Deum Laudamus, Op.311 by Zdeněk Lukáš

Ambrose, Augustine, or Hilary, it is now accredited to Nicetas, Bishop of Remesiana (4th century). It is used at the conclusion of the Office of the Readings for the Liturgy of the Hours on Sundays outside Lent, daily during the Octaves of Christmas and Easter, and on Solemnities and Feast Days.

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Though its authorship is traditionally ascribed to Saints Ambrose and Augustine, on the occasion of the latter's baptism by the former in AD 387, contemporary scholars doubt this attribution, many assigning it to Nicetas, bishop of Remesiana in the late 4th to early 5th centuries.

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Hieromartyr Nicetas of Remesiana (414-420). Martyr Nicetas the Dacian (370-372). St. Grigorie Dascalu, Metropolitan of Walachia (Romania). Hebrews 11:33-12:2 (Epistle) Traveling this Summer?

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THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO LUKE

... Elisabel], and ms. 1* of the seventh or eighth century [Elisabeth]), and three patristic writers (Irenaeus in his Against Heresies iv.vii.1 according to the Armenian translation and certain manuscripts of the Latin translation [but in iii.x.1 all manuscripts read Mary]; Niceta, bishop of Remesiana ...

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ILLYRICUM IN CHRISTIAN LITERATURE UNTIL THE FALL OF THE ROMAN ...

By the end of the 4th century there were a few new Christian communities founded in Illyricum, some of them being Serdica (Sophia) , Naissus (Niš) , Remesiana (Be la Palanka) , Viminacium (Stari Kostolac near Požarevac) , Singidunum (Belgrade) , Mursa (Osijek) and Sabaria (Szombathely) and probably ...

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clement of alexandria, cyprian of carthage, ambrose of milan, ambrose of milan or bishop niceta of remesiana, aurelius clemens prudentius, and st.

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